Many users, including new practitioners of slurry pumps, often can’t distinguish the difference between submerged vertical slurry pumps and submersible slurry pumps. The names of submersible and submerged slurry pumps seem to be very similar, but there are essential differences.
Submerged slurry pumps are mostly used in oil drilling mud solids control systems. They can pump thick liquid, heavy oil, oil residue, turbid liquid, mud, and fluids containing mud sand residue and corrosive liquids.
The slurry pump belongs to the centrifugal pump, which is divided from the working principle of the pump. The slurry pump achieves the process of conveying the medium and pressurizing through the action of centrifugal force.