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NEW Product Line Manager

Hannah Verrall has recently been appointed to this role having previously been in the position of Aftermarket Manager. Hannah takes over from the previous Product Line Manager, Darren Martin who has been promoted to become the Strategic Account Manager for the Chemical Team. Hannah will be responsible for developing and executing product development roadmaps, which encompasses marketing and pricing strategies aimed at growing market share. She is keen to align HMD Kontro product development with the target market.

Hannah Verrall

Hannah already has a strong working relationship with the internal HMD Kontro internal team, the sales team and customers. She is eager to develop these relationships further through virtual and face-to-face meetings.

In 2012, Hannah joined HMD Kontro as a postgraduate having studied at Cardiff University. Hannah believes she brings a range of skills to her new role, which have evolved through her nine years of experience with HMD Kontro. Previously, she spent six years in Applications, proposing pump packages to a wide range of users, and three years as Aftermarket Manager where she enjoyed supporting customers and solving problems.

Her first goal is to assist with the successful roll-out of the latest product line, namely the CSA/CSI chemical service pump range. She will also be keen to identify and put forward business plans for other product opportunities. Here she is looking forward to working with the New Product Development team more closely, collaborating with the commercial team on HMD Kontro product introductions and getting to grips with the marketing side of operations.

So how do Hannah’s colleagues describe her? Positive, approachable, friendly, motivational, a dynamic thinker and efficient – all the attributes that will pay dividends in her new position.

Think Sealless? – Do you? And what do you think?

Whilst at HMD Kontro we live and breathe sealless, magnetic drive pumps, now seems a good time to pause and ask you to help us understand what you think to give us a better understanding of whether you and the market in general are thinking sealless?

 

We are on a quest to find out about your views, preferences, and thoughts on sealless pumps and your answers will be extremely helpful to us.

Whatever you know or don’t know, we are very happy to learn either way.  We are looking for those who are familiar with and users of sealless pumps, and those who find them a little unfamiliar, but might like to know more, because a sealless pump may be relevant in the future.

It will only take five minutes and you can remain anonymous if you wish. So please click the button below to get going, we would love to hear your views and thank you in advance for your valued input, opinions and answers!

Sealless Survey

 

CSA / CSI Pumps for On-Site Service

Interchangeable Components and No Hot Working

On-site serviceability has been incorporated, as a key benefit, within the design of the CSA / CSI range of ASME and ISO pumps. Negating the need for any hot working or the use of special tools.

The silicon carbide internal bearing system of the CSA and CSI pumps is fully site serviceable.  In addition, a single piece bush holder enables optimised internal bearing alignment.

CSA / CSI Pumps for On-Site Service

The CSA / CSI range has been designed with maximum interchangeability of components between pumps across the range, so minimising parts inventories and stockholding for further cost savings.

Eliminating the need of any hot working or special tools means that most of the service and maintenance can be undertaken on site. This further contributes to cost savings as it also minimises production downtime, maximises uptime, resulting in improved productivity and profitability.

Please see the dedicated CSA / CSI section of the website to learn more about the range.

Are You Thinking Sealless?

Recent Press Articles Discuss the Think Sealless Initiative

Are You Thinking Sealless?

Recent articles in the specialist processing press discussing the Think Sealless concept demonstrate the versatility across different applications for liquid handling. Depending on which sector you work in, you can select from the links below to read an article appropriate to your industry:

If you have not experienced the use of sealless pumps previously, then consider them for your next application. Recent technological advances have made them even more efficient and versatile.

It is time to Think Sealless. The above articles provide further information, but additional details can be found in our Think Sealless section of the website.

Compact and Vertically Mounted – The GSPV is a Highly Engineered Upgrade Solution

As industry leaders in magnetic drive pump technology, the HMD Kontro range includes the vertically-orientated GSPV, a magnetic drive sealless pump that requires minimum floor space and offers a sealless upgrade solution to vertical inline pump installations. Highly configured, yet meeting standard API 685 requirements, the GSPV has been engineered with a high attention to detail, thereby offering a strong alternative to conventional mechanical sealed pump designs.

In a recent webinar, Charlie St Laurence explains how improved magnetic drive technology has increased the application scope for vertical inline sealless pumps.

With nine hydraulics split between two frame sizes, and a standard design pressure of up to 40 bar /580 psi, the GSPV is ideal for offshore installations where space is at a premium and for crude oil, pipeline or fuel terminals’ he explains.

