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Condition Monitoring Standards for Centrifugal Pumps

Basic Principle

The radial vanes cause pumpage, let’s say water, to rotate in the cylinder. Centrifugal force moves water towards the outside of the cylinder. Since the water can’t move outside the cylinder, it moves upward, and the water will rise from D1 to D2 on the outside edge. Vacuum is created because the water in the middle of the container is pushed down by atmospheric pressure.

IDCon Condition Monitoring Standards for Centrifugal Pumps

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