BC-4C-MD-AM Magnetically Coupled Pump
|Max Flow||18 GPM||68 LPM|
|Max Head||50 FT||15.2 M|
|Power||.125 HP||.093 KW|
|Electrical||65 PSI or 8 CFM|
|Type||Centrifugal Mag Drive|
|Wet End||Polypropylene (Front and Rear Housing, Impeller), Ceramic (Shaft, Thrust Washers), Viton (O-Ring)|
O-Ring: Buna N, Viton, Teflon Encapsulated Viton, or Ethylene Propylene
Shaft: Ceramic or 316 Stainless Steel
March Pump's industrial BC-4C-MD-AM is an American seal-less centrifugal magnetic drive pump ideal for applications such as chemical recirculation, chemical transfer, and scrubber systems. It is capable of generating a maximum flow of 18 gallons per minute at 1 feet, and its maximum head is 50 Feet (or around 21PSI). The standard wet end (the materials that come into contact with the solution) is composed of Polypropylene, Viton, and Ceramic. The inlet connection is 1 inch female pipe thread, and the outlet is 0.75 inch male pipe thread. The standard motor is .125 Horsepower compressed air motor which requires 65PSI. The maximum internal pressure the pump can tolerate is 50PSI, and the maximum liquid temperature is 190 Fahrenheit or 87 Celsius. The March BC-4C-MD-AM centrifugal magnetic drive pump is capable of handling mildly or highly corrosive chemicals, acids, and solvents. To determine if the March BC-4C-MD is suitable for your application, please contact March Pump.
Perfect for Applications Including
Applications for the BC-4C-MD-AM Magnetic Drive Pump include chemical transfer and chemical recirculation.
Great for Chemicals Including
The BC-4C-MD-AM has pumped Acetic Acid, Citric Acid, Ethylene Glycol, Formaldehyde, Hydrochloric Acid (Muriatic), Nitric Acid, Phosphoric Acid, Potassium Chloride, Potassium Hydroxide, Sodium Hydroxide (Caustic Soda), Sodium Chloride, Sulfuric Acid, Fresh Water, Salt Water, DI Water, and many more chemicals. The BC-4C-MD-AM may have been modified to handle these chemicals. Please contact March Pump to review your application before using the BC-4C-MD-AM for any of the above listed chemicals. Chemical Resistance Chart