The oil and gas industry is the backbone of modern energy production. Chemical pumps are an important part of the oil and gas industry. From moving oil from the surface to ships, refineries or storage, to accelerating the flow of fluids from one point to another, chemical pumps are used in the oil and gas industry in a variety of ways.

Chemical pumps play an important role in many applications in the oil and gas industry. Chemical pumps are used for methanol injection, glycol pumping, chemical processing, gas desulfurization and water treatment. Chemical pumps provide an effective solution for transporting chemicals.

QEEHUA anti-corrosion pump with explosion-proof motor is suitable for conveying various flammable, explosive, toxic or precious media, and the overflow parts are made of corrosion-resistant materials.

Oil/gas industry processes focus on.

High temperature hot oil
Fluid flammability
Solvent recovery
Transport of critical state fluids

QEEHUA pump series commonly used in the oil/gas industry

Stainless steel centrifugal pumps convey liquids that are corrosive without solid particles and have viscosity similar to water. Suitable for chemical, petroleum, metallurgy, electric power, paper making, food, pharmaceutical, environmental protection, waste water treatment and synthetic fiber industries for conveying various corrosive or non-polluting water-like media.

Pneumatic diaphragm pumps are more widely used, both to convey the flow of liquid, but also can be pumped difficult to flow of media.
Pneumatic diaphragm pump can be applied to flammable and explosive occasions, such as oil, gunpowder, fuel transportation, pneumatic diaphragm pump without electricity, grounded safety will not produce static sparks, no heat in the work production, diaphragm pump will not have an overheating reaction. The fluid does not heat phenomenon, pneumatic double diaphragm pump on the fluid stirring is very small.

Pneumatic metering pumps for a variety of chemical applications. Pneumatic pumps are widely used in non-electric areas and explosive environments.