What is a Dosing Pump
Dosing pumps deliver a very precise flow rate of an additive into a flow of water, steam or gas. This dosing application is generally used to change the chemical charactoristics of a fluid.
Applications for Dosing Pumps
Dosing pumps are implemented across a number of industries including (but not limited to): Drinking water treatment, Wastewater treatment, Cooling water treatment, Washing systems, Process water treatment and the Chemical industry.
Classes of Dosing Pumps
- Diaphragm Pump Electric
- Dosing Pump
- Gear Pump
- Helical Rotor Pump
- Peristaltic Pump
- Self Priming Pump
Diaphragm Pump Electric
A Diaphragm Pump driven by an electric motor is a more energy efficient and low maintenance solution as compared to air operated diaphragm pumps. They are ideal for applications that require low pulsation and a smooth flow.
Diaphragm pumps are a class of positive displacement pump.
Dosing pumps can be set to discharge exactly the quantity of dosing liquid required for the required application.
Applications include drinking and waste water treatment, industrial applications and the food and beverage industry.