Plastic Pump

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Some plastic pumps can move abrasive, acid, adhesives, chemicals and concrete, as well as coolants, hazardous, liquid metals, and lubricants. Others are rated for high temperatures, corrosive media, high viscosity or combustible materials. Plastic pumps can also be used to move gasoline, oil, and diesel fuel; ground water; potable water; salt water; wastewater; sewage and slurry; gas, air; solids, powders, rendering wastes; as well as a variety liquids and liquids that contain solids. There are many options for plastic pumps. An operator can set the speed of an adjustable speed pump, while continuous duty pumps operate at a 100% duty cycle. Pumps that are run dry can be operated for extended periods of time without the need to use pumped fluid or any external lubrication. The self-priming pump is designed to maintain a vacuum that is high enough to draw fluid into the outlet without any external assistance. Utility pumps can include a pressure gage, pressure gauge, level control device or suction. Other utility pumps include close-coupled, plug-in, seal-less, multi-stage and corrosion-resistant, as well as portable, plug-in, and multi-stage models. There are also washdown, hygienic and sanitary models. Non-clog pumps are able to move stringy or sticky materials. Pumps that have strainers or filters trap solids. Frame-mounted devices allow the pump to be mounted on a bearing frame which is connected to the motor. Important specifications for plastic pumps include maximum discharge flow, maximum discharge pressure, inlet size, discharge size, and media temperature. There are many power sources, including alternating current (AC), direct (DC), compressed gas, gasoline, diesel fuel and hydraulic systems. Pumps without a power source usually have a shaft to connect to a motor. Pumps that are not powered by a power source typically have a drive shaft for connection to a motor. These include agriculture, horticulture and dairy farms, breweries, distilleries, construction and flood control. Food service and food processing are also examples. Power generation and oil and gas production are other uses. Also, plastic pumps are used in aerospace, defense, automotive, machine tools, mining, medical pharmaceutical, semiconductor, paper, and other industries. There are also devices for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC). Cryogenic pumps can be used in conditions where temperatures are too low for gases to condense and become liquids or solids.
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