Piston Diaphragm Pumps

Piston Diaphragm Pumps

Piston Diaphragm Pumps

Piston diaphragm pumps are a type of positive displacement pump that moves fluid, usually powered by compressed air or hydraulic pressure. These pumps work with the pressure difference of the diaphragms between the pistons. Its main features are:

Working Principle: These pumps work by moving the diaphragm, usually located between two pistons, due to the pressure difference. This movement allows the fluid to be pumped from one direction to the other.

Reliability: They are generally reliable and durable. They may be made of materials with high corrosion resistance, thus making them resistant to chemicals.

Flexible Applications: These pumps can be used for different types of liquids. They offer a wide range of uses, such as the transfer of chemicals, dosing processes or industrial applications.

High Pressure Capacity: Some models are suitable for high pressure applications. This may be ideal for meeting certain industrial requirements.

Sealing and Leak Prevention: Diaphragm structure prevents leaks and prevents direct contact of the liquid, ensuring a safe and clean operation.

Piston diaphragm pumps are used for liquid transfer or dosing operations in many areas such as the chemical industry, oil and gas industry, water treatment plants, food and beverage industry. Different models of these pumps are chosen for a specific application or liquid transportation need.

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