How does a centrifugal pump work?
A centrifugal pump is a type of pump that moves fluids such as liquids by using centrifugal force. It is made up of an impeller positioned on a shaft and housed in a casing that rotates to produce a circular motion that draws fluid in from the center and pushes it outwards.
The fluid enters the impeller axially and flows through the pump due to the pressure differential caused by the spinning movement.
Centrifugal pumps are widely employed in a variety of applications and are noted for their ease of use, adaptability, and reliability. Pumps are required in a pipe system to transport fluids and overcome flow resistances and geodetic heads, and centrifugal pumps are hydraulic flow equipment categorized according to their structure and method of energy conversion.
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