PL Series

The PL series is a large flow series of metallic stainless steel magnet drive pumps with motor power up to 18.5KW (25HP). It is suitable for processes that require larger flow rates and higher heads, providing maintenance-free, cost-effective and more economical use. The sealless design ensures the safety of operators and the environment, making it the best choice for handling hazardous and toxic chemicals.


  • Sealless structure, non-seal with magnetic drive design for leakage-free.
  • Designed for use in high flow, high head applications
  • Protect the environment and operator safety.
  • The standard material uses metallic stainless steel SUS316L, which provides better corrosion resistance.
  • Other special alloys are provided for optional selection.
  • Commonly used in transferring corrosive, toxic, flammable or explosive chemicals.
  • High-efficiency design to reduce energy consumption when operating.
  • High component durability and low maintenance requirements can help you save costs.
  • Long lifespan and cost-effectiveness.
  • EU CE certification / ATEX explosion proof certification
  • Provide maintenance services for the full series of products.
  • Max. Capacity: 2001L/min
  • Max. total head: 132m
  • Temperature: -80°C ~ +280°C


PTCXPUMP metallic stainless steel magnet drive pumps provide the best chemical transfer solution for a wide range of industrial processes.


Chemical industry

PTCXPUMP metallic stainless steel magnet drive pumps are widely used in the chemical industry for the transportation of chemical fluids or laboratory applications.

Whether you are handling corrosive acids and bases or high-temperature and low-temperature fluids, metallic stainless steel magnetic drive pumps can effectively meet your process requirements.

PCB Industry

In the PCB process, metallic stainless steel non-seal magnet drive pumps can be safely used in several important stages of the wet process, such as brushing, developing, etching, stropping, surface finish, etc.

PTCXPUMP metallic stainless steel magnet drive pump can safely and effectively transfer the developing solution, tin-lead stripper and waste liquid in the printed circuit board industry.


In semiconductor manufacturing processes, certain steps require the use of metallic stainless steel magnet drive pumps to transfer chemicals, ensuring a low-contamination environment for processes such as wafer surface cleaning, developing, etching, cleanrooms, and wastewater treatment systems.

We recommend the use of PTCXPUMP metallic stainless steel magnetic drive pumps in various equipment systems in the semiconductor industries.

Environmental Technology 

The exhaust gases are processed through a scrubber tower to neutralize the acidity and alkalinity of the gas and remove particulate pollutants from the waste gas.

In the scrubber tower system, the scrubbing liquid needs to be pumped to the top of the tower, allowing pollutants to be absorbed into the scrubbing liquid. Part of the scrubbing liquid is then pumped into the scrubber tower to continue the circulation and neutralization process.

PTCXPUMP metallic stainless steel non-seal magnet drive pumps are suitable for use as circulation pumps in scrubber towers because of their excellent corrosion resistance performance.

Offshore Wind Energy

PTCXPUMP metallic stainless steel magnet drive pump has the advantages of no leakage, maintenance-free, high efficiency, low noise, and is commonly used in offshore wind turbines. For example, wind turbine cooling system, lubrication system, and drainage system.

Our non-seal magnetic drive pumps are mainly used in wind turbine cooling systems, lubrication systems, and drainage systems for the transportation of coolants (such as ethylene glycol or propylene glycol) and lubricating oil. Their reliable performance makes the wind turbine maintain stability and extend its lifespan while reducing concerns of maintenance or breakdowns.

Hydrogen Energy

In hydrogen electrolysis technology, metallic stainless steel magnet drive pumps can help you perform the following tasks more safely: stably deliver electrolyte to the electrolyzer, and transfer coolant to the cooling system. Ensure that the chemically corrosive electrolyte will not leak during the process, as well as the purity of the coolant.