Iwaki manufacture the world’s widest range of non-metallic magnetic drive pumps under a single brand. Capacities range from 5L/min to 5,000L/min and offer a range of wetted materials to handle almost any chemical.
Iwaki’s dosing pump range include economical solenoid units for light duty applications up to large motorised hydraulic diaphragm pumps for heavy industry. A range of electronically controlled digital metering pumps complements the range for applications requiring high turndown or integration into automated systems.
The IX series are digitally controlled stepper motor-driven metering pumps which span the application range between small solenoid & conventional motorised metering pumps. Their electronically controlled direct-drive stepper motor provides an extremely wide capacity range. Up to 750:1 capacity turndown is possible while retaining ±1% accuracy and virtually constant chemical injection, even at low flows.
For all your dosing needs please call our team on 02 4922 9020.
Iwaki dosing pumps at National Flow Systems Newcastle.
Magnetic Drive or Magdrive Pumps are similar to ISO end suction pumps, but have a unique drive system that keeps the wetted parts separate from the drive end. A mechanical seal or gland packing is not required as the impeller shaft is not in contact with the drive shaft. Magnets are used to turn the impeller shaft. Therefore Magnetic Drive Pumps are excellent for chemical handling applications.
The MDE Series comprises the world’s largest-class non-metallic magnetic drive pumps
for chemical processing, with a maximum delivery of 4.0m/min. and a maximum head of over 70 meters.
The liquid end parts, plastics are made of advanced corrosion-resistant materials such as fluororesins and fine ceramics, and the major fluoroplastic-made parts are reinforced with special metal inserts for added mechanical strength and durability. These pumps have a maximum casing-pressure resistance of 1.6 MPa and a maximum operating temperature of 120°C.
Fluoroplastic and fine ceramic are used in the liquid end parts. These materials enable strong acids, strong alkalines, and virtually all chemical solutions to be handled.
The exterior of the pumps is covered with ductile cast iron (FCD400). Ample pressure resistance has been provided in the rear casing through the adoption of a unique shape that prevents the concentration of stress, and a dual structure reinforced with an FRP cover. In addition, the spindle and magnet capsule, which are subject to the repetitive stress of rotational vibration, are made of fluororesin with special metal inserts. These are thus built to withstand sustained operation over an extended period under harsh service conditions.
The basic performance, dimensions, and other particulars of the pumps are in compliance with the international standard (ISO2858, 3661, 5199). They are interchangeable with general-purpose centrifugal pumps.
Note: Model MDE 125-250 is excluded.
For more information please contact our customer service team on the number below.