dimensions of a pump

Pumps can be available in various sizes and dimensions.

Dimensions of the oscillating ring pump

Die measures A pump may vary depending on the model and intended use. Pumps are usually measured in terms of length, width and height. However, the exact dimensions depend on the type of pump.

Die length A pump refers to the expansion of the device in a horizontal direction. It indicates how much space the pump takes up in this dimension. Die width On the other hand, describes the expansion in the vertical direction and indicates how wide the pump is. Die height In turn, it indicates how high the pump is and how much space it requires in this direction.

The exact dimensions of a pump depend on various factors, such as the power, capacity and construction. Smaller pumps, such as submersible pumps, can have compact dimensions and are often handy and easy to transport. Larger industrial pumps On the other hand, they can have significantly larger dimensions and require correspondingly more space.

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The mass of wobble ring pump vary depending on model and area of application. At Pumpsystems, we offer them in three different sizes on: small, medium and large. The small wobble ring pump has a length of 25 cm, a width of 15 cm and a height of 10 cm. It is ideal for applications where space is limited, such as in laboratories or in the medical sector.

The medium-sized wobble ring pump measures 35 cm in the length, 25 cm in width and 15 cm in height. It is versatile and is used in various industrial sectors such as food processing, chemistry or even the printing industry.

The largest wobble ring pump measures a length of 40 cm, a width of 30 cm and a height of 20. It offers high performance and is used primarily in industrial plants. Because it easily conveys large quantities of liquids all the way to gases.

Regardless of the size, the wobble ring pump is characterized by its efficiency and reliability. It is able to convey liquids and gases with high precision while maintaining a constant printing sustain. Plus, it's easy to install and maintain, making it a popular choice for many applications.

Feel free to contact us directly and let yourself be convinced of our professional solutions. Or browse through our product brochure to find out more about the features and benefits of the wobble ring pump.

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It is important to know the exact dimensions of a pump to ensure that it fits the intended space. Before purchasing a pump, the pump dimensions should therefore be carefully checked and compared with the available space conditions. Only in this way can a smooth installation and use are guaranteed. In addition, the dimensions of pipes, connections and accessories must also be considered.

Dimensions of the three wobble ring pump models

What types of pumps are there and how do they differ in their dimensions and connections?

There are various types of pumps, which differ in their dimensions and connections. Pumps can basically be divided into two main categories: centrifugal pumps and positive displacement pumps.

Centrifugal pumps are the most commonly used pump types. They work with centrifugal force, which forces the medium outwards and thus creates a pressure build up. These pumps are generally compact and have a simple design. The dimensions and connections may vary depending on the model, but most centrifugal pumps have standardized connections such as flanges or threads.

positive displacement pumps On the other hand, work by displacing the medium. The positive displacement pumps also include the wobbling ring pump. They use pistons, gears, or screws to capture the medium and move it through the pump body. These pumps are generally larger and have a more complex design than centrifugal pumps. The dimensions and connections can vary significantly as they are often adapted to the specific requirements of the application.

The dimensions of a pump can also depend on the power and flow volume Hang out. Larger pumps with higher performance usually have larger dimensions to meet the required flow to ensure. A pump's connections may also vary and depend on the type of connection that is required. These can be, for example, flanges, threads or hose connections be.

It is important to consider the dimensions and connections of a pump. This ensures compatibility with the existing piping and connections are guaranteed. We are happy to assist you with all of your questions available.

What is the suction height of a pump?

The suction height of a pump is the maximum height up to which it can suck in water or other liquid. It is usually measured in meters.

The height up to which a pump can suck in liquid depends on various factors. These include, among others, the efficiency the pump that diameters the suction line and the air pressure.

A pump can only suck up to a certain height because it has to work against the air pressure. The higher the Suction height, the more difficult it is for the pump to suck in the liquid. At a certain height, the pump can no longer overcome the pressure difference and so-called cavitation occurs. Once this so-called cavitation point is reached, the pump can no longer suck in liquid.

To determine the maximum suction height of a pump, it is important to pay attention to the manufacturer's technical data. It usually states up to what height the pump can work effectively.

It is also important to note that suction height is not the only relevant variable. Die Conveyor height, i.e. the height to which the pump can transport the liquid, also plays a role. The suction height and delivery height together make up the total height that the pump can overcome.

Is there a maximum suction height?

The suction height can be influenced by various factors. The maximum suction height refers to the maximum distance or height difference between the pump and the fluid source. This height is usually measured in meters. The maximum suction height depends on various factors. This includes, for example, the type the pump that diameter, as well as the length the suction line and the pressure loss in the line. It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions for the respective pump so as not to exceed the maximum suction height. If the maximum suction height is exceeded, the pump can no longer operate efficiently and the pump will be damaged.

The effective suction height of our wobble ring pump is also characterized by a combination of pump dimensions, medium viscosity and operating parameters. Thanks to the availability of three different pump sizes, we can cover almost any required suction height and meet all requirements. We will be happy to advise you if you have any concerns regarding the maximum suction height for your future wobble ring pump.

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