Circulation pumps are special pumps
used on industrial and residential facilities to circulate gases, slurries, or liquids. Unlike other pumps that push liquids from a source to a specific destination, the circulation pumps push the liquids in closed loops. This design means that the pump does not require a lot of energy. The pumps only need to overcome inertia. This is the main reason why most circulation pumps are compact and small. Most circulation pumps are centrifugal models made with three main parts; impeller, motor rotor, and support bearing. The rotor is mainly powered by electricity, and rotates the impeller to push the material being pumped through the plumbing lines. The bearings
help to reduce the friction of the rotating shaft for greater efficiency. To increase the efficiency of your circulation system, it is crucial to get the pump with the right horsepower rating and ensure it is installed correctly. Visit our page to see the different types of circulation pumps available.