Pumps FAQs

When a pump works without enough liquid, it is known as dry running. This causes a rise in pressure, flow, or overheating, which causes the pump to malfunction. Shock waves are generated inside the pump, causing considerable damage to the pumping mechanism.
There are two basic types of water pumps: centrifugal and positive displacement. Both types are designed to move water from one place to another continuously. A centrifugal water pump uses a rotating impeller to move water into the pump and pressurize the discharge flow. Positive displacements water pumps, on the other hand, use the mechanical contraction and expansion of a flexible diaphragm to produce a set volume of flow.

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