MDXT Mag Drive Pump
|Max Flow||7 GPM||22 LPM|
|Max Head||7 FT||1.6 M|
|Power||.02 HP||.018 KW|
|Electrical||115V 60HZ or 230V 50/60HZ|
|Type||Centrifugal Mag Drive|
|Wet End||Polypropylene (Front and Rear Housing, Impeller), Ceramic (Shaft, Thrust Washer), Buna N (O-Ring), Ceramic Magnet|
O-Ring: Buna N, Viton, or Teflon
March Pump's industrial MDXT is an American seal-less centrifugal magnetic drive pump ideal for applications such as chemical recirculation and chemical transfer. It is capable of generating a maximum flow of 7 gallons per minute at 1 f00t, and its maximum head is 7 Feet (or around 3PSI). The standard wet end (the materials that come into contact with the solution) is composed of Polypropylene, Buna N, Ceramic, and Ceramic Magnet. The inlet connection is 0.5 inch female pipe thread, and the outlet is 0.375 inch female pipe thread. The standard motor is a 1 Phase 115V or 230V 0.02 Horsepower fan cooled motor, which can be run on 60 hertz on 115V or 50 and 60 hertz on 230V (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 87 Celsius. The March MDXT centrifugal magnetic drive pump is capable of handling mildly or highly corrosive chemicals, acids, and solvents. To determine if the March MDXT is suitable for your application, please contact March Pump.
Perfect for Applications Including
Applications for the MDXT Magnetic Drive Pump include etching equipment, photographic processing equipment, ice flakers, plate processors, and marine air conditioning.
Great for Chemicals Including
The MDXT has pumped has pumped Acetic Acid, Acetone, Ammonium Sulfate, Citric Acid, Ethylene Glycol, Ferric Sulfate, Hydrogen Peroxide, Potassium Hydroxide, Sodium Chloride, Fresh Water, Salt Water, and many more chemicals. The MDXT may have been modified to handle these chemicals. Please contact March Pump to review your application before using the MDXT for any of the above listed chemicals.
Chemical Resistance Chart