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Pump vs. Compressor: Know the Difference

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By Shumaila Saeed || Published on January 21, 2024
A pump moves fluids (liquids or gases) by mechanical action, while a compressor reduces the volume of a gas and increases its pressure.
Pump vs. Compressor

Key Differences

Pumps are devices used to move fluids, be it water, oil, or gas, through a mechanical action, often transforming rotational energy into fluid flow. Compressors, on the other hand, primarily focus on gas, compressing its volume and thus increasing its pressure. Both serve critical roles in various industrial and domestic applications but operate on different principles and for different purposes.
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The mechanism of a pump involves creating a low-pressure area to draw the fluid and then pushing it through the system, effectively transporting it from one place to another. Compressors work by squeezing the gas into a smaller volume, which increases its pressure and often its temperature as well. While both use mechanical forces, pumps deal with volume displacement, and compressors with volume reduction.
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Pumps are widely used in water treatment systems, oil pipelines, and hydraulic systems, where moving fluids is essential. Compressors are key in refrigeration, air conditioning systems, and pneumatic tools, where compressed air or other gases are needed. Both pumps and compressors are integral to various systems, yet their applications reflect their distinct operational methods.
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There are various types of pumps such as centrifugal, diaphragm, and piston pumps, each suited for different fluid movement requirements. Similarly, compressors come in types like reciprocating, rotary screw, and centrifugal, designed for different gas compression needs. This diversity in both categories highlights their adaptability and specificity to tasks.
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Pumps can be designed to handle various fluid viscosities and densities, often requiring different energy inputs based on these factors. Compressors must handle the heat generated during gas compression, making thermal management a crucial aspect of their design. Energy efficiency in both pumps and compressors is a key consideration in their usage and design.
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Comparison Chart

Medium Handled

Moves fluids (liquids or gases)
Compresses gases
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Primary Function

Transports fluid by increasing its kinetic energy
Reduces gas volume, increasing pressure
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Operational Principle

Creates low pressure for suction, then pushes fluid
Squeezes gas into a smaller space
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Typical Applications

Water systems, oil pipelines, hydraulic systems
Refrigeration, air conditioning, pneumatic tools
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Energy Considerations

Relates to fluid viscosity and density
Focuses on managing heat from gas compression
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Pump and Compressor Definitions

Pump

A device for moving liquids or gases.
The water pump ensures constant flow in the aquarium.
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Compressor

An essential part of refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
The refrigerator's compressor keeps the food cold.
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Pump

The action of the heart in circulating blood.
The heart pumps blood throughout the body.
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Compressor

A tool in sound engineering to level audio signals.
The compressor balanced the vocals in the mix.
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Pump

A type of light, slip-on shoe.
She wore elegant pumps to the formal event.
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Compressor

A machine that decreases the volume of gas.
The air compressor filled the balloons efficiently.
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Pump

A weightlifting movement for the arms.
He did several bicep pumps during his workout.
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Compressor

A device for increasing gas pressure.
We used a compressor to pressurize the air tanks.
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Pump

To excite or energize a crowd.
The speaker pumped up the audience with his motivational speech.
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Compressor

A device that mechanically squeezes gas into a smaller space.
The industrial compressor compressed the natural gas for storage.
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Pump

A machine or device for raising, compressing, or transferring fluids.
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A pump or other machine that increases the pressure of a gas.
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Pump

(Physiology)A molecular mechanism for the active transport of ions or molecules across a cell membrane.
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Compressor

An instrument or device that compresses, such as a forceps or clamp.
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Pump

(Physics)Electromagnetic radiation used to raise atoms or molecules to a higher energy level.
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Compressor

A muscle that causes compression of a body part.
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Pump

(Informal)The heart.
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Compressor

A device that produces pressure, such as a gas compressor that produces pressurized gas.
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Pump

(Informal)The place where consumers purchase gasoline. Used with the:gas prices rising at the pump.
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Compressor

A device that squeezes (compresses).
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Pump

