Where and How Diaphragm Pumps are Used
Longevity is important in many aspects of life. You want cars to last. You want relationships to be long and beneficial. You buy electronics and houses as an investment for long-term use. Items are expensive us lose, repair and replace, so you want to make sure investments are made well the first time. When you buy a diaphragm pump, it’s for the long run.
Diaphragm pumps are perfect for the laboratory and medical operations. The pump is oil free and very quiet. This is why they have particularly long lives. They can hermetically seal the drive space allowing for little vibration and no contamination to pass through the pump. The pump’s internal pumps do not rub together either. This does a great job protecting the mechanical parts of the pump from corrosion. Using positive displacement to move liquids, diaphragm pumps use one diaphragm and one chamber.
Diaphragm pumps can be made of many different materials, but they are typically made of ethylene propylene (EPDM), plastic, rubber, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and elastomers. These materials are used because they have a particular resistance to sunlight, weathering, chemicals and ozone. The outside of the pumps are made of aluminum, brass or bronze, stainless steel, cast iron or plastic. The casings of the pumps are able to tolerate high temperatures and exposure to many different solvents, oils and water.
Defense, aerospace, agriculture and horticulture, automotive, medical, construction, food and beverage, brewery and distillery, pharmaceutical, HVAC, mining and machine tool are just a few industries and applications where you will see diaphragm pumps utilized. Diaphragm pumps can be used to make artificial pumps, they can be used in air pumps small fish tank filters, and they run on up to a 97 percent efficiency and can handle very harsh liquids. These pumps can be used for and found in industrial, chemical and hygienic applications.