Chemical pumps carry acidic or corrosive raw material to and from different processes. Some of these materials are hazardous in nature and need to be handled with care. In the chemical industry, pumps need material treatment capable of withstanding and propelling toxic or flammable chemicals. Moreover, safe operation is a priority, leading to many compliances and standardizations.
Types of Pumps Used in the Chemical Industry
At Hayes Pump, we provide exemplary pumping solutions to the Chemical Industry. Our custom pumping systems options are optimized for viscosity or alkalinity and can carry abrasive sludge and fine chemicals. In addition, our pumps conform to ANSI and ASME standards to meet the safety requirements. Some of our pumps used in the chemical industry include:
- Centrifugal Pumps: Commonly used for applications like filtration, circulation, storage loading and unloading.
- Displacement Pumps: Primarily used to move higher viscosity fluids that flow at lower speeds and have higher resistance.
- Diaphragm Pumps: Typically used for corrosive or acidic fluids.
We also make pumps for secondary circuits and applications used in different parts of chemical manufacturing. Whether it is a laboratory, test center, or production facility, we supply pump sets and control systems for every kind of application. At Hayes Pump, we also specialize in the design and implementation of rotary equipment and pump control monitors, such as:
- Variable Frequency Drives
- Condition Monitoring
- Flow Control
- Flow Monitoring
- Pressure Monitoring
Our catalog also includes different pump seals for wet operations that are resistant to temperature and chemical properties.
Pump Maintenance and Repair
Hayes Pump also offers dedicated pump maintenance programs and repair services from factory-trained technicians to ensure that your pumps and fittings provide peak performance with minimal chances of breakdowns.
Having trouble figuring out the right pump for your needs? You can access our resources or speak to one of our industry experts and get insight into our exhaustive range of pumps and system solutions for your chemical applications. Contact us today!