Screw Pump Manufacturers
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More information about screw pumps:
A screw pump is considered a positive displacement pump. They use two or three intermeshing screws that, while turning, create an airtight vacuum that continuously moves up the length of the screw shafts. One screw, known as the drive shaft, is set in motion by an external power source. With two-screw pumps the two screws don’t contact each other, but are driven by timing gears.
Screw pumps are used in a number of different applications. High-powered screw pumps are used in submarine power transmission systems. They are also used in the transmission of highly viscous fluids inside of motors. They are also commonly used as the hydraulic pump in elevators.
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