Pumps & Compressor Shapes Table

Pumps and tanks come in a variety of designs and shapes. You have both abstract symbols and simulation images to choose. 

Pump :-
 is a mechanical device using suction or pressure to raise or move liquids, compress gases, or force air into inflatable objects such as tires. The symbols for pumps may closely resemble those for compressors.

Centrifugal pump:-
 is rotodynamic pump that uses a revolving impeller to add to the force and pressure of fluids.

Gear pump:- 
provides continuous, non-pulsing flow making it ideal in chemical installations.

Sump pump:- 
is widely used to remove accumulated water from a sump pit or other location.

Vacuum pump:- 
is applied to improve the efficiency of steam heating systems in many ways. The most important consideration is the rapid and efficient removal.

Screw pump:-
 is the Archimedes screw pump that is still used in irrigation and agricultural applications.

Tank:- 
is for storing process fluids of various types, under different process conditions.

Onion tank:- 
refers to an open top collapsible bladder designed for use as a mobile storage solution when recovering contaminants.

Compressor:-
 is a mechanical device that takes in a medium and compresses it to a smaller volume. A mechanical or electrical drive is typically connected to a pump that is used to compress the medium.

Axial compressor:- 
is widely used in gas turbines, such as jet engines, high speed ship engines and small scale power stations.

Reciprocation compressor:-
 is typically used where high compression ratios are required per stage without high flow rates, and the process fluid is relatively dry.

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