A shoe that has a closed back and is cut low around the toes, usually with heels and no fastenings.
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Compressor

An instrument for compressing an artery (especially the femoral artery) or other part.
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Pump

To cause to flow by means of a pump or pumplike organ or device:Derricks pumped oil out of the ground. The heart pumps blood throughout the body.
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Compressor

An apparatus for confining or flattening between glass plates an object to be examined with the microscope; a compressorium.
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Pump

To draw, deliver, or pour forth:a writer who pumped out a new novel every year.
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Compressor

A machine for compressing gases, especially an air compressor.
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Pump

To propel, eject, or insert:pumped new life into the economy.
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Compressor

(audio) A device that reduces the dynamic range of an audio signal.
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Pump

To cause to move with an up-and-down or back-and-forth motion:a bicyclist pumping the pedals; a piston pumping a shaft.
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Compressor

(anatomy) A muscle that compresses certain parts.
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Pump

To push or pull (a brake or lever, for instance) rapidly:a driver pumping the brakes.
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Compressor

(computing) A program or algorithm for compressing data.
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Pump

To shoot (bullets, for example) at or into:a gunner pumping rounds at a target.
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Compressor

Anything which serves to compress
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Pump

(Physics)To raise (atoms or molecules) to a higher energy level by exposing them to electromagnetic radiation at a resonant frequency.
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Compressor

A mechanical device that compresses gasses
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Pump

(Physiology)To transport (ions or molecules) against a concentration gradient by the expenditure of chemically stored energy.
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Pump

To invest (money) repeatedly or persistently in something.
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Pump

To question closely or persistently:pump a witness for secret information.
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Pump

(Informal)To promote or publicize vigorously:The company pumped its new product on its website.
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Pump

To operate a pump.
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Pump

To move gas or liquid with a pump or a pumplike organ or device.
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Pump

To move up and down or back and forth in a vigorous manner:My legs were pumping as I ran up the stairs.
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Pump

To flow in spurts:Blood was pumping from the wound.
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Pump

(Sports)To fake a throw, pass, or shot by moving the arm or arms without releasing the ball.
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Pump

A device for moving or compressing a liquid or gas.
This pump can deliver 100 gallons of water per minute.
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Pump

An instance of the action of a pump; one stroke of a pump; any action similar to pumping
It takes thirty pumps to get 10 litres; he did 50 pumps of the weights.
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Pump

A device for dispensing liquid or gas to be sold, particularly fuel.
This pump is out of order, but you can gas up at the next one.
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Pump

A swelling of the muscles caused by increased blood flow following high intensity weightlifting.
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Pump

(colloquial) A ride on a bicycle given to a passenger, usually on the handlebars or fender.
She gave the other girl a pump on her new bike.
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Pump

The heart.
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Pump

The vagina.
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Pump

(British) A low-top shoe with a rubber sole and a canvas upper; a low-top canvas sneaker.
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Pump

A type of women's shoe which leaves the instep uncovered and has a relatively high heel, especially a stiletto (with a very high and thin heel)
She was wearing a lovely new pair of pumps.
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Pump

A dancing shoe.
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Pump

A type of shoe without a heel.en
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Pump

To use a pump; to move (water or other liquid) by means of a pump.
I've been pumping for over a minute but the water isn't coming through.
I've pumped over 1000 gallons of water in the last ten minutes.
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Pump

(obsolete) To put (a person or part of the body) under a stream of water from a pump, as a punishment or as a form of medical treatment; to force a pump of water upon or on someone.
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Pump

(transitive) To gain information from (a person) by persistent questioning.
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Pump

(British slang) To copulate.
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Pump

To express milk from (a breast) by means of a breast pump.
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Pump

To fill with air by means of a pump; to inflate.
He pumped up the air-bed by hand, but used the service station air to pump up the tyres.
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Pump

(transitive) To move rhythmically, as the motion of a pump.
I pumped my fist with joy when I won the race.
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Pump

(bodybuilding) To enlarge the body by means of weightlifting or steroid use.
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Pump

