Barmesa Centrifugal Pumps
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End-Suction Centrifugal Pumps
End-suction pumps are a type of centrifugal pump that are designed with the suction on one end and the discharge going out from the top. They provide momentum to the fluid moving into the pump with the help of impellers immersed in the fluid. This momentum increases the pressure and flow at the discharge end of the pump. End-suction pumps have a broad range of applications across many industries. Examples of industries that use them include air conditioning, heating and ventilation, refrigeration, drainage and sprinkler systems.
Vertical In-Line Centrifugal Pumps
Vertical in-line pumps are a popular type of centrifugal pump that are highly efficient at transferring fluids. They have a specially designed shaft and bearing support system that allows the pump’s volute to stay in the pump, while at the same time, the bearings remain on the outside of the pump. Vertical in-line pumps can be used in operations where the fluid in a piping system needs pressurization, such as for hot water circulation in commercial buildings as well as irrigation systems on farms.
Vertical Multi-Stage Centrifugal Pumps
Vertical multi-stage pumps can be recognized by their distinctive long and narrow look. They are highly efficient, and are created by putting together a series of impellers and volutes. These impellers and volutes combinations are known as the stages inside the pump. Vertical multi-stage pumps can be used in groundwater extraction where water from the water table in the soil is extracted, either for consumption processes or to lower the water table before a scheduled excavation. They can also be used to provide the fluid pressure for high-pressure shower systems, as well as providing the boiler feed water and de-superheated feed water.