Unplanned Downtime Destroys Profits and Reputations
Crest Pumps make sure you never have to worry about it again.
As a process engineer in the chemical manufacturing industry, you understand the critical importance of optimizing efficiency, reducing production costs, and implementing sustainable solutions. Pumping corrosive liquids poses additional challenges including plant corrosion leading to leaks, breakdowns, and costly repairs. The knock-on effects of corrosive liquid leaks then pose significant safety hazards to you, your team and the wider environment.
Why a Mag Drive Pump?
A sealless magnetic drive pump operates on the principle of a magnetic coupling to transfer torque from the motor to the impeller without the need for a traditional mechanical seal. The pump's impeller is magnetically coupled to a set of rotating magnets, which are driven by the motor. This eliminates the need for a shaft seal, ensuring a leak-free operation.
Looking at the Whole Life Costs
When it comes to pumps, 40x more is spent on running costs than the purchase price.
They consume half of all the energy in an industrial plant with <90% of pumps running inefficiently =
- Costly energy wastage
- Unexpected downtime
- Loss of production
- H&S risks
- Damage to reputation.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT PUMP FOR YOU
All mag drive pumps give you enhanced safety with a sealless design and less risk of hazardous leaks or emissions.
BUT Crest Assoma Mag drive Pumps also give you...
REDUCED RUNNING COSTS
exceeding Europe's highest efficiency standards (MEI >0.7)
available from UK stock (in all materials & chemical compatibilities)
with run dry capability (patented channel to eliminate heat build up)
It’s also not just about the pump…
Imagine the pump in your system is like the fuse in your kettle – if the fuse unexpectedly blew, you wouldn’t assume the fuse was faulty but instead check what might have caused the fuse to fail.
If you choose any pump company that is backed up with years of experience and a solid reputation, you should be able to rely on the quality of their pumps like you do for your kettle fuses. So, if a pump has failed (or you want to prevent it from failing in the first place), look beyond the pump…
Other factors to consider -
1. Operate at Best Efficiency Point
2. Effective Pipework Design
3. Operating with a Variable Speed Drive (VSD) / Inverter
NOTE: Much more detail can be found if you download 6 PUMP TIPS FOR 600% COST SAVINGS
If you have any chemical pump enquiries we can help you with...
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ENJOY PEACE OF MIND
Never worry about unplanned downtime again.
Many process engineers face the challenge of dealing with a lack of resources and support when it comes to pumping corrosive liquids.
At Crest, when we put our name on a pump we are making a serious commitment to give you lifetime support for pumps to last in the most corrosive of environments. Whatever issues you encounter, we will help you find a solution.
It’s what we’ve done for the last 50 years and will continue to do so for the next.