When planning a new pump installation or an upgrade at an existing site, the opportunity to switch from sealed to sealless brings significant cost savings and wider benefits.

How does the GSPV deliver technically?

  • Utilises a closed impeller and radial diffuser
  • Rated to 40 bar/580 psi
  • Max temp 205 C/401 °F
  • Radial Diffuser offering High and Low flow versions
  • Dimensionally compliant to BS4082
  • CMC thrust bearing material comprising of a silicon oxy-carbide matrix with continuous carbon fibre reinforcing.
  • Compatible with ZeroLoss Shell (meaning no coupling power loss)

How easy is it to take advantage of the GSPV upgrade and replacement opportunity?

The GSPV presents the perfect opportunity to make the migration to sealless, to simplify installations and to make cost savings. With a longer MTBF, and no bearing box required meaning no potential oil leaks, a GSPV replacement can overcome common problems and troubles users have consistently outlined with mechanical seals. For more information on the GSPV, and to listen to a full webinar presentation, please see the video below.

 

Think Sealless – Simple Servicing

Why sealless pumps are simple to service and maintain

Thanks to a modular construction and the ability to dismantle HMD Kontro sealless pumps without special tools, periodic servicing and maintenance of magnetic drive pumps on-site is simple and straightforward.

 

The simple design of HMD Kontro sealless pumps also means that they are usually site repairable with minimal maintenance skills required. Other benefits include:

  • No complex seals or sealing systems.
  • Easy cartridge replacement.
  • Only basic tools are needed.
  • No need for vibration monitoring.

The unique HMD Kontro cartridge design means minimum spares. Indeed, the modular construction and many common components, such as the liquid end bearings, means less spare parts stock and inventory for further reduced operational costs.

Reduce your servicing skillsets and make savings. Think Sealless. Think HMD Kontro Sealless Pumps.

Stuart Pugh Retires After 36 Years With HMD Kontro

We couldn’t let Stuart Pugh go without a bit of a send-off. He has after all been with HMD Kontro for 36 years and certainly deserves his retirement.

On a recent Friday evening, Stuart thought he was just going to the Eastbourne United Football Club for a couple of beers with some close colleagues. But in true HMD Kontro style, we had other plans!

Stuart Pugh

We wanted to give him a great send-off. The staff were informed of the event and they didn’t disappoint and came along to raise a glass to a well-liked colleague. It certainly was a big surprise for Stuart, which he really enjoyed.

Over the years, Stuart worked at the Unigate Dairy as a Maintenance Engineer before joining us as a Centre Lathe Turner in 1985. He was only with us for sixteen months before joining a rival pump manufacturer. That didn’t last long and Stuart was back with HMD Kontro in 1987 and has stayed ever since.

We would like to wish Stuart a long and happy retirement. We understand he is looking forward to spending more time with his family and beloved motorbikes.

CSA / CSI Range – Safety

Secondary Control & Containment Options for Complete Confidence

The CSA and CSI ranges of ASME and ISO sealless pumps provide complete containment of the liquid being pumped as standard.  However, some situations and some regulations demand an even higher level of protection, which can be offered by a secondary level of control or containment.

CSA / CSI Safety

Fully compliant to ASME requirements and available on both close coupled and separately mounted configurations, providing a secondary level of control or containment gives further enhancement of the pump and product integrity leading to even higher environmental, health and safety protection.

Suitable for use throughout the CSA / CSI pumps operating temperature limits, the provision of a secondary housing designed for up to 275 psi / 18.9 bar pressure, provides additional security to guard against a breach in the primary pressure boundary.  This is particularly useful for those processes involving highly hazardous materials.

In keeping with the modularity of the CSA and CSI range, secondary control and containment is available as a site upgradable feature allowing standard pumps to be enhanced at a later date.

For further information and to watch a video on secondary containment, please click here. Please see the CSA / CSI section of our website for further details.

Think Sealless Situations

For situations involving high temperatures, high pressures and volatile substances, plus many more where regulations are strengthening and safety is paramount, magnetic drive pumps are the clear choice.

When it comes to these applications in the chemical, oil, petroleum, gas production, agrichemical, pharmaceutical and general process industries, including those that involve toxic, fine, corrosive and aggressive liquids, our sealless pumps deliver the rock-solid, completely leak-free, performance that engineers demand and that industrial regulations require.

