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Frequently asked questions about Sefco cryopumps

What is a distribution pump?

In our context, the term "distribution pumps" refers to pumps used for customer deliveries. These pumps are installed in tanker trucks or tank containers. In the gas sector, centrifugal pumps are often used for this purpose.

What is the property of a distribution pump?

For supplying customers with liquefied gases, high-capacity transfer systems are required on the transport vehicles. These systems should efficiently transfer the liquid gas from the transport container to the customer's container in the shortest possible time.

Alongside the control system, the properly designed distribution pump plays a crucial role. It must meet all customer requirements regarding performance, availability, and safety.

The design of a distribution pump significantly determines how flexible such an overall system can be utilized.

What is a process pump?

In this context, the term "process pumps" refers to various pumps used in vastly different applications. A common feature is the fixed installation (stationary operation) of these systems. The range of applications includes industrial production, cooling processes, or the filling of pipeline systems, for example.

What are the characteristics of a process pump?

Process pumps are often custom-tailored for specific applications. Pump performance varies within a wide range. Centrifugal pumps are used when high flow rates are required at low to moderate pressures. In some cases, multi-stage centrifugal pumps are employed. Piston pumps for filling gas cylinders are used when very high pressures are needed.


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