Sealless Pumps

Magnetically Driven, Canned Motor, Hazardous/Corrosive/Aggressive Fluids, Hot Oils. A sealless pump is essentially a conventional centrifugal pump without packed glands or mechanical seals. The dynamic seal that would normally be used to seal the impeller shaft is instead replaced by a static containment shell — or shroud — to form a completely sealed liquid end or pressure boundary.


1. This special hermetic pump design prevents any leakage of fluid and fugitive emissions, that in case of chemicals, corrosive liquids, explosive and flammable fluids could be very dangerous for people dealing with the pump and especially for the environment. So mag drive pumps allow to follow strict environmental and safety objectives required by many regulations. We shouldn’t forget also that some liquids could be very expensive and their loss due to a seal failure may cause high unnecessary extra costs.

2. Mag drive pumps are very reliable and need very low maintenance thanks to their simple design. With normal working conditions these pumps can work without any kind of repair for more than a decade so their life cost is highly reduced even if it’s always better to check o-rings and bearings every one/two years just to be sure that there is no wearing.

3. The coupling is very easy because there is no need for a motor/pump alignment.