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There are two general types of water pumps: centrifugal pumps and positive displacement design type. Both types follow the same purpose, which is to move water from one point to another continuously. These two major components have a wide variety of options that might be used depending on your project specific needs.
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Classification of pumps.
Many kinds of pumps are used in distribution systems. Pumps that lift surface water and move it to a nearby treatment plant are called low-lift pumps. These move large volumes of water at relatively low discharge pressures. Pumps that discharge treated water into arterial…
Rotary Vane Primer
Rotary positive displacement (PD) pumps are not well understood by many specifying engineers and users and are sometimes misapplied, incorrectly specified or simply not used where they could or should be. This article explores the areas of commonality between centrifugal and PD pumps and ten common PD pump misconceptions and the reality behind each.
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The compact rotary lobe pump pumps viscose and even abrasive media at up to 100 m³-h and also with reversible pumping direction thanks to its valveless construction. Housing, plunger and seals are available in different materials to match the medium.
Positive Displacement (PD) Rotary Lobe Pumps for Wellpointing
According to Waste Water columnist "Dr Sludge", users are dissatisfied with their sludge pump in approx 60% of all new installations. He attributes this primarily to poor engineering and installation. Our sister company, LobePro is committed to making sure our sludge pumps are a success in our customers. Why would our pump be a success when 60% of users are dissatisfied with their sludge pump?