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Dosing and Metering Pumps

Diaphragm Pumps

Diaphragm pumps are positive displacement pumps. They utilize contracting and expanding cavities to move fluids. Diaphragm pumps work by flexing the diaphragm out of the displacement chamber. When the diaphragm moves out, the volume of the pump chamber increases and causes the pressure within the chamber to decrease and draw in fluid. The inward stroke has the opposite effect, decreasing the volume and increasing the pressure of the chamber to move out fluid. More Information

Plunger Pumps

The Plunger Pump functions like a piston pump, it sits within the oscillating positive displacement pump sector. However, instead of a piston, such pumps have one or several plungers as displacing element(s). The plunger is fed straight into a working chamber by a stroke movement, whereby the plunger is sealed off by a fixed seal. During intake, the plunger moves out of the working chamber, generating a suction effect, as the liquid to be conveyed streams into the pump through a suction valve. More Information

Piston Pumps

Piston Pumps are positive displacement pumps, they do not use centrifugal force like centrifugal pumps They actively displace liquids utilizing the piston. The piston is fed straight into a cylinder with a stroke movement; the cylinder is sealed with a valve at the inlet and outlet. During the suction phase, the piston moves out of the pump housing; in the process, the inlet valve opens and the liquid flows into the cylinder. More Information

Oil Supported Diaphragm Pumps

Grosvenor’s Oil Supported Diaphragm pumps are variable output pumps with high efficiency ball valves. High grade engineering plastics for wetted parts enable a wide range of aggressive liquids to be handled and the absence of any gland offers zero leakage. More Information

Control Options

Grosvenor’s range of electronic controls options offers clients a variety of choices, which includes fixed delivery, mechanical, hydraulic, electronic and digital. The purpose of the controls is to deliver pumps and systems which delivers the optimum performance of the equipment for your needs. More Information