 

Thanks to the complete containment of the liquid, sealless pumps, are suitable for pumping the vast majority of liquids, especially those applications where fluids present difficult and/or costly sealing challenges.

Examples include: acids, solvents, fluids under pressure, heat transfer fluids, volatile liquids and oil, hazardous liquids and expensive fluids. Also, those fluids are pungent, radioactive and crystallising.

You can find out more about the applications and parameters of our pumps on our sealless sectors website page.

Think Sealless

CSA / CSI Pumps with ZeroLoss

PEEK Containment Shell Eliminates Eddy Current Heating and Improves Pump Efficiency

Reduced power consumption and hence energy savings, bringing a lower carbon footprint, is one of the significant reasons why the ZeroLoss containment shell is being specified on more and more HMD Kontro pumps, including the CSA / CSI range for chemical applications. ZeroLoss also brings improved handling of liquefied gases and heat-sensitive liquids.

CSA CSI ZeroLoss

The PEEK (Poly-Ether-Ether-Ketone) composite containment shell is highly durable, combining low weight with a higher specific strength, which will withstand a pressure of almost 19 bar / 275 psi.

Induction losses, associated with a traditional metallic containment shell, are completely eliminated, so allowing significant energy savings during operation. This can often also contribute to lower capital and installation costs because a smaller motor can be used to drive the pump, so also saving space.

Another benefit of the ZeroLoss containment shell, versus a metallic shell, is that less heat is transferred into the liquid being pumped. The CSA / CSI, when fitted with a ZeroLoss shell, can accommodate temperatures of between -40°C and up to 120°C / -40°F to 248°F.

The ZeroLoss shell is provided with a built-in vortex breaker, within the crown, to eliminate shell erosion. For further information on ZeroLoss, please click here. For further information on the CSA / CSI range of ASME and ISO chemical pumps, please click here.

Pumps & Printers

Switching to sealless pumps can make substantial savings.

A sealed pump is a bit like a printer – With a printer, you are often amazed at how little you pay for the machine itself, but that’s because you are then paying for expensive cartridge or toner replacements.

Pumps & Printers

A conventional sealed pump is similar, the cost is lower, although often not by much compared to a magnetic drive pump, but there are high ongoing costs. This means that through the lifetime of the pump, you will pay substantially more.

Sealless pumps are really ‘fit and forget’, unlike sealed pumps that need constant seal replacement and maintenance, with all the associated costs.

To learn moreThink Sealless

Why You Should Switch to Sealless

The mean time between failure (MTBF) for magnetic drive sealless pumps is typically three times that of mechanically sealed pumps.

According to a report by the United Kingdom Health and Safety Executive, mechanical seals are widely regarded as the weakest point in any pumping system that uses them. They account for 80% of all pump failures, the remainder being leakage through static seals such as gaskets / O rings and bearing failure.

It follows that if you eliminate the problem, you eliminate the failures and save costs. HMD Kontro sealless pumps are magnetically driven, they have no mechanical seals or seal support systems, and only a single, fully trapped gasket that ensures systems integrity, even at high temperatures and pressures.

 

Sealless pumps are easier to maintain, have fewer working parts, no potential leak paths and no support systems to design, install and maintain. There is less time and cost involved in system design and procurement plus no concerns regarding material compatibility or appropriate buffer liquids.

By specifying HMD Kontro sealless pumps you can be absolutely positive that you have made the right decision. Combining cutting-edge technology with over seventy years of expertise and experience, since we were the first in the world to develop the concept, our magnetic drive pumps provide complete peace of mind.

Think Sealless

Sundyne Appoints Mary Zappone Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Mary Zappone

 

Leadership Additions to Support Acceleration of the Next Phase of Growth

Arvada, Colorado – July 23, 2021 – Sundyne, a global leader in the design and manufacture of mission critical pumps & compressors, today announced that Mary Zappone has joined the company as Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”), effective July 21, 2021. Ms. Zappone succeeds Mark Sefcik, who is transitioning to President of the Sundyne Products business unit.

