Many industrial processes require pumps that can withstand significant pressure and viscous liquids, from cooling towers for quenching in the steel industries to wash water recycling. Pumped flow can even be used to separate types of metals by density, this method is known as scrap metal flotation.
Often the requirements for industrial processing pumps differ from that of wastewater processing through needing a higher efficiency and greater abrasion resistance properties. Hydromarque’s selection of highly-efficient industrial processing pumps meets these needs.
In some processes, highly viscous liquids such as thick oils, asphalt, and resins. These suit positive displacement pumps and we are able to offer a wide range of Gorman-Rupp gear pumps for these types of applications. The performance of Hydromarque’s range of gear pumps is able to pump very viscous liquids even at high pressures.
The abrasion resistance of industrial processing pumps can prove to be vital for certain uses. For example, industries like steel production require rapid quenching via cooling towers or from a cool water pit, and models such as the Gorman-Rupp Super T Series are ideal for pumping mixtures which contain abrasives such as mill scale.
Recycling plants will also benefit from these resilient qualities, as abrasive materials such as plastics, paper and even metals are present. Again, our Gorman-Rupp Super T Series, in particular the hard iron or hard iron-fitted, models are perfect for the job.