How does a Mag pump work?

How does a Mag pump work?

Mag Drive pumps are seal-less pumps that use the technology of a drive magnet and inner magnet connected to an impeller to move fluid through the pump. The drive magnet and inner magnet are separated by a rear casing or housing, creating a seal-less containment.

What is a dynamic pump?

6 days ago
A dynamic pump is a type of pump that delivers kinetic energy to the working fluid and increases the fluid velocity as it passes through the impeller and, then transforms this increased velocity into pressure. A dynamic pump is also known as a kinetic pump because it pumps the fluid by providing kinetic energy.

What are magnetic drive pumps used for?

Magnetic drive pumps are typically used where leakage of the pumped liquid poses a great risk such as with aggressive or risky liquids, exotic materials, acids, alkalis, corrosives, pollutants and toxics. They are also used for ultra-pure liquids and hard-to-seal liquids.

What are the two types of dynamic pumps?

Dynamic pumps are classified into different types but some of them are discussed below like Centrifugal, Vertical centrifugal, Horizontal centrifugal, Submersible, and Fire hydrant systems.

What is magnetic coupling pump?

A magnetic coupling can be used to transfer power to centrifugal pumps. It consists of a primary part which is rigidly connected to the motor shaft, and a secondary part which is arranged on a shaft (see Pump shaft) together with the impeller. Both the primary and the secondary parts are fitted with permanent magnets.

What is magnetic coupled pump?

Magnetically coupled pumps are a combination of conventional pump hydraulics with a permanent-magnetic drive system and a three-phase motor. This system uses the attraction and repulsion forces between permanent magnets in both coupling halves for contactless and slip-free torque transmission.

What is difference between positive displacement pump and dynamic pump?

Positive displacement pumps are used based on their ability to handle high viscosity fluid at high pressure. it can also handle relatively low flows because its efficiency is not affected by pressure. this pump can handle more difficult conditions where dynamic pumps may fail.

Are dynamic pumps self priming?

The self priming pump mixes the air with the recirculating water in the casing. The air separates from the liquid and is discharged from the casing. When all the air in the suction line has been displaced, the pump is dynamic and delivers flow like any other centrifugal pump.

Where are dynamic pumps used?

Applications of Dynamic Pump

  1. Dynamic pumps are used for water supply.
  2. These pumps are widely using for pumping crude oil.
  3. They operate in the chemical industry.
  4. They use for commercial and household applications.
  5. These pumps use in the food industry.
  6. These pumps widely used in fire protection industries.

What are the main types of pumps?

Centrifugal Pumps

Axial Flow Pump Also known as a propeller pump, it produces water flow along the impeller shaft direction. High flow rate Low pressure
Radial Flow Pump This pump type produces flow in a direction perpendicular to the shaft (90° angle). Low flow rate High pressure

What is sealless pump?

A sealless mag drive pump is a conventional centrifugal pump without the dynamic seal that would normally be used to seal the pump shaft. This dynamic seal is replaced by a static containment shell to form a completely sealed liquid end or pressure boundary.

What is a magnetic couple?

Magnetic Couple. The couple of magnetic force which tends to bring the magnetic needle into the plane of the magnetic meridian. One force is represented by the imaginary pull upon the north pole, and the other by the opposite pull upon the south pole of the needle.

How do magnetic drive pumps work?

Magnetic drive pumps use magnets to generate movement. These magnets are mounted on a carrier or drive assembly and are driven by a standard electric motor. For dynamic pumps, this drive assembly typically moves an impeller; for positive displacement pumps, it moves a mechanism which expands and contracts a cavity.

How does a dynamic pump work?

For dynamic pumps, this drive assembly typically moves an impeller; for positive displacement pumps, it moves a mechanism which expands and contracts a cavity. The drive assembly consists of two separate rings of permanent magnets. The outer set moves the inner set via a rotating magnetic field, which in turn drives the pumping mechanism.

What is a magnetically coupled drive pump?

Magnetic drive pumps, also known as magnetically coupled pumps, vary from the traditional pumping style because the electric motor (the driver) is coupled to the pump by magnetic means rather than by a direct mechanical shaft. The pump works via a drive magnet that eliminates any shaft sealing required by the pump.

What happens if you put liquid in a magnetic drive pump?

Liquids containing ferrous particles are problematic in a magnetic drive pump because the particles collect on the magnet and can cause the pump to weaken and even stop working over time.

Begin typing your search term above and press enter to search. Press ESC to cancel.

Back To Top