Centrifugal pumps are used to move liquid through a piping system for food, chemical, water treatment and wastewater applications, among others. The liquid enters the centrifugal pump, where it goes onto an impeller that flings the liquid out and away, changing the fluidâ€™s direction, causing acceleration and thereby increasing pressure. Centrifugal pumps keep liquids moving continuously for transporting, removing, loading and elevating fluids.
Centrifugal Pumps: Used in Almost Every Industry
Centrifugal pumps are used in nearly every industry for a broad range of applications. Use centrifugal pumps to treat wastewater, remove or load water on vessels or ships, elevate sewage, transfer and neutralize acids, purify water and bleach and disinfect food processing machinery. Centrifugal pumps can be implemented in almost any production line, making industrial processes more efficient. We can a large selection of centrifugal pumps from many manufacturers. Browse our inventory here.