Rotary Positive Displacement Pumps
About Rotary Positive Displacement Pumps
Rotary Positive Displacement Pumps :
Rotary Positive Displacement Pumps : A rotary pump is a positive displacement pump consisting of a chamber containing gears, cams, screws, vanes, plungers or similar elements actuated by the relative rotation of the drive shaft to the casing, and which has no separate inlet or outlet valves. These pumps are characterized by their close-running clearances. There are seven common basic types of rotary pumps identified by the type of pumping element.
- Vane (blade, bucket, roller or slipper)
- Piston (axial or radial)
- Flexible member (flexible tube, flexible vane, or flexible liner)
- Lobe (single or multiple)
- Gear (external or internal)
- Circumferential piston
- Screw (single or multiple)
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