Ms. Zappone has more than 20 years of experience leading and growing industrial companies in sectors including Industrial Services, Chemicals, Energy Infrastructure, Industrial Manufacturing, Distribution and Equipment Rental.  Most recently, she was the CEO and Board Member of Brace Industrial Group, a national provider of specialty industrial construction services.  Prior to Brace, Ms. Zappone was the President and CEO of Service Champ, the largest specialty distributor of consumable automotive aftermarket maintenance parts and accessories.  She has served as President and CEO of RecoverCare, a leading national provider of medical equipment and was President of Alcoa’s Oil & Gas products business.  In addition, she has held several leadership positions at Tyco, General Electric, McKinsey & Company and Exxon.

“Sundyne has assembled an incredible portfolio of flow control brands that represent industry-leading and innovative pump & compressor businesses that are backed by strong customer service.  The company’s significant growth opportunities through acquisitions and organic channels are exciting, and I look forward to leading the company in its next chapter of growth,” said Mary Zappone.  “I also want to thank Mark for his leadership of our company over the past four years. I am looking forward to working closely with Mark in his new role as the Sundyne Products Business Unit President along with the rest of the Sundyne leadership team.”

Mr. Sefcik has led Sundyne since early 2017, during which time he helped the company grow its strategic customer relationships, expand and deepen Sundyne’s supplier relationships, and improve the operational delivery and product development functions to deliver industry leading responsiveness, customer service and economic value to customers.

“It has been a privilege to serve as CEO of Sundyne, and I am incredibly proud of what our team has accomplished, increasing the market share of our business, enhancing our technology capabilities – all while serving our customers at the highest of levels,” said Mark Sefcik. “Now is a natural time to transition leadership as Sundyne enters its next chapter and Mary is the ideal person to continue to grow Sundyne’s platform and deliver long-term value.  I look forward to working with Mary and the Sundyne team in my new role and contributing to our company’s further growth.”

Fasten your seatbelts! The view from inside Car 63

With lockdown restrictions easing, our race driver team member, Neil Jessop, has at last now been out racing once again, although at the moment without spectators. In his heavily modified 1978 Mark 2 Ford Escort, sponsored by HMD Kontro, Neil has achieved some great results, despite a few mechanical issues.

 

9 May Donington – Winner of Class B in both Race 1 and Race 2

With thirty-seven cars on the grid, Neil won his class in both races and also finished ninth and tenth overall respectively, beating many cars from higher classes. He also set the lap record in his class of 1:17:486.

 

13 June Mallory Park – Third in Class B in Race 2

This was an amazing result, as Neil had to start Race 2 from the back of the grid after an electrical issue earlier meant no result in Race 1. With skilful driving, he made his way through to eleventh at the finishing flag, giving him third in Class B. He also recorded the second-fastest lap of 51.773 seconds.

See the full video from Race 2 at Donington over on YouTube (it is not for the faint-hearted).

 

The series continues with races in July at Anglesey and Cadwell Park and then it’s on to Oulton Park and Brands Hatch with the last race at Snetterton in October. We will keep you updated with Neil’s progress!

HMD Kontro Appoints New Health & Safety Reps

The importance of health & safety at HMD Kontro is never underestimated and it is something that is taken extremely seriously. Employees, sub-contractors, customers, visitors and any members of the public are all taken into consideration when ensuring the company’s premises are as safe as possible and so revitalising the team was considered very important and vital. Consequently, a company election was held to appoint new Health & Safety representatives. The outcome was that HMD Kontro now has a team made up predominantly of new employee safety reps who will work alongside the two existing and experienced representatives.

Promoting free-flowing and candid conversations

Bi-monthly committee meetings are planned with the most recent one attended by the newly appointed representatives. All in all, it was very successful as everyone came well prepared and all brought something to the table allowing for a free-flowing and candid discussion and if there are any issues or concerns that arise between meetings, these can be raised with the EHS manager. It is hoped that the new reps will be as proactive as possible and already they are being utilised for incident investigation. This will not only give them an insight into a range of situations, but also enable them to give their viewpoint on activities and solutions. Further training will be provided to help the reps settle into and be confident in their new roles.

 

Health and Safety Team

Above (from left to right): Andy Mann, Liane Emery, Andy Schlotter, Claire Penfold, Brian Cordingley.

 

What do the Health & Safety Reps say?

Brian Cordingley – Storeman – “My aim is to help the team make HMD Kontro a safe and enjoyable place to work.”

Claire Penfold – Factory, Shop Floor – “I want to understand more about the health and safety side of the business. It will enable me to help my colleagues and to also assist the company in recognising where workplace related problems could occur. I’ll be a small part of the team to help overcome and solve problems that may arise.”

