Features of Vertical Centrifugal Pump
The vertical centrifugal pump is a powerful and efficient way to move liquids in the vertical direction. These pumps utilize a unique shaft and bearing support configuration that allows the volute to hang in the sump while the bearings are outside of the liquid.
This design provides many advantages including high chemical and thermal resistance, robust construction, and suitability for continuous operation. Additionally, the weldless construction of these pumps makes them easy to maintain and results in low maintenance costs.
The pump is comprised of a motor, discharge head, one or more flanged columns to house the impellers, and a volute. The pump is able to pressurize liquids and move them in the vertical direction upwards through a pipe. The pump is also designed for continuous operation and features weldless construction which makes it easy to maintain. Additionally, the pump is highly resistant to chemicals and thermal damage, making it an ideal choice for a variety of different applications.