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WHAT IS A CHEMICAL PUMP AND HOW DOES IT WORK?

by Kijeka Engineers material handling equipment manufacturer
If the liquid you're transporting is still not compatible with a regular pump, you'll need a kijeka chemical pump. When transferring viscous or aggressive chemicals, they are sometimes used. Sulphuric acids, methanol, and hydrochloric acid are examples of chemical liquids widely used for chemical pumps.

They outlast traditional pumps by a long shot. Providing you with the ability to transfer fluids in a number of ways. A centrifugal pump or a positive displacement pump are the two most common types of pumps; which one you use would depend on the particular application.


Types of Chemical Pumps


Centrifugal Pumps
This pump is ideal for transferring or transporting corrosive or hostile chemicals. It generates rotational speed by using centrifugal forces. Allowing you to transport toxic materials without worrying about accidents or leaks.

Drum Pumps
You will move chemicals from a 220 litre (55 gallon) drum using Kijeka Drum Pump. Making it easy to transport chemicals and acids from a much acclaimed barrel drum.

Air Operated Diaphragms Pumps
So these chemical pumps come in a variety of sizes and configurations, it's important to choose one that's right for you. A flow check valve is included with a diaphragm pump to effectively decrease leakage.Dosing Pumps
The pump's high efficiency in moving highly acidic and destructive chemicals is due to the velocity provided by centrifugal forces. Rotating impellers can help to increase velocity and transfer fluids into an outlet valve by using rotating impellers.

Kijeka Engineers will provide you chemical pumps as per your chemical visous and as per your requiremet. contact us and find right pumps from us.


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