As the Malaysian industry grows, there is more pressure from various groups and regulatory bodies to make sure that their workers are working in a safe and healthy environment and that there’s little damage being done to the environment. Factory emissions and improper waste disposal are just two of the factors that damage the environment at large and earn industries a bad press, the chemicals used by factories are also a risk if not pumped properly.
The shaft driven pump might be a cheaper to use pump, which makes it an attractive option for factories looking to cut manufacturing costs, but at the same time, these pumps have a high risk of leakages that affect the environment and put factory workers’ health at a direct risk as well. March Pumps in Malaysia is introducing magnetic pumps that eliminate this risk and bring certain other benefits to the table as well.
For starters, these pumps can propel dangerous chemicals and fluids without spilling them, which keeps workers safe but at the same time, this also means that expensive chemicals can be pumped without any wastage. The absence of the shaft also makes them much more durable since this is the part that needs to be sealed and protected, this will save factories in Malaysia a lot of money on their maintenance bills – it’s a win-win situation that way.
Magnetic pumps have more power and can also use more power to work than shaft driven pumps but their benefits are much needed and undeniable. Another area in which these pumps can be a problem is when it comes to pumping fluids with solid particles present in them; for pumping waste that’s not entirely liquid, the shaft pump will remain the better option.