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Chemical handling pump
Chemical industries, with their variety of demanding processes, often require pumps with increased safety, reliability and flexibility. CM mag drive pumps have been developed putting these topics first. Today MUNSCH mag drive pumps are also being found in many industrial applications like environmental industries, chlorine production as well as electrolysis and electro plating plants where operators have a major focus on reliability and safety.
The CM pumps, CM Series standardized pump with dimensions to EN 22858/ISO 2858/ISO 5199 or CM-B close-coupled pump with casing dimensions to EN 22858/ISO 2858; complemented by size 40-25-125 and 40-25-160 pumps.
Numerically optimized hydraulics
The fluid dynamics of Munsch pumps are calculated, visualized and optimized using the latest numerical techniques (Computational Fluid Dynamics). The result is a hydraulic design with a virtually ideal flow profile.
The throttling passage between the casing cover and the rotating seal ring minimizes flushing medium consumption.
Reduced lifecycle cost
The numerically optimized hydraulic design is a key factor in minimizing the lifecycle costs of MUNSCH pumps. Capital and maintenance costs are reduced through the selection of the best suited hydraulic design and optimum motor sizes. Smaller cable cross-sections and lower-rated motor breakers keep down installation costs. The high pump efficiencies directly translate into energy savings.
The pump adapts to the task at hand – impeller designs
Munsch has the right impeller design for your specific pumping application. Wear, suction behaviour and efficiency are key factors determining the choice of the impeller. The right combination of impeller (hydraulics), material and shaft seal is all-decisive for a successful pump design and long service lives. Munsch pumps are available with closed, semi-open and vortex impellers.