By Grainger Editorial Staff 2/4/20
Not all pumps are created equal. While pumps are found everywhere from swimming pools to chemical vats to fuel depots, each application can have its own unique challenges. When selecting a pump, here are a few factors you will want to consider, according to the U.S. Department of Energy:
Once you know the material your pump will need to handle and the capabilities your pump requires, you can begin comparing your different pump options. Here are the common pump types and mechanisms you’ll see on the market:
Now that you know more about which pump to choose for the job, you can pick the right one for your facility.
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