Liane Emery – Service Co-ordinator – “Having been with HMD Kontro for twelve years, I jumped at the opportunity to be a Health & Safety Rep. My aim is to help David and the team bring awareness and make the work areas safer places to be, which will ensure better safety for everyone.”

Andy Schlotter – Paint Sprayer – “I became a rep four years ago with my main reason being that I felt quite strongly about safety in the work place and wanted to try to improve people’s awareness of it and help in some small way. Everyone should be aware of how dangerous it can be working in a manufacturing and engineering environment. As I have spent all my working life in this industry, I feel I do know about the types of dangers it can bring. By educating others, I feel I’ve helped in my own way. The paint shop also brings with it some unpleasant and dangerous substances and so this has made me very aware about being vigilant in my every day job and hopefully I can make others aware of good practices.”

Andrew Mann IEng MIMechE – Senior Product Engineer – “I became a Health & Safety Rep about five years ago and have now been re-elected for a second five year term. I took on the role to help maintain, support and improve the health and safety of our workplace in order to ensure a safe working environment for all HMD employees. I bring to the role previous experience, which I hope will help the new members of the ‘safety team’. I want to continue and encourage staff to raise safety concerns, whilst broadly assisting in the general overview of the company safety systems ensuring we all go home safely at the end of each working day. I would like to specialise my Health & Safety representative role in the Display Screen Equipment (DSE) regulations and assessment.”

 

Looking after the mental health of employees

Mental health is a big issue in the workplace today and consequently, HMD Kontro also has two mental health first aiders onsite. These roles are currently completely separate from the safety representative roles although there is nothing to prevent a member of staff having both positions should they wish to put themselves forward when there is a vacancy.

HMD Kontro – safe pumps and a safe place to work

With the new appointments, HMD Kontro now has two office reps and two factory reps. Despite an imminent retirement, one of the HMD Kontro Health & Safety reps is staying on as part of the team in the role of mentor for the new appointees and will be working alongside them to pass on valuable information and lessons that have been learned over the years. HMD Kontro sealless pumps are inherently safe thanks to them being completely leak free and this fits perfectly with the company’s focus on site safety.

HF Acid Alkylation

Preventing HF Acid Harming Employee Health and the Environment.

Operators of the Hydrofluoric (HF) acid alkylation process will know all too well that the pumping of HF acid is an application that presents a set of totally unique challenges.

Working in collaboration with UOP (Honeywell), we have been able to develop proven sealless pumps exclusively for use in HF alkylation units. An innovative approach using alternative materials and a new method of NDE (Non-Destructive Examination) specifically for pumps entering the HF Alkylation process.

Above: Short video introducing the new HF alkylation units.

Due to the hazardous nature of HF acid in the alkylation process, it must be treated with the utmost care and so HF alkylation units demand a fluid handling solution of the very highest standard.  This makes magnetic drive pumps eminently suitable. By comparison, pumps featuring failure-prone mechanical seals can leak harmful process fluids, negatively impacting employee health, the environment and productivity. HMD Kontro sealless pumps offer the highest level of safety and reliability with absolutely no leakages, for complete fluid containment.

 

The Benefits of HMD Kontro Pumps for HF Acid

HMD Kontro has developed a pump design specifically for the HF alkylation process that contains key features and includes an identified core scope of equipment. This package must be supplied, as a minimum, on all pumps destined for an HF alkylation unit and contains the following benefits:

  • Liquid contact materials of the highest grade
  • NDE requirements for HF acid
  • Secondary containment – rated to 40 bar
  • Leakage detection instrumentation
  • Dry run pump protection

If you would like further information on the process, please download the literature on our dedicated HF Alkylation webpage or alternatively complete the HF Alkylation enquiry form and a specialist member of our team will be in touch.

Perfected Sealless Pumps Article – Pump Engineer

In chemical processing, with increasing environmental concerns and a strengthening of international safety standards, choosing the right pumps is essential when it comes to protecting plants and people against potentially dangerous leaks and avoiding processing downtime.

In a new article, published in Pump Engineer, Darren Martin, our Global Product Line Manager, looks at the latest developments in magnetic drive sealless pumps and how they protect the environment and ensure operator safety.

