Diaphragm Pump Manufacturers
Looking for a diaphragm pump manufacturer?
There are dozens of diaphragm pump manufacturers in the market, but which one is right for you? PumpScout can help.
Below are a few listed suppliers, but you can also use the search module to the right of this page to connect with additional companies, including local distributors.
Working with a diaphragm pump manufacturer can have some big advantages. One advantage is the manufacturer can help analyze your system to ensure that the pump is sized properly, reducing any unnecessary maintenance or repair work.
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Diaphragm pumps are used in many applications across the industrial, energy, medical and scientific industries. Diaphragm pumps are ideal for pumping industrial fluids that are highly corrosive or abrasive. In automobiles and airplanes, they’re used to pump oil and fuel.
A diaphragm pump operates with the use of a soft membrane to move fluid in and out of a chamber. The membrane causes the volume of the chamber to expand, creating a vacuum that draws the fluid into the chamber, and then it causes the volume to decrease, forcing the fluid out. They often use check valves to ensure that the fluid flows in one direction and out the other.
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