Injects a fluid residing at atmospheric pressure into a dynamic pressurized fluid system
Works without an electrical source
Amount of chemical injection is proportional to water flow
Each pump can handle one chemical
Yes. If the water quality is poor, a diaphragm water-driven pump should be used in favor of a piston-driven pump.
Animal Health, Horticulture, Industrial, and Car Wash.
One chemistry can be used at one time with one water-driven pump.
Commonly, items like filters, valves, and water pressure regulators are installed along with water-driven pumps.
Water-driven pumps are one of the better dosing/dilution systems when it comes to pumping into back pressure. Some water-driven pumps can pump into back pressure up to 100 psi (6.9 bar).