(transitive) To shake (a person's hand) vigorously.
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Pump

Of music: to be loud, to have strong bass and rhythms; by extension to be full of energy.
The waves were really pumping this morning.
Last night's party was really pumping.
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Pump

(sports) To kick, throw, or hit the ball far and high.
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Pump

To pass gas; to fart quietly.
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Pump

(computing) To pass (messages) into a program so that it can obey them.
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Pump

2005 and the .NET 2.0 Platform
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Pump

(colloquial) To inject silicone into the body in order to try to achieve a fuller or curvier look.
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Pump

A low shoe with a thin sole.
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Pump

An hydraulic machine, variously constructed, for raising or transferring fluids, consisting essentially of a moving piece or piston working in a hollow cylinder or other cavity, with valves properly placed for admitting or retaining the fluid as it is drawn or driven through them by the action of the piston.
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Pump

To raise with a pump, as water or other liquid.
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Pump

To draw water, or the like, from; to from water by means of a pump; as, they pumped the well dry; to pump a ship.
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Pump

Figuratively, to draw out or obtain, as secrets or money, by persistent questioning or plying; to question or ply persistently in order to elicit something, as information, money, etc.
But pump not me for politics.
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Pump

To work, or raise water, a pump.
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Pump

A mechanical device that moves fluid or gas by pressure or suction
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Pump

The hollow muscular organ located behind the sternum and between the lungs; its rhythmic contractions pump blood through the body;
He stood still, his heart thumping wildly
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Pump

A low-cut shoe without fastenings
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Pump

Operate like a pump; move up and down, like a handle or a pedal
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Pump

Deliver forth;
Pump bullets into the dummy
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Pump

Draw or pour with a pump
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Pump

Supply in great quantities;
Pump money into a project
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Pump

Flow intermittently
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Pump

Move up and down;
The athlete pumps weights in the gym
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Pump

Raise (gases oor fluids) with a pump
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Pump

Question persistently;
She pumped the witnesses for information
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Repeatedly Asked Queries

Where are pumps commonly used?

Pumps are used in water systems, oil pipelines, and hydraulic systems.
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Can pumps handle gases?

Yes, some pumps are designed to handle gases as well as liquids.
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How does a pump work?

It works by creating a low-pressure area to draw the fluid and then pushes it through the system.
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What is a compressor?

A compressor is a machine that reduces the volume of a gas, increasing its pressure.
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What is a pump?

A pump is a device used to move fluids, either liquids or gases, by mechanical action.
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What are the main types of pumps?

Main types include centrifugal, diaphragm, and piston pumps.
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In what applications are compressors used?

They are used in refrigeration, air conditioning systems, and pneumatic tools.
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Do compressors only handle gases?

Yes, compressors are primarily designed for gases.
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How do compressors manage heat?

Compressors often have cooling systems to manage heat generated during compression.
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Can compressors be used in the oil and gas industry?

Yes, they are used for gas compression and transport in this industry.
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What are common types of compressors?

Common types include reciprocating, rotary screw, and centrifugal compressors.
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Are pumps and compressors energy efficient?

Efficiency varies by design, but modern pumps and compressors are increasingly energy-efficient.
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How does a compressor work?

It works by squeezing gas into a smaller volume, thereby increasing its pressure.
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What is the difference between a pump and a compressor?

Pumps move fluids by increasing kinetic energy, while compressors reduce gas volume and increase pressure.
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What are the energy considerations for pumps?

Pumps' energy use varies with fluid viscosity and density.
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What is the role of a compressor in refrigeration?

It compresses the refrigerant, which is essential for the cooling cycle.
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Do all pumps need electricity?

No, some pumps can be manually operated or powered by other means.
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How do I choose between a pump and a compressor?

The choice depends on whether you need to move fluid or compress gas, along with specific application requirements.
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Can a pump be used as a compressor?

In some cases, pumps can be adapted to work as compressors for gases.
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Are there environmentally friendly pumps and compressors?

Yes, there are designs that focus on reduced energy consumption and environmental impact.
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