How do Dosing pumps or Metering pumps work?
Most Dosing pumps or Metering pumps are oscillating displacement pumps. An exactly defined volume of liquid is drawn into the displacement body on the reciprocal stroke and forced into the metering line on the compression stroke. The Dosing pumps or Metering pumps settings can be changed to achieve consistently accurate metering.
Type of Dosing pumps or Metering pumps
Motor Driven Metering Pumps: Versatile, the robust yet precise technology of motor driven metering pumps makes them the universal solution.
Pneumatic Metering Pumps: Air-driven and autonomous, the pneumatic diaphragm metering pump does not need electrical power. It is the standard solution for simple metering applications.
Precision Plunger Metering Pumps: These pumps are responsible for very small volumes, where maximum precision and reliability are required. Precision plunger metering pumps continuously meter even the smallest quantities thanks to their regulated solenoid drive.
Solenoid Driven Metering Pumps: No conditions are too tough for them, no application is too specialised, solenoid driven metering pumps work reliably within a wide performance range and are suitable for almost any liquid chemical.