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Oil, Gas & Petrochemical

Identifying pain points and solutions

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What will you learn?

When deciding on an industrial pump for an oil & gas operation, there is a lot to consider.

The six attributes you should look for in your industrial pump for oil and gas – and why they matter.

One of the most impactful details about oil and how it reacts to temperature change.

How to achieve laminar for thick, highly viscous materials like crude oil.

Where Other Pumps Fail, Discflo Pumps Excel

In severe applications where abrasion, viscosity, entrained air, excessive wear, and corrosion problems wreak havoc on pump systems, Discflo has developed a superior alternative. Our patented pump technology dramatically reduces pump wear, is virtually clog free, and prevents product damage.

Non-Pulsating, Laminar Flow

Through viscous drag, fluid is pulled through the pump without impingement. The boundary layer attracts and drags successive layers of fluid molecules into layered flows of parallel streams. This is the simple principle of viscous drag, and, in the Discflo disc pump, it is a powerful dynamic force that “pulls” the fluid through the pump in a smooth, laminar, non-turbulent flow.


The non-impingement and laminar flow pumping of the disc pump is similar to flow through an ordinary pipe. The layers of fluid at the walls are stationary (relative to the rotating discs), creating a protective boundary layer. Viscous drag pulls layers into flows of smooth laminar streams.