Centrifugal pumps transport fluids by converting rotational energy into energy that helps liquids move. They are classified as turbo machinery and look very much like a snail. The fluid enters the pump and is moved by the impeller. The water flows into the volute chamber or diffuser and then exits the pump. Centrifugal pumps are most commonly used for pumping sewage, petrochemical, or water.
Centrifugal pumps can also be reversed and used as a water turbine to convert fluid energy into rotational energy. The first centrifugal pump with what we know as a modern design was built in 1851 in England.
Speck Pumpen Centrifugal Pumps
Grundfos Centrifugal Pumps