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March Pumps

March specializes in a wide range of precise, highly reliable magnetic drive centrifugal pumps. March pumps can be designed for just about any application including aquariums, ice makers, and chemical and industrial process equipment. With a wide range of liquid handling capabilities, March pumps handle a seemingly infinite number of fluids from water to highly corrosive or acidic solutions, as well as high temperature liquids. Many designs are available from air-cooled to fully submersible electric-powered unit motors to air motor-driven models to meet fluid system or fluid process needs. The seal-less magnetic drive pumps are your source for reliable, efficient solutions to difficult pump system problems in the Midwest.

March’s magnetically coupled drive pumps completely eliminate the need for shafts and seals. The advantages of this technology include, no need for seal maintenance, leak-proof, efficient friction-free operation to reduce power consumption, built in overload protection, easy pump repair, and reliability over many years of pump service life. Each pump is engineered to meet or exceed potential job demands. With a wide range of elastomers, metals and other materials, March pumps are capable of adjusting to the compatibility needs of any fluid process. With an enormous selection of motors, materials, and other options March pumps can be customized to your unique application.

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Series 1 / 893

Series 1 / 893

Series 1 and 893 pumps are small, versatile pumps used in applications such as photographic processing equipment, refrigeration systems, and water displays or fountains. They are available in both open-air and epoxy clad submersible models with a variety of options in both materials of constructions and inlet and discharge ports. Materials of construction include polypropylene, Noryl, nylon, Buna N, and 316-stainless steel. Most models feature ceramic magnets and Chemloy washers.

  • Flows up to 3 GPM
  • Pressures up to 4.5 PSI
  • Max temp 190° F for open-air models, or 130° F for submersible models
  • Series 893 have 3/8″ or 1/2 ” inlets and 3/8″ or 1/2″ outlets
  • Series 1 have 3/8″ or 1/2″ inlets and outlets
Series 2

Series 2

March Series 2 pumps are compact and adaptable to many applications including etching equipment, photographic and graphic arts processing equipment, garden fountains, ice flakers, plate processors and marine air conditioning. They are available in both open-air and epoxy clad submersible models with a variety of options in both materials of constructions and inlet and discharge ports. Materials of construction include polypropylene, Noryl, nylon, Buna N, and 316-stainless steel. Blast cooled models have a polypropylene encased impeller magnet.

  • Flows up to 5.5 GPM
  • Pressures up to 6 PSI
  • Max temp 190° F for open-air models, or 130° F for submersible models
  • 3/8″ and 3/4″ inlets and 1/2″ outlets
Series 3

Series 3

March Series 3 pumps are simple, versatile and reliable featuring an “orbital” magnetic drive and leak-proof design. Applications include film processors, ice makers, laboratory and medical equipment, vapor degreasers, and marine air conditioning systems. They are available in both open-air and epoxy clad submersible models with a variety of options in both materials of constructions and inlet and discharge ports. Materials of construction include polypropylene, Delrin, Viton, ceramic, nylon, Buna N, and polysulfil plastic.

  • Flows up to 10 GPM
  • Pressures up to 9 PSI
  • 3/4″ inlets and 1/2″ outlets
Series 4 / 5

Series 4 / 5

March Series 4 pumps are used in many applications including electronic medical equipment, etching machines, photo processing equipment, hospital thermal blankets and food heating cabinets. Standard construction is polypropylene, with options for wetted materials that include Ryton or Kynar, Ceramic, Buna N, and Viton to meet any compatibility needs. Carbon bushings are available. The Series 5 pump is also available in 316-stainless steel.

  • Flows up to 18 GPM
  • Pressures up to 22 PSI
  • Series 4/5 have 1″ inlets and 1/2″ outlets
Series 5.5 / 6

Series 5.5 / 6

The March 5.5 and 6 series can both handle strong halogen solutions and certain chromic or sulfuric acid solutions when constructed out of Kynar. The 5.5 series has an involute design with a closed impeller magnet assembly. The Series 6 has a standard drip proof motor. Materials of construction included glass filled polypropylene, ceramic, and Viton. Also, The Series 5.5 comes in 316-stainless steel and the Series 6 comes in Ryton. Both pumps have a wide variety of bushings, O-rings, and spindle combinations to meet difficult applications.

