The TEXEL magnetic pump is the most innovative solution for the industrial pumping of aggressive fluids and ultrapure liquids, even at high temperatures.
How does a magnetic drive pump work?
This type of pump, as the name indicates, is driven by the physical and mechanical forces generated by magnets. In practice, a magnet bonded to the drive shaft of the pump interacts with a magnet mounted to the impeller, which rotates without being in contact with the drive shaft; in other words, the pump is driven magnetically. This system has numerous advantages. In particular, thanks to an exclusive configuration without mechanical seals, the pump completely eliminates pumped fluid leaks and hence pollution of the environment. They are also characterised by robust construction, high flow rates, low power consumption and very low vibration.
Magnetic drive pumps: models and characteristics
The pumps are available in a wide range of models and materials, from models made with parts moulded in G-PP (glass fibre reinforced polypropylene) and PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride), to metal casing pumps with ETFE (ethylene tetrafluoroethylene) coating. The top of the range, in this segment, is the series made with heavy duty virgin PFA (perfluoroalkoxy alkane), which offers exceptional chemical resistance, low permeability and excellent resistance to high temperatures.