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In high-volume applications at low to moderate pressures, centrifugal pumps are dynamic-displacement devices capable of handling low-viscosity fluids. Their uncomplicated nature and few moving components make them the pump of choice in many industrial environments where it is important to transfer water and other fluids of similar viscosities, often in large quantities. They are not particularly adept at generating high pressures, unlike positive displacement devices, nor are they good at moving dense fluids such as pastes and slurries. Many are able to handle solids that may be required for sewage pumps. This article addresses the types and operation of centrifugal pumps and includes a few common applications.
Main Components of Centrifugal Pumps are-
3. Suction & Delivery Pipes
Types of Centrifugal pumps
It is possible to classify centrifugal pumps based on various factors, such as architecture, construction, operation, industry, type of service, etc. Here, we look at the various types of centrifugal pumps depending on the number of impellers used in the construction of the pump:
1. Single Stage pump- It has, as the name suggests, a single impeller. The single-stage centrifugal pump design and maintenance are very basic. In order to produce massive flow rates, these pumps are fine. In low-pressure environments, they work well. Single-stage pumps are primarily used in high flow and low to moderate TDHH applications (Total Dynamic Head).
2. The two-stage Pump- There are two impellers in these pumps that operate side by side. It is used primarily for applications that require moderate TDH.
3. Multi-Stage Pump- Multi-stage centrifugal pumps are connected in series to more than two impellers. It is primarily used for applications where high TDH is needed.
A range of requirements controls centrifugal end-suction pumps to ensure that they are dimensionally consistent with each other and that the baseplate mounting and the intake and outlet piping of the original pump can fit a replacement pump from another supplier.
Most pumps are designed for horizontal operation and, along with the motors driving them, are bolted to bedplates, then aligned and connected by flexible couplings. Close-coupled pumps directly connect their impellers to extended motor shafts, removing the risk of misalignment or the need for couplings.
Vertical pumps are commonly known as dry- or wet-pit types, with dry-pit pumps usually used in major drainage and irrigation operations or in large steam plants for condensate circulation. To save space, they are also used on ships. Vertical turbine pumps, propeller pumps (both axial-flow pumps), sewage pumps, volute pumps, and sump pumps include wet-pit pumps.
At the suction inlet, sewage pumps often employ a helical feature to pull solids into the impeller. For coping with solids, maceration pumps are also used.
Jet pumps for residential well water are commonly used. The jet is a venturi that allows the water from the well to be raised by the centrifugal pump.
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