Magnetic Drive Pumps
Magnetic drive centrifugal pump operation is similar to a standard centrifugal pump except the motor shaft seal is removed resulting in the elimination of leaks caused by shaft seal failure. Magnetic drive centrifugal pumps must be used where flooded suction conditions exist.
GRI specializes in the custom design and manufacturing of fluid pumps for the OEM market. The chart below is a general overview of GRI’s Magnetic Drive Pumps. If you do not find a pump that meets your exact requirements, our dedicated Sales Team will work with you to create a solution specific to your application - whether it is customizing an existing pump or designing new.
Typical OEM Applications include, but are not limited to:
Fluid circulation, glycol, water
Chillers and coolers, coolant
Alternative Power Units
Recreational Vehicles and Public Transit
Alternative energy, Fuel Cells
Thermal heating and cooling
Printing and Imaging
Flow Rates: Range to 35 gpm (132 lpm).
Max. Discharge Head: Range to 70 feet (21.3 m).
Max. Fluid Temperature: Up to 203°F (95°C). Consult GRI for higher fluid temperature needs.
Motors: All motors, except the 15651 series and 18650 series motors which use sleeve bearings, have sealed electric motor grade ball bearings, are thermally protected, class B insulated, and continuous duty rated. Most pumps available with AC or DC motors.
No shaft seals
Low current draw and heat rise
Flexible mounting and body discharge positions
NSF certified models available