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MUNSCH at ACHEMA 2018
Munsch Chemical Pumps Range Expanded
Munsch Chemical Pumps are presenting themselves at this year’s ACHEMA with a significant expansion of their pump range.
Presented as a cutaway model, the CM series magnetic pumps have experienced a significant increase in performance in their conveying distance to up to 85 metres. They are intended to convey critical or environmentally harmful liquids, or liquids that are hazardous to health such as acids, alkalis, solvents and chemically contaminated materials containing few solids. The new CM-FA series magnetic pump, however, presented for the first time at Achema 2018, is also suitable for conveying material containing solids. The spacer can of the CM series is designed as a vacuum-tight, metal-free double-wall composite unit with the advantages: 
- no edgy currents, meaning no heat transfer to the material being pumped
- no loss to magnetic performance, meaning no losses to efficiency
- the spacer can is protected against mechanical contact with the drive rotor; an electronic monitor is also possible as an option
Besides this, the company is introducing an expanded NPC series - armoured pumps with a die-cast chassis, which up until now were only available in a partially-armoured version. They have higher pressure stability, are suitable for ATEX applications and are UV-resistant. These are the armoured versions of the previously un-armoured NP series which have been expanded by a few sizes. The pumps in this series can also be equipped hydraulically for customer-specific requirements.
Presented as a cutaway model, the chemistry standard pump series CS are also armoured pumps, adapted to meeting requirements when handling chemicals and solvents in a process design. The REAFS mechanical seal, developed specifically for these plastic pumps, guarantees a high level of operational safety and a long service life. It can be assembled and repaired easily thanks to its compact design.
In addition, a dry-run safe vertical pump in cantilever design will also be shown. This is a vertical spiral-cased centrifugal pump with a radial impeller, single-entry, single-stage and with no base bearings: the shaft bearing is located outside of the area where fluid is conveyed. The pumps in this series are specifically designed to pump acids, alkalis, chemically contaminated and corrosive media and waste. They also pump fluids containing solid material directly from pump sumps, tanks, storage containers or basis in both wet and dry arrangements.
Main uses for the pumps:
Type TCP-M dry-run safe cantilever vertical pumps are used to pump acids, alkalis or chemically contaminated waste containing solids. They can also be used if there is a danger that the pump will be operated over a long period of time without anything to pump. Their areas of application are electroplating, steel or stainless-steel picking lines, evaporation and regeneration plants, flue gas cleaning after the burning of waste as well as exhaust air treatment and industrial waste treatment. The pumps can also be produced for use in explosion hazard areas.
Depending on the series, the pumps are equipped for temperatures of up to 85, 95, 115 or up to 180 degrees Celsius. The materials used for the pumps, or their interior lining, consist mainly of high-performance plastics PE (polyethylene), (PP) polypropylene, PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) or PFA (Perfluoro ether).  PE in particular is interlinked at a molecular level and therefore highly wear-resistant. Its wear-resistance is almost that of ceramic materials. All pump materials coming into contract with the product, both the high-performance plastics mentioned and the silicon carbide sealing parts and sealing elastomers are highly resistant.
As well as this, the sensors for the pump monitoring is also part of the exhibition. This allows you to monitor and detect motor currents, fluctuations, pressure, safety distances from rotating parts, storage temperatures as well as media temperatures. This allows the affected pump to be triggered to switch off on time. The pump protection here allows you to determine values to support preventative maintenance. Remote monitoring is also possible. This represents another step in the direction of intelligent pump operation for industry 4.0.
Even in the production of the pumps, Munsch is on the path towards an extensive digitisation of the processes. The first transitions in the production have already been achieved.
Munsch Chemiepumpen GmbH is exhibiting together with their sister company Munsch Kunststoff-Schweisstechnik GmbH in Frankfurt.
The power of innovation of both these areas of the company is also reflected in the innovation prizes they have been awarded: in 2007, it won the Rheinland-Pfalz innovation prize as well as the success prize for the development of the “Munsch Mini” hand-held welding extruder. In 2013, it won the Rheinland-Pfalz innovation prize again for the Wedge IT-Multi hot wedge welding tool with data recording. In 2014, it won the innovation prize again for the largest plastic pump in the world, the “Mega Mammut”.
Both companies are exhibiting in hall 8.0 stand H4.
Please contact: 
Munsch Chemie-Pumpen GmbH
Johann Dausenau
Management Service and Marketing
Im Staudchen
56235 Ransbach-Baumbach
Phone: +49 – (0)2623 – 898 - 11
Email:   johann.dausenau@munsch.de,  
http://www.munsch.de

Munsch Chemical Pumps are presenting themselves at this year’s ACHEMA with a significant expansion of their pump range.

