Diesel-driven centrifugal pumps
A centrifugal pump converts the energy of a rotational movement of any driver into displacement of a liquid by unbsing centrifugal forces.
These type of pumps consist of a number of basic components:
The impeller rotates in the pump casing, also known as the volute.
In the pump casing are openings where the liquid enters, the discharge opening and an opening where the driveshaft enters.
The driveshaft connects the impeller to the drive. Thanks to the seals, liquids cannot leak out of the pump through the drive shaft.
The most common seals are the packing and mechanical seal.
Functionality of a centrifugal pump
When the drive begins, the range of the centrifugal pump rotates because the drive axle is linked directly. The pumping liquid comes in to movement. The centrifugal force boosts the liquid out of the pump casing. The velocity is converted into pressure, making the liquid leave the centrifugal pump. A fluid flow arises due to the different pressure between the inlet and exhaust pipe.
Holland Special Pumps has pumps and pump units with various capacities in stock. Our submersible pumps are available for rental and sale.
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The diesel-driven centrifugal pumps can be delivered with an ATEX certificate. This is necessary when you are pumping in potentially explosive environments. Our pumps are available in various designs and capacities.