The regenerative turbine pump is a rotodynamic pump that combines the high discharge pressure of a positive displacement (PD) pump with the flexibility of a centrifugal pump. They excel at transferring fluids with high pressure, low flow and low viscosity while handling entrained vapors or fluids at or near their boiling point. These fluid conditions generally hamper the performance and reliability of most pump technologies, but regenerative turbine pumps maintain their efficiency in any pumping and fluid conditions, eliminating the damaging impact of cavitation and pulsation.
Regenerative turbine pumps are known as turbine pumps, peripheral pumps, centrifugal regenerative pumps, regenerative pumps and many other names.
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