Centrifugal pumps are mainly used for pumping water in industrial and residential properties. These machines move liquids with the help of kinetic energy that is stored in the motor. Their main function is to move water and cause liquid to flow, however, centrifugal pumps are also used in sewage, food processing plants, water treatment plants, manufacturing plants, chemical and petroleum industries and they have become extremely popular the past few years.
Centrifugal pumps find their applications in pumping all types of low viscosity fluids at a moderate pressure. Then can also easily handle liquids having high proportions of suspended solids present in them.
Our Centrifugal pumps are available in various different materials such as metal, plastic and ceramic. Steam turbines, high-speed electric motors and internal combustion engines all use centrifugal pumps. No valves are used in this machine.
A centrifugal pump converts energy in a liquid by accelerating fluid to the outer rim of the impeller. The amount of energy given to the liquid corresponds to the velocity at the edge or vane tip of the impeller. The bigger the impeller or the faster the impeller spins, then the higher the velocity of the liquid at the vane tip and the greater the energy transferred to the liquid.