Methanol Pump

Magnetically driven centrifugal pumps
Up to 180 m³/h (800 US gpm)


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The magnetically driven Methanol Pump is designed for high energy-efficiency, enhanced safety and low maintenance. The Methanol Pump is used within applications and markets where no pumping medium leakage is allowed.

Methanol pumps are common used in applications where no pumping media leakage is allowed.


They can pump the following materials:

Methanol, Ethanol, Hydrocarbons (fuels) & Amine/Water Mixtures.


Methanol Fuel Supply System


Methanol Transfer 


Methanol Bunkering


Magnetically driven centrifugal pumps meet the requirements for:

  • Leak Prevention
  • High efficiency
  • Reduced Friction
  • Improved Reliability
  • Low Maintenance
  • Installation and serviceability
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Enhanced Safety
  • Environmental Benefits


Design Features

Methanol pumps use magnetic coupling to avoid leakage. By eliminating the need for expensive auxiliary shaft seal flush systems and minimising operational downtime for seal inspections or replacements, we provide a comprehensive solution that aligns with both safety and sustainability. With its compact design and small footprint, this pump offers convenient and flexible installation, particularly in enclosed spaces.

Nominal diameter (DN) 25 to 100
Flow rate - 50 Hz Up to 150 m³/h (660 US gpm)
Flow rate - 60 Hz Up to 180 m³/h (800 US gpm)
Head Up to 130 m (430 ft)
Pressure Up to 16 bar
Temperature Min. -40°C / Max. 120°C
Motor Standard and EX motors
Starting Method VFD or direct online (DOL)


ATEX approved

Pumping of:

Methanol, Ethanol, Hydrocarbons (fuels & Amine/Water Mixtures.



The pumps are designed for pumping liquids without solid/clogging particles. These could cause premature failure of the pump bearings and/or mag-drive.


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