How do Diaphragm Pumps Work?

A diaphagm pump, also knows as a membrane pump, is a positive displacement pump that enables users in industries to standardise on a pumptype that is suitable for a wide variety of fluids. The only requirement is compressed airsupply. 

How are diaphragm pumps used?

Diaphragm pumps are used in many industries. There is an extensive number of construction materials available to produce many  configurations for difficult fluids. In addition to the fluid handling properties, diaphragm pumps can be specified for ATEX zones, EC1935/2004, FDA and 3A hygienic applications. 

Working principle of a diaphragm pump

A diaphragm pump is a positive displacement pump which utilises two flexible diaphragms that reciprocate back and forth, creating a temporary chamber. 

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