Centrifugal Pumps

Centrifugal Pumps

Centrifugal pumps are commonly used for low viscosity (thin) liquids pumped at high flow rates. Industrial, commercial and municipal applications use these pumps because they are normally quickly installed and easy to repair.

The key parts of a centrifugal pump are the impeller, in essence a wheel with vanes, and the circular pump casing that surrounds it. Liquid typically enters the pump at the center of the rotating impeller, and the vanes propel the liquid outward at high speeds. Centrifugal pressure propels the liquid through an outlet opening in the case.

Common types of centrifugal pumps include: end suction pumps, booster pumps, regenerative turbine pumps, fire pumps, mag drive pumps and submersible pumps.

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Wilden Pumps
Since 1955, Wilden Pumps has been the market leader in air-operated double-diaphragm pumps.



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Viking Pump
Viking Pump provides an unmatched combination of application expertise and positive displacement pumping products to meet your pumping needs.



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Liquiflo Equipment Company is an international company that engineers, manufactures, and markets sealed and mag-drive, positive displacement and centrifugal pumps.



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Liquid Controls
Liquid Controls has been dedicated to providing high quality flow meters and accessories for accurate liquid measurement in both custody transfer and process control applications.



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Red Seal Measurement
Red Seal Measurement systems are specially designed to provide unsurpassed service in the most demanding measurement applications, from refined fuel custody transfer to exacting batching operations in the food and chemical industries.



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Neptune ​metering pumps deliver precise, adjustable flow rates to move a measured volume of liquid over a specified time.



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