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Chemical transfer & dosing pumps for aggressive fluids

Chemical pumps are designed and manufactured specifically to ensure that they are able to handle aggressive and corrosive liquids. Often chemical resistant pumps are manufactured from stainless steel or plastic, but it is always important that it is checked that the materials of construction are compatible with the specific chemical composition of the fluid being handled within the process. For example, some chemical transfer pumps are only required for the pumping of a less corrosive liquid such as a cosmetic product. However, some chemicals are much more aggressive or hazardous and need to be built to stricter criteria.

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The performance requirements of a chemical pump very much depends on the process at hand, for example they may be required to transfer large volumes or they may be a chemical metering pump required to dose very specific quantities. Chemical process pumps are often centrifugal or chemical magnetic drive pumps as the absence of their seal limits the chance of leaking of aggressive fluids.

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 Chemical pumps are utilized to transfer chemicals and also are made to be immune to harsh and rough industrial fluids such as gas, paint, bleach, solvents.

Chemical Pumps

Chemical pumps measure and dispense chemicals within metered water treatment systems. Chemical metering pump systems treat well water systems. Chemical transfer magnetic drive pumps move liquids such as mild acids, mild alkalis, and saltwater, and they isolate the pump mechanism from the motor to help eliminate seal-caused friction loss, wear, contamination, and leakage.

Chemical transfer & dosing pumps for aggressive fluids

Chemical pumps are designed and manufactured specifically to ensure that they are able to handle aggressive and corrosive liquids. Often chemical resistant pumps are manufactured from stainless steel or plastic, but it is always important that it is checked that the materials of construction are compatible with the specific chemical composition of the fluid being handled within the process. For example, some chemical transfer pumps are only required for the pumping of a less corrosive liquid such as a cosmetic product. However, some chemicals are much more aggressive or hazardous and need to be built to stricter criteria.

Chemical pumps can be either centrifugal pump or a favorable variation pump depending on the details application. The most usual chemical centrifugal pump is the ANSI process pump, which is a single-staged end suction pump.

Numerous chemical pumps are additionally favorable variation pumps such as screw pumps, AODD pumps, double diaphragm pumps, or bettor pumps. These pumps are used to relocate liquid chemicals at high pressures.

The right chemical pump for every purpose

Chemical pumps are used for unloading raw materials, their preparation, in processing and in transformation processes up to the storage and in many other areas, such as wastewater treatment. The decision on which pump is used in the end depends chiefly on the chemical properties of the pumped medium and the operational safety aspects.

Further details about the technical features and the possible application areas is located on the detail pages of the respective pump technologies. The chemical pumps manufactured by our members are suitable for all types of applications with and without direct contact with the chemical.

Sichuan Zigong Pump & Valve Co., Ltd. shorted as Zigong Pump & Valve, is the biggest chemical pump manufacturer with full specifications in West China. It was formerly known as Zigong Pump Factory which was designated as the key manufacturer of slurry pumps and anti-corrosive pumps by the former Mechanical & Industrial Ministry of China.

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What is a pump and its types?

A pump is a device that moves fluids (liquids or gases), or sometimes slurries, by mechanical action, typically converted from electrical energy into Hydraulic energy. Pumps can be classified into three major groups according to the method they use to move the fluid: direct lift, displacement, and gravity pumps.


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