1U-MD Mag Drive Pump
|Max Flow||3 GPM||11.4 LPM||2.4 GPM||9 LPM|
|Max Head||4.6 FT||1.4 M||3.3 FT||1 M|
|Power||.005 HP||.003 KW||.005 HP||.003 KW|
|Electrical||115V 50/60HZ or 230V 50/60HZ|
|Type||Centrifugal Mag Drive|
|Wet End||Polypropylene (Rear Housing, Impeller), Buna N (O-Ring), Cycolac (Cover), Carbon/Teflon (Thrust Washer), Delrin (Screen), 316 Stainless Steel (Shaft),|
|When submerged, the following is also in contact with the solution||Epoxy, Noryl, Cycolac, Delrin, SJT Cord|
Housings: Polypropylene or Carbon Filled Kynar
O-Ring: Buna N, Viton, Teflon, or Ethylene Propylene
Shaft: Ceramic or 316 Stainless Steel
Impeller: Nylon or Carbon Filled Kynar
Stainless Steel Base Available
March Pump's industrial 1U-MD is an American submersible seal-less centrifugal magnetic drive pump. It is capable of generating a maximum flow of 2.3 gallons per minute at 0.25 feet, and its maximum head is 4.5 Feet (or around 2PSI). The 1U-MD pump must be used submerged. The standard wet end (the materials that come into contact with the solution) is composed of Polypropylene, Buna N, Carbon/Teflon, Stainless Steel, Cycolac, and Delrin. When submerged, Epoxy, Noryl, Cycolac, and the SJT Cord are also in contact with the solution. The inlet connection is a screen, and the outlet is 1/4 inch male pipe thread. The standard motor is a 1 Phase 115V or 230V 0.005 Horsepower motor, which can be run on either 50 or 60 hertz (there are performance differences between the hertz options). The maximum internal pressure the pump can tolerate is 50PSI, and the maximum liquid temperature is 190 Fahrenheit or 160 Celsius in open air, or 87 Fahrenheit or 71 Celsius if submerged. The March 1U-MD centrifugal magnetic drive pump is capable of handling fresh water, salt water, and mild chemicals. To determine if the March 1U-MD is suitable for your application, please contact March Pump.
Perfect for Applications Including
Applications for the 1U-MD Magnetic Drive Pump include chemical transfer, photographic processing equipment, refrigeration systems, and water displays.