Chemical Injection Pumps

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Chemical Injection Pumps are specially designed and manufactured operate with specific fluid handling requirements. These requirements depend on the specific chemical fluid, temperature, and pressure which the injection pump will be operating.

Chemical injection pumps are used in a variety of applications. These applications include injecting a quantity of fluid chemical into a water stream for mixing, such as, agricultural pesticide delivery systems. Other applications include chemical manufacturing and processing. Other applications are oil and gas production, cryogenic, automotive, pulp and paper manufacturing, food processing, and semiconductors.

Common pump types used as chemical injection pumps are gear pumps, centrifugal pumps, positive displacement pumps, diaphragm pumps, and metering type pumps. For pumping extremely caustic chemicals, pump types which such as centrifugal, and gear pumps are most popular. These pumps are easily designed and manufactured using chemical resistant materials.

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