A positive displacement pump uses vary depending on the industry. The way positive displacement pumps work is by trapping a fixed amount of fluid, then forcing (displacing) it to the discharge pipe. These pumps can be used for all types of fluids, including those that are of high viscosity. We have many types of pumps, including sanitary positive displacement pumps and sliding vane pumps.
Here at C&B Equipment, we offer positive displacement pump maintenance and repair. So if you have a wastewater positive displacement pump that goes out unexpectedly, we can service it for you.
There are several types of positive displacement pumps including: internal gear, external gear, rotary lobe, diaphragm, and progressing cavity. C & B Equipment can supply any of these pump types to best fit your application requirements. We represent some of the leading manufacturers in this industry, providing you more than one choice for your application. No matter what type of positive displacement pump you desire, we have a solution for you.
Progressive Cavity, Helical Gear
Rotary Gear, Viscosity Process Pumps, Lubrication Pumps, Magnetically Coupled Gear Pumps
High Viscosity Fluid Capabilities Capacities to 470 GPM Pressures to 200 PSI
Used in almost all industrial sectors and convey low to highly viscous media with or without solids.
Corken® CP-Model Sliding Vane Pump
CP-model sliding vane industrial pumps are designed for a maximum working pressure of 200 psi (13.8 bar).
Rotary Lobe Pumps
Air Operated Diaphragm Pumps
Flows 650gpm, Pressures 5000psi, 240 Horsepower, Tempuratures 400°F