AODD PUMPS

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AODD Pump Overview

AOD or AODD pumps are positive displacement (PD) pumps that can overcome some of the drawbacks of other pumps. They are ideal for flammable environments, using air power instead of electricity. They may be the lowest cost PD pump and most versatile. Unlike most PD pumps, they can handle solids and abrasives better.

AODD Pump Brands

Ideal Yamada Applications:

  • Pressure boost
  • Solids handling
  • Waste
  • Sump
  • Dewatering
  • Portable utility
  • Seal Coating
  • Mixing
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Ideal Lutz Applications:

  • Pressure boost
  • Solids handling
  • Waste
  • Sump
  • Dewatering
  • Portable utility
  • Filtration
  • Mixing
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Ideal Wilden Applications:

  • Pressure boost
  • Solids handling
  • Waste
  • Sump
  • Dewatering
  • Portable utility
  • Filtration
  • Mixing
 

Ideal Sand Piper Applications:

  • Pressure boost
  • Solids handling
  • Waste
  • Sump
  • Dewatering
  • Portable utility
  • Seal Coating
  • Mixing

Ideal ARO Applications:

  • Pressure boost
  • Solids handling
  • Waste
  • Sump
  • Dewatering
  • Portable utility
  • Seal Coating
  • Mixing

Air Operated Double Diaphragm Advantages:

AODD Pumps have many advantages that make them one of the most versatile types on pumps. Some advantages are the following:

  • They can Run Dry without burning the pump out or causing damage to the system.
  • They are able to Pump solids-laden fluids without damage to the pump or product.
  • No electricity is required, this means they can be fully grounded.
  • Low cost compared to other options.
  • They are Submersible without performance or safety issues. 
  • Deadheads Safely

How does an Air Operated Double Diaphragm Pump Work?

Air Operated Double Diaphragm Pumps, or an AODD pump, is a type of positive displacement pump which utilizes compressed air to flow liquids through the pump. The compressed air fills one of the inner chambers, causing the opposite diaphragm to produce suction. Check out this video to learn more! 

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