THE MOST COMMON TYPE OF PUMP USED FOR TRANSFER OF FLUIDS
Centrifugal process pumps are one of the most common pump types used in industrial processing applications because they’re engineered to be low-maintenance, easy to operate and highly efficient. The fact that centrifugal pumps are the most popular choice for fluid movement makes them a strong contender for many applications. The chemical and process industries use a variety of centrifugal pumps for applications such as chemicals, paints, cellulose, hydrocarbons, food and beverage, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals and sugar refining.
These pumps are ideal for low-viscosity fluids that can tolerate high flow rates without risk of degradation. As such, they are frequently used to transfer sewage, petroleum and chemicals, but especially water and wastewater. Other common applications include supplying water, boosting pressure, assisting fire protection systems, hot water circulation, and regulating boiler water.
There are a wide range of centrifugal pumps available out there that will deliver the fluid-transfer needed to optimize your operation over the long term. Centrifugal pumps are your best option to provide simple and low-cost solutions to most low pressure, high capacity pumping applications. Undoubtedly, these are the perfect choice in delivering liquids from one location to another in numerous industries. The wide range of materials of construction make them suitable for a large range of industries and chemicals.
TYPES OF CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
- ANSI Process
- End Suction
- High Temperature
- Magnetically Driven
- Recessed Impeller
- Split Case