Commercial Pumps

A commercial pump, by definition, is pump equipment that moves fluids-state substance by its mechanical action for commercial applications. Pumps can be categorized into three major models based on the method of those pumps exploited to move the target fluids. These three models are determined by the way they move fluids, and there are direct lift, displacement, and gravity methods. That is, there are direct lift pumps, displacement pumps, and gravity pump respectively.

Commercial pumps are typically operated by either typically reciprocating or rotary mechanisms, and consume energy to perform mechanical work moving the fluid, rendering the liquid transmission performance. Commercial pumps can also be classified in another way. That is, submerged in the fluid in which they are pumping or be placed external to the fluid. Besides, pumps can be categorized by their method of displacement into positive displacement pumps, impulse pumps, velocity pumps, gravity pumps, steam pumps, and valve-less pumps. Besides, there are two basic types of pumps, that is, positive displacement and centrifugal. These types of classifications are used in both theoretical and commercial pump manufacturing, while in the commercial usages, the main purpose is for industrial application.

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