F430 Sealed Pump

With mechanical seal

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The universal F/FP 430 pump can be used for various media and is suitable for conveying out of drums, totes, IBCs and tanks. Due to the construction, the pump can be easily and quickly taken apart into its two main components. Distinct feature, only at FLUX: The inner tube is reinforced with a metal core on plastic models (PP and PVDF). This always allows full function of the mechanical seal. This way, leakage and unnecessary wear are prevented for the complete operating temperature range. Furthermore, it provides highest stability and makes immersion lengths of up to 118 in (3000 mm) possible. The versions in stainless steel and hastelloy C are approved for use in hazardous areas. The stainless steel version is also available as FOOD certified version.


  • Application areas: Atex  
  • Application areas: FDA  
  • Application areas: Food  

Product attributes

  • Utilizes a mechanical seal for sealing the inner tube
  • Pump can be disassembled into two parts: complete inner tube and outer tube
  • Steel cored inner tube on PP and PVDF models
  • Versions for use in hazardous areas available
  • FOOD version available
  • Grease-lubricated shaft bearing
  • Can be combined with various motors


Technical Data

  • Flow Rate: max 63 GPM
  • Delivery Head: max 98 ft
  • Viscosity: <1 - 1200 cPs
  • Outer Tube Diameter: 40 mm - 50 mm 
  • Standard Immersion Lengths: 27, 39, 47, 60 in (700, 1000, 1200, 1500 mm)
  • Materials of Construction: Polypropylene, Polyninyldene fluoride (PVDF), Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Hastelloy
  • Temperatures to 248°F (120°C)
  • Fluid Examples: Acids, Alkalis, Petroluem products, Flammables, Solvents, Fuels, Aqueous salt solutions, Aggressive chemicals
  • Seal: mechanically sealed
  • Containers: Small containers, Hobbocks, 55 Gal Drums, totes, IBCs