A centrifugal pump is a type of pump that uses the kinetic energy of a rotating impeller to move fluid. It’s one of the most common types of pumps and is widely used in various industries for transporting liquids. GN SB series Centrifugal Pump is used to transfer drilling mud. It can be used as feeding pump for desander, desilter, or used as a mixing pump for Jet Mud Mixer. It can also be used as a trip pump, and supercharging pump for a rig mud pump. All GN model centrifugal pump use tungsten carbide mechanical seal, with famous brand Bearing. Spare parts interchangeable with most of the international Brand pump which helps customer to source spare parts easily. Open impeller design allows lowers axial thrust loads. It makes it easier for installation, repair and maintenance. A centrifugal pump is a type of pump that uses the kinetic energy of a rotating impeller to move fluid. It’s one of the most common types of pumps and is widely used in various industries for transporting liquids. The key component of a centrifugal pump is the impeller, which is a rotating disk with curved blades. The impeller is typically mounted on a shaft that connects to a motor or another power source. The impeller is housed in a casing that contains the liquid. The casing is designed to gradually expand in diameter as it approaches the outlet, creating a volute shape. Operation: When the impeller rotates, it imparts kinetic energy to the liquid, causing it to move radially outward. As the liquid moves through the impeller, it also gains velocity. The rotation of the impeller generates centrifugal force, which creates a low-pressure area at the center of the impeller. This low pressure draws more liquid into the impeller. The volute casing helps convert the high-speed, low-pressure liquid exiting the impeller into high-pressure fluid. It does this by slowing down the flow and converting velocity energy into pressure energy. The pressurized fluid is then discharged through the pump outlet. Centrifugal pumps are preferred for their simplicity, efficiency, and versatility. They are commonly used in water supply systems, wastewater treatment, irrigation, chemical processing, petroleum refining, and many other applications where the transport of liquids is required. There are various types of centrifugal pumps, including single-stage pumps and multi-stage pumps, each suited to different applications based on factors such as flow rate and head (pressure) requirements.