Diaphragm metering pumps moves a precise volume of media at a continuous rate. These pumps offer adjustable flow rates, which can either be changed by adjusting the stroke length or by the pulses. This allows for easy operation for staff.
Features of the metering pumps includes, but is not limited to:
Metering / dosing pumps draw a measured amount of liquid into its chamber and injects the media into a tank or pipe that contains the fluid being dosed.
There are multiple components within a metering / dosing pump that ensure consistent dosing:
Can we use dosing pumps for petrochemical and chemical processing?
Yes, you can. Dosing pumps can also be used to move gasoline, diesel fuel and oil; ground water, potable water, salt water and wastewater; sewage, sludge, slurry and ash slurry; gas and air, powders, solids and rendering wastes; and a variety of liquids and liquids with solids.
Where do I buy 98% sulphuric acid dosing pumps?
The range of dosing pumps available from Global Pumps are suitable for high concentrations of sulphuric acid.
Where do you deliver and what is your estimated shipping times?
Global Pumps provide speedy delivery to your door, no matter your location across Australia.
|Locations||Shipping Time Range|
|Mt Isa||3-5 Days|
Global Pumps offer a wide range of ProMinent pumps for a variety of dosing applications.
These solenoid-driven metering pumps are low-wear for low capacities. A magnet moves the solenoid shaft forwards and backwards by switching on and off. Two non-return valves prevent the dosing medium blowing back during pumping.
Features of the solenoid-driven metering pumps include:
The motor-driven metering pumps provide high dosing precision and robust technology. The rotation of an electric motor is stepped down by a worm gear and converted via a cam into a linear stroke movement. The slide rod transmits this stroke movement to the diaphragm in the dosing head.
Features of the motor-drive metering pump includes:
If you need some guidance on how to select the right pump then you’re not alone! There’s such a wide range of pumps in Australia, from centrifugal pumps to hose pumps to diaphragm pumps. The options available to you can make it a difficult choice, so we’ve created this special guide to help step you through the process of selecting the ideal pump for your requirements.