MISSION Magnum I
MISSION Magnum I pumps are proven as reliable, heavy-duty, low-cost slurry pumps. The 3×2×13 through 8×6×14 pumps all feature the same power end, which ensures production and reduced spare-part inventory requirements. Standard models are equipped with a heavy-duty 2½-in. alloy steel shaft protected from wear by a stainless-steel shaft sleeve, double-row outboard bearings, and inboard roller bearings. They are rated for continuous service in applications up to 200 hp and are available in Hard Iron, Stainless Steel, Aluminum Bronze, and High Chrome with capacities up to 3,400 gal/min and pressure head up to 550 ft. Some sizes can be offered in a counterclockwise rotation giving the user more flexibility.
MISSION 2500 Supreme
This robust pump utilizes many of the same parts as the MISSION Magnum I. Some key differences are the replaceable casing wear pad (on the 4x3x13 thru 10x8x14 sizes), semi open impeller, and labyrinth seals for the bearings. This pump is rated for continuous service in applications up to 200 hp and are available in Hard Iron, Aluminum Bronze, and Supreme Hard materials with capacities up to 3,400 gal/min and pressure head up to 550 ft.
8x6x18 MISSION Magnum XP
The 8x6x18 Magnum XP is ideally suited for pumping high volumes of heavy slurries that are abrasive, corrosive, and difficult to pump. The compact overall dimensions make it an excellent choice for high-volume mobile and stationary applications for which a small footprint is critical. Designed for continuous operation with minimal maintenance, this model is engineered to provide maximum seal life with low stuffing box pressure and an extra-heavy shaft design. It produces flow up to 2000 GPM, and head pressures as high as 340 ft.
1780 Type “W”
The first of its kind and was the influence behind the Magnum I. This pump has a 1-7/8” solid shaft, and available materials in Hard Iron, Aluminum Bronze, and Stainless Steel. Sizes range from a 3x2x13 to 8x6x13. Most of the sizes can be offered in a clockwise or counterclockwise rotation giving the user more options in the field. The Impeller is in a Semi-Open non-clogging impeller design.
1180 Type “S”
The smaller framed version of the “W” pump, the “S” pump allows for smaller flow and head pressures with a smaller footprint. The “S” pump comes in sizes ranging from 1x1.5x8.5 to 3x4x8.5 and material types being Cast Iron, Stainless Steel, and Aluminum Bronze. Most of the sizes can be offered in a clockwise or counterclockwise rotation giving the user more options in the field. This pump is used widely as a Mud Pump’s liner wash pump.
The Vortex features identically sized suction and discharge flanges and a high-performance Vortex impeller. The Vortex impeller produces a smooth hydraulic whirpool of fluid in front of the impeller creating a vacuum. Fluid circulates through the casing with minimal fluid passing through the impeller. This reduces particle degradation and allows solids smaller than the discharge to pass through the pump. It is available in the 3x3x14, 4x4x14, and 6x6x14 sizes in either a Ductile Iron or Magnachrome material.
The TurboShear system reduces the cost of mixing polymers and clays while improving, mud properties. Shearing the polymers eliminates fish eyes and prevents polymer chaining (long strings), which cannot pass through shaker screens. Pre-hydrating clays improves viscosity per pound of clay, reduces water loss and improves filter cake properties. Additionally, the TurboShear System can be used to dissolve salt and mix oil-based fluids.
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