Pump

Centrifugal pump is a positive displacement pump having vanes that rotate in a casing and moves the fluid around so that it acquires higher momentum to discharge from its extreme and into a volute casing which surrounds the impeller and which the fluid is conducted to the discharge pipe.

Centrifugal Pump, How It Is Used, Applications And Types

Centrifugal pump is a positive displacement pump having vanes that rotate in a casing and moves the fluid around so that it acquires higher momentum to discharge from its extreme and into a volute casing which surrounds the impeller and which the fluid is conducted to the discharge pipe.There are three general categories that centrifugal pumps fall into: mixed flow, axial flow, and radial flow. Axial flow centrifugal pumps are centrifugal pumps that use the direct action of the impeller on the liquid to develop pressure.