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How do Versamatic Pumps work?

Versamatic Pumps work using air compression to operate. The first stage of a Versamatic pump is to fill the left inner chamber with air, causing the opposing side (diaphragm) to create suction.

What this does is lift the lower valve ball; the result of this causes suction. Pulling in fluid at the inlet and channelling it upwards into the pipe. Simultaneously the left chamber is in the discharge cycle of this process, this causes the upper valve ball to open and discharge the fluid collected.

This whole process repeats continuously, each side switching over the processes causing a constant stream of suction and pumping. Rates can be varied depending on the pump and the specifications it is being used for.

Versamatic Pump Diagram

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