Mission Pumps

Mission Centrifugal Pumps

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Mission Magnum Centrifugal Pumps

The Magnum has an open impeller design that contains wide-tipped vanes and a more tangential circumference of the suction allowing the pump to create a smoother flow pattern when handling abrasive fluids. The Magnum is available in Magnachrome™, hard iron, stainless steel, and aluminum bronze fluid ends. The pumps can be unitized with electric motors, diesel engines, and hydraulic motors (horizontal, vertical, or close-coupled configuration).

Also available, Horizontal and Vertical Close Coupled Magnum. [/ezcol_1half_end]

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Typical Applications

  •  Barite, ferric oxide, and mineral oil
  • Base drilling muds
  • Glass fibers
  • Sugar processing
  • Ash or coal conveyers
  • Cement
  • Mine de-watering
  • Lime slurries
  • Kaolin clay
  • Crystalline forms

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Specifications

  • Sizes from 3x2x13 to 10x8x14
  • Flow rates from a few gallons per minute up to 2,600 GPM
  • Head pressure up to 550 feet
  • Best utilized for applications requiring up to 200 HP [/ezcol_1half_end]

 

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Mission Vertical Magnum

When floor space is at a premium and performance is critical, the Vertical Magnum provides the solution. The Vertical includes virtually all of the features of the Magnum I. In addition, the versatile and unique design of the Vertical can be utilized in diverse applications.

In a wet pit environment, the Vertical requires no bearings or sealing device below the waterline. Use of a vortex impeller allows the passage of any solid that can enter the suction inlet and minimizes particle degradation.

Concentric casing design minimizes shaft cyclical deflection and allows excellent slurry handling.

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Common Applications Include:

  • Mud Pumping – offshore/onshore
  • Solids Control
  • Dredging
  • Leveling of Rig Platform (ballast)

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