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Magnetic drive, self-priming centrifugal pump range is extended

14 January 2011

The Finish Thompson SP series of magnetic drive, self-priming centrifugal pumps has been extended following the addition of two new models, the SP10 and SP22, which provide maximum flow rates/discharge heads of 12m3/h/13m and 45m3/h37m respectively. Available from Michael smith Engineers, FTI SP pumps offer high performance and corrosion resistance.

SP pumps combine deep lift capabilities (up to 7.6m) and fast priming (5.5ms in 90s) with the advantages of magnetic drive technology, including no seals, no leaks and the capability to run-dry without damage. These pumps are also capable of handling fluids with high specific gravities up to 1.8, such as sulphuric acid, phosphoric acid and sodium and potassium hydroxide. Reliable, low-maintenance and safe operation is also assured thanks to the magnetic drive technology.

The pumps are available in a choice of polypropylene or PVDF, and maximum operating temperatures are 82°C for the polypropylene version and 104°C for the PVDF version.
SP Series pumps can be mounted to most standard motors. Meanwhile, NPT or BSP threads, adjustable flanges or union connections facilitate easy connection to most process systems. 

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