What Industrial and Commercial Applications Require a Centrifugal Pump?

How do you know when a centrifugal pump is the right pump? Centrifugal pumps are designed for certain industries and have specific uses. We will explain how a centrifugal pump works and then describe some of its uses in specific industries.

What is a Centrifugal Pump and How Does it Work?

A centrifugal pump has an impeller on the inside of a casing. Liquids are forced into the centre or “eye” of the impeller. The impeller rotates and the rotational force is converted into centrifugal force. The liquid is propelled out the impeller channel into the volute chamber, where some of the force is turned into pressure due to less space in the casing.

Centrifugal Pump For Industrial and Commercial Applications

Advantages of Centrifugal Pumps

Centrifugal pumps are known for high efficiency with low power consumption. This combination is crucial in a commercial building, for example, where many centrifugal pumps may be used. Because of their simple design, they are known for durability and low maintenance.

Uses for Centrifugal Pumps

Centrifugal pumps are used in buildings for pumping the general water supply, as a booster and for domestic water supplies. The design of a centrifugal pump makes them useful for pumping sewage and slurries. They are also used in fire protection systems and for heating and cooling applications. In addition, they are popular in the beverage, dairy, food and light chemical industries.

Our Centrifugal Pumps

At Pump Solutions Australasia, we import centrifugal pumps from two global companies: Grundfos and Speck Pumpen. Both have reputations for producing some of the finest, most reliable pumps in the world.

How to Decide

If you don’t know, the best way to figure out what kind of pump you need is to call Pump Solutions Australasia. Our customer service staff is second to none in the industry. We go to the ends of the earth to find and import the best pump for any job because we know your business can’t afford downtime.

To learn more, call us today: 1300 922 973.