The Gemmecotti HTT-SP Series Regenerative Turbine Magnetic Drive Pump is a self-priming, thermoplastic magnetically coupled pump typically used for transferring high corrosive liquids, toxic, noxious and carcinogenic liquids. As standard, the HTTP-SP magnetic drive pump is designed from solid PP blocks and an impeller in PVDF plastics to ensure a robust structure for maximum chemical resistance. In addition, the impeller in PVDF is self-balanced to eliminate thrust bearing wear, and it is separate to minimise the maintenance costs of the mag drive turbine pump.
The HTT-SP magnetically coupled pump series can self-prime over 5m with water at ambient temperature and handle fluids containing up to 20% entrained gas, making it ideal for chemical, petrochemical, and even food processing applications where a self-priming pump is required. Thanks to the innovative design of the Gemmecotti turbine magnetic drive pumps, there is no direct connection between the electric motor shaft and the impeller, meaning no wearing mechanical seals are needed, and the risk of leakage is eliminated. The sealing of the regenerative turbine pump is upheld by a magnetic coupling, which removes the requirement of a mechanical seal and consequently removes the risk of corrosive fluids leaking. This magnetic drive pump also benefits from a smooth operation, less noise and wear, meaning the HTT-SP turbine pump series has efficient pump operation, cost-efficient maintenance, long service life and is a preferable chemical pump solution.
Features of the HTT-SP Mag Drive Pump:
- Self-priming thermoplastic magnetic coupling pump
- Suitable for highly corrosive liquids
- Machined from solid block plastic
- Strong and robust structure
- Can handle fluids containing up to 20% entrained gas
- High torque magnetic coupling as standard
- Low maintenance costs
- 230V, Three phases 50hz / 60hz motors available.
- ANSI 150 Flanges and baseplate available on request.
- HTT-SP 5000 - Max Flow 4.5 m³h. Max head 20M. 0.75/1.1Kw, 50-60Hz motor.
- HTT-SP 7000 - Max Flow 5 m³h. Max head 22M. 1.1/1.5/2.2Kw, 50-60Hz motor.
- HTT-SP 9000 - Max Flow 6 m³h. Max head 24M. 2.2/3Kw, 50-60Hz motor.
The Gemmecotti HTT-SP magnetic drive pump range is a regenerative turbine pump designed for chemical, petrochemical, and even food processing applications where a self-priming pump is required. Thanks to its design benefits, this mag drive pump series is a preferable chemical transfer pump option for highly corrosive, toxic, noxious and carcinogenic liquids and fluids containing up to 20% entrained gas.
- Leak-proof design: The magnetically coupled design eliminates the risk of fluid leakage. As a result, there isn't any risk of wasting expensive products or leakage of hazardous fluids.
- Reliable design: The HTT-SP series of mag drive pumps have a simple design, which makes them extremely reliable pumping solutions that provide cost-effective maintenance and have a longer service life
- Low maintenance: By eliminating the seals, this range of magnetically coupled pumps also gets rid of associated friction loss, wear and noise, meaning efficient pump operation and saving money on spare part costs. Also, the impeller of the HTT-SP series is self-balanced to eliminate thrust bearing wear, and it is separate to minimise the maintenance costs.
- Magnetic coupling: This magnetic drive pump requires no need for motor/pump alignment procedures due to being magnetically coupled.
- Efficient operation: The HTT-SP turbine pump series can self-prime over 5m with water at ambient temperature and handle fluids containing up to 20% entrained gas.
The HTT-SP mag drive pump is designed with maximum safety in mind and provide an efficient and reliable operation even for transferring fluids containing up to 20% entrained gas. In addition, the magnetically coupled pump series has a sealless design and high chemical resistance, making it an ideal pumping solution for highly corrosive applications.
- High corrosive liquids
- Toxic, noxious and carcinogenic liquids
- Chemical and petrochemical
- Paper mills
- Textile industry,
- Food processing
- Water treatment plants