When it comes to low flow pumping applications, Sundyne ANSIMAG process pumps are some of the best available. Sundyne’s motto is “We Know Low Flow,” and the proof is in their revolutionary KM Series of ETFE/PFA lined magnetic drive pumps.
Sundyne ANSIMAG KM Series process pumps are ideal for many different low-flow applications across a wide variety of industries. They are ideal for:
- Chemical Injection
- Chemical Transfer
- Wet Scrubbing
- Metal Plating
- Steel Pickling
- Corrosive Materials (Acids, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Hypochlorite, Solvents)
KM Series pumps are designed to be reliable and durable. Each pump in the line features a fully supported, large diameter shaft which results in zero shaft deflection—even at low flow rates. The rigid ductile iron exterior provides exceptional toughness and the silicon carbide bearings boast maintenance-free operation. Off-duty operation can be handled thanks to oversized thrust rings. Meanwhile, the single, oversized and static O-ring creates a reliably secure seal.
These pumps feature a synchronous magnetic drive coupling that provides zero slip operation. Low NPSHr and maximum hydraulic efficiency are possible because of a unique closed impeller design. The containment shell is built from a Kevlar composite that can withstand extremely high operating pressures.
Sundyne ANSIMAG KM Series process pumps can handle minimal flow rates as low as 1 GPM. If you have a large metering pump that is costly to maintain, a KM Series pump could be the ideal replacement in your operation. Such low flow rates and optimal efficiency ratings can be achieved with Sundyne’s patented hydraulic design.
Cortech is proud to offer a range of Sundyne pump products. Sundyne ANSIMAG KM Series process pumps are available in three economically priced sizes to meet your specific operational needs:
- KM 1515
The Cortech Difference
To learn more about Sundyne ANSIMAG KM Series process pumps and other excellent pumps from Sundyne, contact Cortech today. We’ll help you find the right pump for your operation. We can also help with configuration and maintenance plans to ensure that you get the most out of your pump systems. Give us a call or visit our website for more information.