In use since the year 2000 B.C., pumps are ancient. The first invention, a water-obtaining tool known as a shadoof, was made. Although it doesn’t operate mechanically, it was well accepted and provides the strongest support for pumping activity. They were built to develop diaphragm pumps, which were introduced to the market in 1854.
Double Diaphragm Pump pumps are used in a variety of buildings and sectors. The petrochemical and food and beverage sectors both appreciate and use these pumps. They are ideal for transporting highly abrasive or viscous products because of their unique construction. A specific type of positive displacement pump that uses compressed air for power is known as an AODD pump. The compressed air is repositioned from one chamber to the next by a linked shaft that allows the chambers to move simultaneously. This back-and-forth action pulls liquid out of one chamber and into the discharge piping while the other chamber is filled with liquid.
Features of Double Diaphragm Pump:
- Diaphragm Pneumatic Pump resists classification. They resemble a centrifugal pump in terms of pressure versus capacity characteristics and portability. There aren’t any other comparisons.
- While they are functioning, air-powered AODD pumps (specific models are also available with natural gas capabilities) keep the pump diaphragm in balance. Compared to mechanically operated diaphragm pumps, this extends the lifespan of the diaphragm and reduces maintenance and downtime.
- Diaphragm Pumps can be used in intermittent or continuous cycles without endangering the pump or the system.
Diaphragm Pumps offer good value compared to other pumping technologies because they are inexpensive to acquire initially and don’t require additional setup controls.