Dosing Pumps

A dosing pump is a small, positive displacement pump. It is designed to pump a very precise flow rate of a chemical or substance into either water, steam, or gas flow. A dosing pump will deliver this precise flow rate of chemical or other products by a number of different methods but it generally involves drawing a measured amount into a chamber and then injecting this volume of the chemical into the pipe or tank being dosed. Dosing pumps are used in a variety of applications from agriculture, industry, manufacturing to medicine.

A dosing pump is generally quite small and is powered by either a small electric motor or air actuator. They are controlled either by an external control system or more commonly an internal pump controller that can alter the flow rate, the on/off function, and also things like alarms and warnings for run dry, degassing, and low product levels.

Dosing pumps

All About Industrial Pumps

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Today, with the rapid development of key industries, one of the most important problems of the business is optimizing production lines to adapt to FAST and SUSTAINABLE growth. same need. As a business specializing in providing industrial pumping solutions, Thai Khuong Pumps understands and wants to accompany businesses in: Integrating the process of operating an …

Pumping volume: Classification and pump function

Chemical pumps for chemical industry

Definition of volumetric pump Volumetric pump is an industrial pump used to transport and treat liquids such as chemicals, water, sewage, gasoline … Pumps are applied to liquids with high viscosity as well as high pressure, and used with low flow. Volumetric pumps provide more accurate measurement results than centrifugal pumps, A volumetric …