  • Flows up to 38 GPM
  • Pressures up to 21 PSI
  • Series 5.5/6 have 1″ inlets and 3/4″ outlets
Series 7

Series 7

The March Series 7 pumps are the workhorses for the March pump lines. They can be used in computer cooling, photo processing, graphic printing, ion exchange recovery/development, and aquariums. The Series 7 line includes a self-priming pump with suction up to 10 ft. The impeller can be trimmed to accommodate specific gravities of up to 2.0. Materials of construction include polypropylene, ceramic, all Kynar, Viton, 316-stianless steel, and Hastelloy. The rear housing is manufactured with Ryton for additional strength. A variety of bushing and spindle options are available to meet your specific application.

  • Flows up to 53 GPM
  • Pressures up to 26 PSI
  • 1.5″ inlets and 1″ outlets
Series 7.5

Series 7.5

The March Series 7.5 pump is the only line with all the molded parts constructed of natural Kynar. They work best in super sensitive applications that cannot have even a trace of foreign material, such as microchip manufacturing. Various bushings are available to meet purity requirements for specific applications. Other component materials are Viton, Teflon or ethylene propylene O-rings, ceramic thrust washer, and spindle and carbon bushings.

  • Flows up to 82 GPM
  • Pressures up to 37 PSI
  • 2″ inlets and 1.5″ outlets
Series 8 / 10

Series 8 / 10

The March Series 8 and 10 pumps are the largest pump lines. They are ideal for handling harsh liquids such as, strong halogen or chromic, and sulfuric acid solutions. Typical applications include computer cooling systems and waste treatment plants to plating operations, photo processors and chemical plants. Materials of construction include glass-filled polypropylene, carbon-filled Kynar, and 316-stainless steel. Many bushing, spindle, washers and magnet assembly materials are also available to ensure total compatibility.

  • Flows up to 210 GPM
  • Pressurs up to 74 PSI
  • Series 8 have 2″ inlets and 1.5″ outlets
  • Series 10 have 3″ inlets and 2″ outlets
Series MDX

Series MDX

Series MDX are used in applications such as coffee dispensers, aquariums, bio-medical, dryers, ice makers, electrostatic painting, photographic processing, and vending equipment. Materials of construction include polypropylene, Ryton, Kynar, Buna N, and 316-stainless steel. Most models feature ceramic magnets and shafts and Viton O-rings. There are a wide variety of inlet and outlet port types and sizes available.

  • Flows up to 8.4 GPM
  • Pressures up to 9 PSI
Hydronic Pumps

Hydronic Pumps

March hydronic pumps are used in hydronic systems, where the liquid acts as the heat transfer medium in heating and cooling systems, such as with water, glycol and other refrigerants. Materials of construction include plastic, bronze, stainless steel, and cast iron to meet temperature requirements as many of applications transfer hot liquids.

  • Flows up to 22 GPM
  • Pressures up 13 PSI
  • Temperatures up to 500° F
  • ½” or ¾” inlets and ½” or ¾” outlets
Other Pumps

Other Pumps

March offers a Dual head pump that can simultaneously pump 2 separate liquids for applications like film processing with flows from 3 to 8 GPM and up to 20 ft. March Metering pumps can move 1000cc/min and have heads up to 160 ft., especially useful in chemical metering applications where precision metering and accurate dispensing are needed. The flow can be adjust while the pump is running with the control lever. March beer pumps are designed for brewing hot water and hot wort and can accommodate the high temperatures associated with brewing beer. They have flows up to 170 GPM, 27 ft. of head, and temperatures up to 250° F.

