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Vertical Turbine Pumps
Vertical turbine pumps are centrifugal pumps specially designed to move water from an underground well or reservoir. They're also known a deep well turbine pumps or a line shaft turbine pumps.
Slurry Pumps
Slurry pumps are ideal pump for handling abrasive or solids-laden fluid.
Magnetic Drive Pumps
Magnetic drive pumps are driven by the force of magnets instead of being directly coupled to a motor. Such pumps do not require a mechanical shaft seal, and as an added benefit, they are also leak-proof. They're typically centrifugal pumps, though there are some that are considered rotary positive displacement pumps.
Axial Flow Pumps
Axial flow pump use impellers with vanes to direct flow in the same direction as the shaft - axially -- rather than radially, which is 90 degrees from the shaft. Learn all about axial flow pumps, how they work and what applications they are used in.
Scroll Compressor Review
A scroll compressor (also called spiral compressor, scroll pump and scroll vacuum pump) is a free standing involute spiral which is bounded on one side by a solid flat plane, or base.
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