BCU PUMP CLASSIFICATION by Type

Centrifugal Pump

A centrifugal pump is a rotating machine in which flow and pressure are generated dynamically. the inlet is not walled off from the outlet like positive displacement pump, whether they are reciprocating or rotary in displacement. 

C01

Water / Seawater Pumps

C10

In-line Pumps

C11

Self Priming Pumps

C12

Vertical Sump Pumps

C2

Truly Non-clog Pumps

C3

Thermal Oil Pumps

C4

Chemical process Pumps

C5

High Pressure Pumps

C6

Large Flow Pumps

C7

API 610 Pumps

C8

Fire Fighting Pumps

C9

Submersible Pumps

Positive Displacement Pumps

Positive Displacement pump moves fluid by trapping and forcing a  fixed amount of it into its discharge pipe.This kind of pump make use of its expanding cavity in the suction side to capture liquid and its decreasing cavity in the discharge side to make the liquid flows out. The liquid volume involved in each cycle of operation is constant.

D01

Piston / Plunger Pumps

D10

Peristaltic Pumps

D2

Diaphragm Pumps

D3

Air-driven Diaphragm Pumps

D4

Heavy Solid Pumps

D5

Single Screw Pumps

D6

Double Screw Pumps

D7

Triple Screw Pumps

D8

Internal Gear Pumps

D9

External Gear Pumps