This section provides an overview for pump rings as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 22 pump ring manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A pump ring is a type of tube pump.
The advantages of a tube pump are as follows:
However, due to a mechanism that inevitably places a burden on the tube, a longer tube life was expected.
This weakness is compensated for by employing a ring-shaped roller called a pump ring.
Pump rings are widely used for conveying liquids.
Uses of pump rings are varied, as the discharge volume can be selected, and depending on the tubing material, pump rings can also be used for chemical liquids.
Examples of Liquids Used
Applications and Fields of Use
A pump ring consists of a tube that serves as a liquid transport path and a roller that sucks up the liquid.
Tube pumps suck up liquid by squeezing the tube with several small rollers.
First, the tube is mounted along the perimeter of a rotating section consisting of multiple rollers, which rotates an eccentric rotor.
The contact area with the rollers is then sandwiched between the outer wall, and the tube is crushed.
The rollers squeeze the tube from the upstream side in turn, creating a vacuum in the tube and suctioning the liquid.
Because of this mechanism, the burden on the tubes is high, and the disadvantage is that tubes need to be replaced quickly.
To compensate for this disadvantage, a pump ring is used to extend the life of the tubing by reducing the load on the tubing.
When multiple rollers are combined, there is a difference in pain between the contact and non-contact areas with the rollers.
Therefore, a pump ring is a system that uses a single ring with a large diameter to compress the tubing from the upstream side continuously.
By equalizing the load on the tubing, the load on the tubing is reduced compared to conventional ones, resulting in a longer service life.
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Howard J. Moore Company, formerly known as MROCO was founded in 1945 as a precision parts producer, is based in Plainview, New York, and is ISO 9001/2008 certified. Howard J. Moore serves a number of industries such as aerospace, electronics, avionics, tactical systems, machinery, microwave components, automotive, and radio communications. Howard J. Moore offers several production services such as die cutting, stamping, laser cutting, machining, printing, silk screening, plating, and 3D printing. Howard J. Moore performs these services with many output materials ranging from acrylic and aluminum to Zelux and Zytel.
Henning Gasket of Chicago, Illinois, has a 100 year history of serving industries including agriculture, power generation, transportation, construction, electronics, pharmaceutical, and food processing as a distributor for gasket materials, seal materials, gaskets, seals, and related tools. Hennig Gasket also offers gasket manufacturing, of over 30 varieties including roll and sheet gasket material, and cutting services. Custom gasket manufacturing includes many types such as paper gaskets, ceramic fiber gaskets, pipe seals, flame resistant, neoprene gaskets, and chiller gaskets.
Springer Pumps, LLC was established in 16 in Eastern Pennsylvania and isa distributor for fluid handling solutions for the food & beverage, CPI, personal care, utility, refining, power generation and industrial wastewater markets in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the US. Springer Pumps specializes in pumps, mixers, product recovery systems, and tank cleaning components including diaphragms, metering, mixers, sumps, and accessories. Springer Pumps also offers aftermarket replacement parts, kits, mechanical seals, mixer parts, and heat exchanger parts.
DXP Cortech was founded in 1987 and is based in Anaheim, California with offices across California and Nevada. DXP is a distributor of pumps and process equipment for food, pharmaceutical, industrial, mining, water P& wastewater treatment, energy, and wine industries. DXP provides services such as laser pump alignment, shop and field testing and calibration, on-site pump training, and design support and application engineering. A sample of DXP products include metering, screw pumps, submersible pumps, self-priming pumps, lobes, grinders, blowers and compressors, mechanical seals, and drums.
OTC Industrial Technologies, formerly known as OTP Industrial Solutions, was founded in 1963 and headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. OTC is and industrial distributor for automation machinery for industrial customers in industries such as steel production, paper, agriculture, process & manufacturing, and water treatment, across northern and northeastern United States. OTC’s product line includes individual parts such as bushings for power transmission or roller bearings, machines such as pumps and ovens, and systems including air filtration systems. OTC offers custom engineered solutions, engineered pump systems, rental options, and services and repair capabilities across the United States.
Ranking as of March 2023 GloballyDerivation Method
|2||Howard J. Moore Company, Inc.||25%|
|6||Southern Rubber Co. Inc.||12.5%|
Derivation MethodThe ranking is calculated based on the click share within the pump ring page as of March 2023. Click share is defined as the total number of clicks for all companies during the period divided by the number of clicks for each company.
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