Using chemical pumps allow you to distribute chemicals in a safe effective manner if operated properly. The most common types of chemical pumps are centrifugal pumps which moves fluid by a creating a vacuum using a rotating impeller; Magnetic Drive Pump, which uses rotating magnetic circuits to rotate the impeller; positive displacement pumps which uses rotary, reciprocating, or diaphragm method to draw fluid into an inlet compartment and then discharges it at the outlet.
Chemical pumps, including high pressure chemical pumps, available in Centrifugal, Sealed and Magnetic along with positive displacement Gear and Diaphragm pumps. Also available are chemical Drum pumps, injection Metering and Hand operated.
Chemical Pump Manufacturers
Pumpbiz carries products from the industry’s most trusted chemical pump manufacturers including March, Finish Thompson, Pulsafeeder, All-Flo, AMT, Standard, Serfilco, Stenner and Sotera.
Materials for chemical pumps include: Polypro, Kynar PVDF, 316 Stainless, 304SS, Titanium and CPVC.
Explosion Proof motors are a option to many of the chemical pumps.
Hazardous-Location EXP Pump
Hazardous-Location Centrifugal Pump by RS Corcoran. Built for pumping chemicals and corrosives in hazardous locations, these Type 316 stainless steel pumps have EXP Motors are totally enclosed fan-cooled (TEFC), rated for continuous duty, and gene...1/2HP 115/230v EXP Learn More