Diaphragm pumps are positive displacement pumps that use a
flexible diaphragm to pump fluids or gases. These pumps are designed to handle
viscous, abrasive, and chemically aggressive liquids or gases. They are capable
of producing pressures up to 1,200 psi and flow rates up to 250 gpm, depending
on the model. Diaphragm pumps are
easy to maintain, have low energy consumption, and offer reliable performance.
They can run dry without damage and are suitable for applications that require
a high degree of hygiene. These pumps are widely used in industries such as
food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and wastewater treatment, among others.