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Centrifugal pump is a type of pump used to transport liquids. Using the centrifugal force, it pulls the liquid towards the center of the pump and is pushed from the center by a high-speed rotating impeller (rotor).
In this way, the liquid moves forward through the pipes in the pump body.
The operation of the centrifugal pump is based on a simple principle. It consists of two main parts: the stator (fixed part) and the rotor (rotating part). The stator is in the form of a pipe or channel that determines the flow direction of the liquid. The rotor is an impeller mounted on a shaft located in the center of the pump. The impeller pulls the fluid towards the center and accelerates it as it spins.
Centrifugal pump types:
- Industrial Centrifugal Pumps: Used in the chemical, petroleum, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, mining and other industries. It is designed to carry liquids at high flow and high pressure.
- Drainage Centrifugal Pumps: Designed for water drainage, sludge pumping and other drainage applications. Portable and fixed models are available.
- Sewage Centrifugal Pumps: Designed for pumping wastewater, sewage and sewage. Specially designed for heavy-duty applications.
- Industrial Centrifugal Pumps: Designed for petroleum and petrochemical industry, gas, chemical industry, energy sector applications and other industrial applications. It is designed to carry liquids at high flow and high pressure.
- Operation Centrifugal Pumps: They are designed to carry liquids used in enterprises. It can be used for a variety of applications such as water, chemicals, oils and other liquids.
Centrifugal pumps can be manufactured from different materials for different applications, as well as in different sizes that can operate at different flow rates and pressure ranges.