HMD Kontro GSA-GSI Frame 2

Flows to: 1806gpm (410m³/hr)

Heads to: 656ft (200m)

GSA/GSI Frame 2 - Sealless Magnetic Drive Centrifugal Pump

The GSA/GSI pump is designed to operate from -40°C up to +260°C, -40°F up to +500°F without the need for any ancillary cooling medium. Design working pressure is 18.9 bar, 275 psi. The unit is capable of handling solids up to 5% w/w with 150 microns.

Materials of construction:
-Wetted parts - Alloy 20, C, B
-Internal bearings - SiC / Carbon
-Gaskets - PTFE

ASME / ANSI B73.3 and ISO 2858 magnet drive centrifugal pump. Flows to 1,806gpm (410m³/hr). Heads to 656ft (200m).

The GSA(ANSI) and GSI(ISO) product covers a hydraulic range that is split between three frame sizes, Frames 0, l, & II (For frame sizes 0 & I refer to separate Technical Profiles). Technical Profiles are available for the complete range of HMD Kontro GS based pumps up to frame IV.

The pumps are offered with a range of Synchronous Magnet Drives rated to match prime mover performance. Prime mover specifications of all denominations can be catered for.

This range is based on sizes conforming to ANSI & ISO performance and dimensional standards. The standard materials of construction are stainless steel with silicon carbide internal bearings.

Features of the GSA/GSI pump range include:

  • Sealless design – total product containment – ideal for hydrocarbon, petrochemical, toxic, aggressive, hot, crystallising and valuable product.
  • Modular/lnterchangeable high efficiency wet end, designed to ensure maximum flow/head coverage across all GS product ranges.
  • Modular/lnterchangeable high efficiency magnetic couplings.
  • Choice of various metallic materials of construction.
  • One joint between casing and containment shroud/shell.
  • Casing gasket fully confined to eliminate ‘blowout’ risk.
  • Various suction and discharge flange connection options.
  • Maximum interchangeability exists between spare parts for the entire range.
  • Cartridge assemblies allowing fast replacement of the rotating element.
  • Internationally approved pressure vessel standard: ASME VIII code.

Overall benefits to the user:

  • Ease of application.
  • Low capital cost.
  • Design ensures safe, leak free operation.
  • Low running costs.
  • Minimal spares holding.
  • Minimal downtime/fast maintenance.
  • Maximises on-line process time.
  • Interchangeable with mechanical seal pumps.