Get The Know How – Guide To Sealless Magnetic Drive Pumps

Download a copy of our recently updated guide to the Know How surrounding sealless pumps. They have always had significant benefits, especially thanks to the absolute absence of leaks or emissions. However, these are now coming further to the fore due to recent and more stringent environmental, health and safety requirements. For the Guide to Sealless Magnetic Drive Pumps click here.

Environment, Health and Safety (EHS)

In these days of increasing EHS concerns, and the resulting legislation and litigation, leakages of process product can cause significant problems. Damage can be caused not only to personnel and property onsite, but also to reputations, plus also the loss of production uptime and valuable productivity.

Choose the safe option – a sealless magnetic drive pump

Unlike pumps that include a mechanical seal, which is designed to leak a little for lubrication, but which could also fail, a sealless pump is the safe option. With a sealless pump, the product is completely contained at all times with no potential for leaks, no escapes to the atmosphere, no emissions, no health issues, no safety concerns and no environmental hazards. No How!

A virtual lack of maintenance and repair meaning less downtime

A further advantage of the sealless pump is the almost complete lack of maintenance and repair required. Not only does this reduce the work and requirement for routine and replacement parts, it also eliminates the associated downtime.

Sealless pumps are now an option on new applications

You may be surprised. The capabilities and operating parameters for sealless pumps may well now be much higher than you think. As a result, they are finding many new applications and are often being used on installations where traditional mechanical sealed pumps would be first considered.

Download Your Guide To Sealless Magnetic Drive Pumps

As the instigators of the sealless pump concept, HMD Kontro have an unparalleled understanding of the magnetic drive process and its benefits. As a result, we have recently updated our Know-How Guide that explains these savings in further detail.

Download a copy today by clicking here.

Spare Kits to Maximise the Uptime of Your Sealless Pumps

The Aftersales engineering team at HMD Kontro Sealless Pumps has comprehensively analysed typical service procedures, maintenance requirements and common repairs to create a portfolio of spares kits that can be held at your installation or at HMD Kontro’s regional hubs for quick and easy servicing and repair of pumps onsite.  These include:

Service Kit – Contains bearings, gaskets, and O-rings for planned maintenance procedures.

Commissioning Kit – Consists of spare gaskets and O-rings that may be needed during the commissioning of a new installation.

Cartridge Kit – A drop-in cartridge containing all the wetted sealless pump parts, which just slots in without the need for a skilled operative.

Insurance Kit– A convenient package containing all of the commonly required spare parts to maximise uptime.

For more information about the spares kits and to receive a leaflet detailing the range, please call the HMD Kontro Aftersales team on +44 (0)1323 452154 or email

CS Magnetic Torque Ring Upgrade


The upgrade of the outer magnet ring on the CS pump range offers significant advances in magnetic coupling robustness leading to increased MTBF (mean time between failure), reduced downtime / increased uptime and increased operational efficiency.


The retro-fittable outer magnet ring (OMR) provides shielded magnets that retain the same level of performance and eliminate any potential for damage.  The new OMR has improved cyclic thermal duty whilst the identical coupling power produced means that the upgrade maintains similar performance to maintain reliability.


The encapsulated magnets on the OMR are made of samarium cobalt and have increased resistance in corrosive applications.  They also provide higher efficiency by reducing slip and improved reliability because no tie bolts are used in the retention of the magnets.


This upgrade is straightforward as no specialist tools are required and is recommended as the current magnets used in the CS pump are becoming obsolete and so no longer available as spare parts.


With increased safety due to there no longer being a remote possibility for the magnets to come into contact with the containment shell, this upgrade is recommended for all current CS pumps.


Download the Torque Ring Upgrade Leaflet for further information or contact our team to discuss how you can upgrade.

Insurance Spares Kit from HMD Kontro


Uptime continuity and resolving any pump maintenance issues quickly onsite are vital and so then Insurance Spares Kits from HMD Kontro are designed to fulfil these requirements.


Comprehensive Analysis of the Spare Parts You are Most Likely to Need

With over 70 years of sealless magnetic drive pump experience, our technical team has carried out comprehensive analysis of the most common maintenance and repair issues that you may encounter. As a result, we have developed a broad portfolio of spare parts kits to ensure the fast, simple and economical maintenance of your sealless pumps, onsite.


A Conveniently Packaged Kit Offering Great Value for Money

Our Insurance Kits represent great value as they come at a discounted price when compared with the sum of the individual parts contained. Within the conveniently packaged kit, are an internal and outer magnet ring, a containment shell, lubricated bearings, gaskets and O-rings. You can simply replenish the kit when parts are used.


For more information and to receive a leaflet about the Insurance Spares Kit, please call us on +44 (0)1323 452154 or  email us