 

Presented as a cutaway model, the CM series magnetic pumps have experienced a significant increase in performance in their conveying distance to up to 85 metres. They are intended to convey critical or environmentally harmful liquids, or liquids that are hazardous to health such as acids, alkalis, solvents and chemically contaminated materials containing few solids. The new CM-FA series magnetic pump, however, presented for the first time at Achema 2018, is also suitable for conveying material containing solids. The spacer can of the CM series is designed as a vacuum-tight, metal-free double-wall composite unit with the advantages: 

- no edgy currents, meaning no heat transfer to the material being pumped

- no loss to magnetic performance, meaning no losses to efficiency

- the spacer can is protected against mechanical contact with the drive rotor; an electronic monitor is also possible as an option

 

Besides this, the company is introducing an expanded NPC series - armoured pumps with a die-cast chassis, which up until now were only available in a partially-armoured version. They have higher pressure stability, are suitable for ATEX applications and are UV-resistant. These are the armoured versions of the previously un-armoured NP series which have been expanded by a few sizes. The pumps in this series can also be equipped hydraulically for customer-specific requirements.

 

Presented as a cutaway model, the chemistry standard pump series CS are also armoured pumps, adapted to meeting requirements when handling chemicals and solvents in a process design. The REAFS mechanical seal, developed specifically for these plastic pumps, guarantees a high level of operational safety and a long service life. It can be assembled and repaired easily thanks to its compact design.

 

In addition, a dry-run safe vertical pump in cantilever design will also be shown. This is a vertical spiral-cased centrifugal pump with a radial impeller, single-entry, single-stage and with no base bearings: the shaft bearing is located outside of the area where fluid is conveyed. The pumps in this series are specifically designed to pump acids, alkalis, chemically contaminated and corrosive media and waste. They also pump fluids containing solid material directly from pump sumps, tanks, storage containers or basis in both wet and dry arrangements.

 

Main uses for the pumps:

Type TCP-M dry-run safe cantilever vertical pumps are used to pump acids, alkalis or chemically contaminated waste containing solids. They can also be used if there is a danger that the pump will be operated over a long period of time without anything to pump. Their areas of application are electroplating, steel or stainless-steel picking lines, evaporation and regeneration plants, flue gas cleaning after the burning of waste as well as exhaust air treatment and industrial waste treatment. The pumps can also be produced for use in explosion hazard areas.

 

Depending on the series, the pumps are equipped for temperatures of up to 85, 95, 115 or up to 180 degrees Celsius. The materials used for the pumps, or their interior lining, consist mainly of high-performance plastics PE (polyethylene), (PP) polypropylene, PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) or PFA (Perfluoro ether).  PE in particular is interlinked at a molecular level and therefore highly wear-resistant. Its wear-resistance is almost that of ceramic materials. All pump materials coming into contract with the product, both the high-performance plastics mentioned and the silicon carbide sealing parts and sealing elastomers are highly resistant.

 

As well as this, the sensors for the pump monitoring is also part of the exhibition. This allows you to monitor and detect motor currents, fluctuations, pressure, safety distances from rotating parts, storage temperatures as well as media temperatures. This allows the affected pump to be triggered to switch off on time. The pump protection here allows you to determine values to support preventative maintenance. Remote monitoring is also possible. This represents another step in the direction of intelligent pump operation for industry 4.0.

 

Even in the production of the pumps, Munsch is on the path towards an extensive digitisation of the processes. The first transitions in the production have already been achieved.

 

Munsch Chemiepumpen GmbH is exhibiting together with their sister company Munsch Kunststoff-Schweisstechnik GmbH in Frankfurt.

 

The power of innovation of both these areas of the company is also reflected in the innovation prizes they have been awarded: in 2007, it won the Rheinland-Pfalz innovation prize as well as the success prize for the development of the “Munsch Mini” hand-held welding extruder. In 2013, it won the Rheinland-Pfalz innovation prize again for the Wedge IT-Multi hot wedge welding tool with data recording.

 

In 2014, it won the innovation prize again for the largest plastic pump in the world, the “Mega Mammut”.

 

Both companies are exhibiting in hall 8.0 stand H4.


Please contact: 

Munsch Chemie-Pumpen GmbH

Johann Dausenau

Management Service and Marketing

 Im Staudchen

56235 Ransbach-Baumbach

 

Phone: +49 – (0)2623 – 898 - 11

Email:   johann.dausenau@munsch.de

https://www.munsch.de








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