When purchasing a slurry pump, the maintenance and longevity of components are crucial in the pump’s success.
There are many different types of pumps on the market, this article will help you understand the differences between each pump type.
If you're looking to install a pump, your first consideration should be its purpose. What do you need your pump to do?
To select the pump which will best suit your purposes, you need to know your pressure requirements: How much pressure do you need to generate in order to transfer a volume of fluid from point A to point B?
It's important that you know the flow rate of your system. Flow rate is how much fluid you can transport within a given time.
Friction can significantly impair your pump's performance. It can reduce your head pressure to such a degree that it can be impossible to transport a fluid efficiently. More than this,
If your pump has low flow or head pressure, or is performing erratically, you need to find out what the issue is quickly. One common problem is that a pump is not receiving the right amount of power.