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Newtonian fluid, non Newtonian fluid, rheopectic, thixotropic, dilatant... what's the difference between these liquid properties? More importantly, what does it matter?
The ability to read pump curves is essential to long-term pump performance. In new applications, they aid in the selection of a pump that meets performance requirements.
Centrifugal pumps utilize an impeller inside a volute to transfer rotational energy into hydraulic energy by imparting a centrifugal force on a given liquid. As the most common pump type, they are widely applied in the industry across various applications. Often applied to clean and thin liquids, different designs can handle solids, sludges, and slurries.
Many different subcategories and designs exist using centrifugal force to adapt to applications such as vertical cantilever, multistage, recessed impeller, seal-less, magdrive.