Screw Pumps

A screw pump is a positive displacement pump that use one or several screws to move fluids or solids along the screw(s) axis.

In its simplest form a single screw rotates in a cylindrical cavity, thereby moving the material along the screw's spindle.

The two- and three Screw pumps are used to pump oils or other lubricating liquids, non-lubricating liquids, or liquids with poor lubricating properties. The characteristics of the screw pumps are: self-priming, very high efficiency, very low noise level and very well suited for use with variable speed drives (FU). The liquid is moved fully continuously, virtually without pulsations, without turbulence, crushing, or loss of lubrication.

Pump types


AODD_pump_icon_large Centrifugal Pumps
Drumpump

AODD pumps

Centrifugal Pumps

Drum Pumps

     
Eccentric disc pumps Gear pumps  Metering pumps
Eccentric Disc Pumps
Gear Pumps
Metering Pumps
     
Peristaltic Pumps Piston Pumps Progressive Cavity pumps
 Peristaltic Pumps Piston Pumps Progressive Cavity Pumps
     
Rotary lobe, circumfriental pumps Rotary vane pumps Screw pumps
Circumferential Pumps
Rotary Vane Pumps
Screw Pumps
     
Vacuum pumps    
Vacuum Pumps
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Screw pumps