a subsidiary of Hamilton Sundstrand Corporation, today announced the scheduled shipment of the first production run of centrifugal sealless magnetic drive pumps from its new factory in Tianjin, China.
What does MDP stand for?
MDP stands for Magnetic Drive Pump
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A magnetic drive pump can also be fitted as an option.
The DB Series premium magnetic drive pump line operates with high efficiency and has broad hydraulic coverage.
You should consider specifying bellows-type valves and seal-less magnetic drive pumps.
a subsidiary of Hamilton Sundstrand, recently began shipments of select sealless magnetic drive pumps featuring the new ZeroLoss containment shell.
For transfer duties, Pulsafeeder offers gear pumps, regenerative turbine pumps, single and multiple stage centrifugal pumps, seal-less magnetic drive pumps and sliding vane pumps.
Write In 177 - Or Reply Online Magnetic Drive Pump for demanding applications The MDM range of chemical-process pumps is designed to solve the most demanding chemical handling applications.
Sundyne manufactures and distributes a family of reliable products including heavy duty ISO 13709/API 610 integrally geared centrifugal low-flow high-head pumps; direct drive and multi-stage pumps; sealless magnetic drive pumps that meet API-685, ANSI and ISO standards; and, high-speed multi-stage integrally geared compressors that meet API-617 standards for hydrocarbon and chemical processing, power generation, water management, and general industries.