Although few industrial plants use self-priming pumps, there are a number of key benefits. Often, operation and design principles for these pumps are misunderstood, which is a shame. This type of pump is designed to free itself of vapor anytime it becomes air-bound. With that done, the pump continues normal operation without needing […]
Magnetic drive pumps are designed to be driven by the force of magnets. Because of this, pumps of this kind do not have the shaft coming out of the pump casing, hence there is no need for shaft sealing devises such as gland packing or mechanical seals.
With magnetic drive pumps, an […]
A multistage centrifugal pump is designed with two or more impellers. Depending on the brand and configuration, the impellers might be mounted on the same or different shafts. If high pressures at the outlet are required, impellers can also be connected in series whereas for high flow output, they are typically connected parallel.
Using a multistage […]
When it comes to centrifugal pumps, one of the most common types are end suction pumps. Usually, these pumps are single stage, highly effective, and cost-efficient. In addition to these pumps being made from various materials and available in different sizes, there are unique applications according to application.
Based on whether the customer needs a […]