Series 1 / 893

Series 1 / 893

Series 1 and 893 pumps are small, versatile pumps used in applications such as photographic processing equipment, refrigeration systems, and water displays or fountains. They are available in both open-air and epoxy clad submersible models with a variety of options in both materials of constructions and inlet and discharge ports. Materials of construction include polypropylene, Noryl, nylon, Buna N, and 316-stainless steel. Most models feature ceramic magnets and Chemloy washers.

  • Flows up to 3 GPM
  • Pressures up to 4.5 PSI
  • Max temp 190° F for open-air models, or 130° F for submersible models
  • Series 893 have 3/8″ or 1/2 ” inlets and 3/8″ or 1/2″ outlets
  • Series 1 have 3/8″ or 1/2″ inlets and outlets

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Series 2

Series 2

March Series 2 pumps are compact and adaptable to many applications including etching equipment, photographic and graphic arts processing equipment, garden fountains, ice flakers, plate processors and marine air conditioning. They are available in both open-air and epoxy clad submersible models with a variety of options in both materials of constructions and inlet and discharge ports. Materials of construction include polypropylene, Noryl, nylon, Buna N, and 316-stainless steel. Blast cooled models have a polypropylene encased impeller magnet.

  • Flows up to 5.5 GPM
  • Pressures up to 6 PSI
  • Max temp 190° F for open-air models, or 130° F for submersible models
  • 3/8″ and 3/4″ inlets and 1/2″ outlets

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Series 3

Series 3

March Series 3 pumps are simple, versatile and reliable featuring an “orbital” magnetic drive and leak-proof design. Applications include film processors, ice makers, laboratory and medical equipment, vapor degreasers, and marine air conditioning systems. They are available in both open-air and epoxy clad submersible models with a variety of options in both materials of constructions and inlet and discharge ports. Materials of construction include polypropylene, Delrin, Viton, ceramic, nylon, Buna N, and polysulfil plastic.

  • Flows up to 10 GPM
  • Pressures up to 9 PSI
  • 3/4″ inlets and 1/2″ outlets

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Series 4 / 5

Series 4 / 5

March Series 4 pumps are used in many applications including electronic medical equipment, etching machines, photo processing equipment, hospital thermal blankets and food heating cabinets. Standard construction is polypropylene, with options for wetted materials that include Ryton or Kynar, Ceramic, Buna N, and Viton to meet any compatibility needs. Carbon bushings are available. The Series 5 pump is also available in 316-stainless steel.

  • Flows up to 18 GPM
  • Pressures up to 22 PSI
  • Series 4/5 have 1″ inlets and 1/2″ outlets

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Series 5.5 / 6

Series 5.5 / 6

The March 5.5 and 6 series can both handle strong halogen solutions and certain chromic or sulfuric acid solutions when constructed out of Kynar. The 5.5 series has an involute design with a closed impeller magnet assembly. The Series 6 has a standard drip proof motor. Materials of construction included glass filled polypropylene, ceramic, and Viton. Also, The Series 5.5 comes in 316-stainless steel and the Series 6 comes in Ryton. Both pumps have a wide variety of bushings, O-rings, and spindle combinations to meet difficult applications.

  • Flows up to 38 GPM
  • Pressures up to 21 PSI
  • Series 5.5/6 have 1″ inlets and 3/4″ outlets

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Series 7

Series 7

The March Series 7 pumps are the workhorses for the March pump lines. They can be used in computer cooling, photo processing, graphic printing, ion exchange recovery/development, and aquariums. The Series 7 line includes a self-priming pump with suction up to 10 ft. The impeller can be trimmed to accommodate specific gravities of up to 2.0. Materials of construction include polypropylene, ceramic, all Kynar, Viton, 316-stianless steel, and Hastelloy. The rear housing is manufactured with Ryton for additional strength. A variety of bushing and spindle options are available to meet your specific application.