Perfected Sealless Pumps - Pump Engineer

The article charts the recent evolution of sealless pumps, illustrating how the latest new technologies and materials have been applied to further advance and perfect modern magnetic drive sealless pumps, such as HMD Kontro’s CSA/CSI range.  Not only maintaining their highly safe operation, but also making them an attractive proposition in terms of product life cycle time and costs savings, offering greater flexibility and ease of maintenance.

Please read the full article on the Pump Engineer website: www.pumpengineer.net/webarticles/2021/06/17/perfected-sealless-pumps.html

Women in Engineering

In the week that celebrated Women In Engineering day with the theme of Engineering Heroes, we are pleased to see two of our own heroes featured in a Women In Engineering special feature in PII (Process Industry Informer) magazine. Please click the following link to go directly to the featured pages:

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Women in Engineering

 

Written by our HR Manager, Jennifer Woolett, the article is headed ‘Taking Action on Gender Diversity’ and includes how HMD Kontro is fully committed to encouraging women to embrace engineering as a career choice with short profiles of Hannah Verrall and Jo Whitling from our company.

Eastbourne & Bred

A Tale of Two Brothers – Both Pump Pioneers

Did you know that the home of HMD Kontro in Eastbourne is not just the sunniest place in the UK, but it is also a thriving pump cluster?

Home to not only HMD Kontro, over the years a good number of other pump manufacturers have chosen Eastbourne as the place to set-up shop. There is a reason for this, so let us travel back in time by 75 years to 1946, the year that brothers Geoffrey and Charles Howard founded Hydraulic & Mechanical Developments Ltd, with the first sealless magnetic drive pumps being pioneered the following year in 1947. This of course became HMD Kontro Sealless Pumps, a division of Sundyne, that we are today.

Howard Brothers

The Howard brothers, as brothers often do, had a falling out and the two went their separate ways. This other company, which became known as ‘APV Howard’ and then onto ‘APV Industrial Pumps’ began operations and that too was started in Eastbourne. Both of the brothers were pioneers of their time and this led to the supply chain around the town building up, which in time put Eastbourne on the pump manufacturing map.

Additional pump companies then chose to relocate or begin operations in Eastbourne as that is where the expertise, experience and supply chains were based. This includes ‘Johnson Pumps’ who are also still operating in Eastbourne today and just a mere stone’s throw away from the HMD Kontro units.

It is because of the Howard brothers and the founding of HMD Kontro back in 1946 that has led to Eastbourne being what is often referred to as a ‘pump cluster’. The decision 75 years ago has left a lasting mark on the town and its rewards are still being reaped today. HMD Kontro has continued to evolve and leads the way in the pump industry. Particularly in magnetic drive pumps.

For more information about HMD Kontro, where it all began and where we are heading, please look at the company Timeline and History of HMD pages. For more information or to discuss utilising our pumps, please complete the enquiry form on the contact page

High Pressure Sealless Pumps

If you, or rather your process, is under pressure, then you need the HMD Kontro HPGS,  a sealless magnetic drive pump designed specifically for high-pressure applications.  This sealless pump is particularly suitable for use in the chemical and petrochemical industries as well as site utilities.

HPGS

The HPGS magnetic drive pump can withstand system pressures of up to 2680 psi (185 bar) and is available with 7 hydraulics. It comes with a range of synchronous magnet drives, which are rated for prime mover performance. Standard construction is stainless steel with silicon carbide internal bearings although other metallic materials are also possible.

As an example application, HPGS pumps are very suitable for use when checking the density of process fluids in a high-pressure pipeline. The HPGS pump is positioned on a pipeline skid, in order to take out a sample of the fluid from the main product stream and then return it to the main pipeline after analysis through a densitometer.

HPGS pumps comply with all specifications required by the petroleum and heavy chemical industries and are typically used in toxic, aggressive, hot, crystallising and high-value processes.

Benefits of the HMD Kontro HPGS Pump include:

  • Sealless design for total product containment
  • Modular / interchangeable high-efficiency wet end
  • Provides maximum flow and head coverage
  • Flows to 70 m³/hr / 308 gpm
  • Heads to 70 m / 230 ft
  • Temperature range -40 to 205°C / 400°F
  • High-efficiency magnetic couplings

For further information, please see the dedicated HPGS page.

HMD Kontro HPGS – High Pressure General Service Sealless Magnetic Drive Pump