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Industrial Pumps

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Centrifugal Pumps

Centrifugal pumps use rotational kinetic energy to transport low viscosity fluids like water, oils, acids, bases, and organics. They feature either a single-stage or multi-stage impeller driven by an electric motor or combustion engine. This type of pump works best for low pressure, high capacity pumping applications. Industries that typically use centrifugal pumps include irrigation, petrochemical, and others involving water or chemical circulation.

Diaphragm Pumps

Diaphragm pumps are a type of positive displacement pump used in low flow and low-pressure fluid pumping applications. The interior of a diaphragm pump contains a diagram that flexes from side to side with the application of compressed air or hydraulic fluid, creating a pumping action.  Diaphragm pumps work well with abrasive and corrosive substances and can operate dry without damaging the pump components. They are also self-priming and highly efficient.

Progressive Cavity Pumps

Progressive cavity pumps (also called progressing cavity pumps) are a type of positive displacement pump featuring a metallic rotor housed in a vulcanized rubber stator. These pumps move media continuously and slowly and are ideal for shear sensitive substances. Progressive cavity pumps are low-maintenance and have a design that makes it easy to regulate flow.

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