  • Flows up to 53 GPM
  • Pressures up to 26 PSI
  • 1.5″ inlets and 1″ outlets

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Series 7.5

Series 7.5

The March Series 7.5 pump is the only line with all the molded parts constructed of natural Kynar. They work best in super sensitive applications that cannot have even a trace of foreign material, such as microchip manufacturing. Various bushings are available to meet purity requirements for specific applications. Other component materials are Viton, Teflon or ethylene propylene O-rings, ceramic thrust washer, and spindle and carbon bushings.

  • Flows up to 82 GPM
  • Pressures up to 37 PSI
  • 2″ inlets and 1.5″ outlets

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Series 8 / 10

Series 8 / 10

The March Series 8 and 10 pumps are the largest pump lines. They are ideal for handling harsh liquids such as, strong halogen or chromic, and sulfuric acid solutions. Typical applications include computer cooling systems and waste treatment plants to plating operations, photo processors and chemical plants. Materials of construction include glass-filled polypropylene, carbon-filled Kynar, and 316-stainless steel. Many bushing, spindle, washers and magnet assembly materials are also available to ensure total compatibility.

  • Flows up to 210 GPM
  • Pressurs up to 74 PSI
  • Series 8 have 2″ inlets and 1.5″ outlets
  • Series 10 have 3″ inlets and 2″ outlets

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Series MDX

Series MDX

Series MDX are used in applications such as coffee dispensers, aquariums, bio-medical, dryers, ice makers, electrostatic painting, photographic processing, and vending equipment. Materials of construction include polypropylene, Ryton, Kynar, Buna N, and 316-stainless steel. Most models feature ceramic magnets and shafts and Viton O-rings. There are a wide variety of inlet and outlet port types and sizes available.

  • Flows up to 8.4 GPM
  • Pressures up to 9 PSI

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Download Brochure

Hydronic Pumps

Hydronic Pumps

March hydronic pumps are used in hydronic systems, where the liquid acts as the heat transfer medium in heating and cooling systems, such as with water, glycol and other refrigerants. Materials of construction include plastic, bronze, stainless steel, and cast iron to meet temperature requirements as many of applications transfer hot liquids.

  • Flows up to 22 GPM
  • Pressures up 13 PSI
  • Temperatures up to 500° F
  • ½” or ¾” inlets and ½” or ¾” outlets

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Download Brochure

Other Pumps

Other Pumps

March offers a Dual head pump that can simultaneously pump 2 separate liquids for applications like film processing with flows from 3 to 8 GPM and up to 20 ft. March Metering pumps can move 1000cc/min and have heads up to 160 ft., especially useful in chemical metering applications where precision metering and accurate dispensing are needed. The flow can be adjust while the pump is running with the control lever. March beer pumps are designed for brewing hot water and hot wort and can accommodate the high temperatures associated with brewing beer. They have flows up to 170 GPM, 27 ft. of head, and temperatures up to 250° F.


Request a Quote
Buy Online!
Download Brochure

March specializes in a wide range of precise, highly reliable magnetic drive centrifugal pumps. March pumps can be designed for just about any application including aquariums, ice makers, and chemical and industrial process equipment. With a wide range of liquid handling capabilities, March pumps handle a seemingly infinite number of fluids from water to highly corrosive or acidic solutions, as well as high temperature liquids. Many designs are available from air-cooled to fully submersible electric-powered unit motors to air motor-driven models to meet fluid system or fluid process needs. The seal-less magnetic drive pumps are your source for reliable, efficient solutions to difficult pump system problems in the Midwest.

March’s magnetically coupled drive pumps completely eliminate the need for shafts and seals. The advantages of this technology include, no need for seal maintenance, leak-proof, efficient friction-free operation to reduce power consumption, built in overload protection, easy pump repair, and reliability over many years of pump service life. Each pump is engineered to meet or exceed potential job demands. With a wide range of elastomers, metals and other materials, March pumps are capable of adjusting to the compatibility needs of any fluid process. With an enormous selection of motors, materials, and other options March pumps can be customized to your unique application.

Visit March’s Website