Centrifugal Pumps are the most common type of process pump today and the design offers multiple advantages.
Centrifugal pumps operate by using rotating impellers that are immersed in the fluid inside of a casing. The flow and pressure velocity of kinetic energy forces the fluid around the casing to the discharge outlet. Liquids are moved at a higher velocity with faster impeller rotation, or larger diameter impellers.
Centrifugal pumps are usually the preferred choice for applications that are pumping lower viscosity (thin) liquids and for systems that require high flow rates.
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Similar to a centrifugal pump, however, pitot tube design is capable of very high discharge pressures in a single stage. Ideal applications include plant wash-down and high pressure hydrocarbon processing in refineries (oil and gas), central cleaning systems, hydro-blast cleaning, boiler feed, and water injection.