What is a Centrifugal Pump?  Centrifugal pumps are ideal in applications where fluids, such as chemicals, water, and light oils, need to be transferred at low-pressure rates, high capacity, and lower viscosity. In layman’s terms, it is a pump that uses rotating impellers to move fluids...

Advantages and Disadvantages of Submersible Pumps Submersible pumps are used in multiple applications from removing excess water from household basements to moving oil from the ground to offshore oil rigs. Hermetically sealed and immersed in liquid, these pumps can move water from depths to the...

The Most Common Uses for Centrifugal Pumps Ranking high in efficiency due to their simple design, centrifugal pumps are used over a wide range of applications. Their versatility in size, reliability, production of high flow rates, and ease of operation make them the ideal continuous...

How Do Drum Pumps Work and What Are They Used For? Finding a way to safely transfer fluids from one container to another is required for thousands of applications. Usually, these transfers involve harsh chemicals, acids, or viscous liquids that demand special handling by heavy-duty pumping...

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