What is a chemical pump? Chemical pumps are used to transfer chemicals and are designed to be resistant to corrosive and abrasive industrial liquids such as fuel, paint, bleach, solvents, etc.
Chemical pumps can be either centrifugal pump or a positive displacement pump depending on the specific application. The most common chemical centrifugal pump is the ANSI process pump, which is a single-staged end suction pump.
Many chemical pumps are also positive displacement pumps such as screw pumps, AODD pumps, double diaphragm pumps, or plunger pumps. These pumps are used to move liquid chemicals at high pressures.
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