Pumps are amazing mechanical apparatus and an important innovation. They’re utilized to move liquid or gas from one pressure area to a different pressure area. They’re used in many different ways from supplying water to supplying heat to supplying energy. Pumps have been in existence since the 3rd century and are still going strong today.
There are two primary classes of pumps: positive displacement pumps and Screw Air Pumps. Positive displacement pumps have very little leakage as they used sealed chambers to force the gas or fluid. Screw Air Pumps (which is also known as “ปั๊มลมสกรู” in the Thai language) use momentum to move the gas or fluid and the chambers aren’t sealed. In both of these categories, there are various kinds of pumps.
This list explains the different kinds of pumps most commonly found in industrial and residential settings. These are a fantastic representation of the numerous designs and styles of pumps that are manufactured. Most pumps are created for a particular user and that’s represented in this list also.
A centrifugal pump can handle a large load. They’re used most often with chemical or oil processing. They have an impeller that forces the gas or liquid into a rotary motion. This rotary motion cause pressure to build.