Acid pumps are used for various acid conveyance applications.
Pumps constructed from aluminum--a corrosion-resistant material suited for a wide range of applications, including: filtration, desalination, water treatment, marine, chemical, etc.
Pumps that run on compressed air for uses in shipping, processing and more, Popular manufacturers include SanPiper, Wilden Pumps and ARO.
Alkylation pumps are strong acidic catalyst pumps used in the petroleum refining process.
Pumps that are built to ANSI (American National Standards Institute) industry standards and specifications.
Belt Driven Pumps
Belt driven pumps operate via a belt drive from a motor or engine.
Boiler pumps are used to pump feedwater into a steam boiler in steam powered machinery and systems.
Booster pumps are most commonly used to maintain consistency in application where flow may vary.
Pumps constructed from bronze--a corrosion-resistant metal alloy made up of copper/tin compounds for a wide range of applications, including: wash down, water injection and salt water.
Canned Motor Pumps
Canned motor pumps are leak-proof, sealless pumps primarily used when pumping expensive, hazardous or environmentally sensitive materials.
Centrifugal pumps are rotodynamic pumps that use rotating impellers to increase the pressure of a fluid.
Engineered to meet the demands of handling and distributing harsh chemicals and often feature corrosion resistance and filtering systems.
Circulating or circulator pumps are used to circulate gases, liquids or slurries in a closed circuit. Common uses including hydronic heating or cooling systems.
Meter concrete pumps, truck-mounted concrete boom pumps, trailer pumps and tower mounted placing boom used for large construction projects.
Condensate pumps are used to pump the condensate produced in an HVAC, refrigeration, condensing boiler furnace or steam system.
Coolant pumps keep water circulated in order to provide optimum cooling.
Corrosion Resistant Pumps
Corrosion resistant pumps are designed for applications such as seawater or acid chemical conveyance.
Many types of pumps can be ordered to specific size and output requirements for a variety of applications.
Dewatering pumps are designed for clear water application with a general limit of 10% solids concentration.
A type of positive displacement pump that uses a reciprocating action and suitable non-return check valves to pump a fluid.
Direct Drive Pumps
Direct drive pumps have hollow shafts that slide on to the drive shaft of an engine or motor.
Dispensing pumps are used to inject or otherwise tranfer a variety of liquids into a system at a certain rate ore pressure.
Part of a fire sprinkler system's water supply, a fire pump can be powered by electric, diesel or steam.
Flush pumps are commonly used to keep filter beds clean.
Food pumps are specifically designed for the conveyance of food products for transportation, processing and other food related applications.
Fuel pumps are generally used as a means of conveyance from a fuel tank to fuel injection system or carburetor.
Effluent pumps are submersible pumps for use with sludge, slurries and semi-solid fluids.
Used to pump fluid via displacement. Gear pumps are frequently used to pump viscous chemicals.
Before pumping waste to a central sewer system, a grinder pump will grind the waste into a fine slurry.
Hands pumps are manually operated pumps. Most hand pumps have plungers or reciprocating pistons, and are positive displacement.
High Pressure Pumps
High pressure pumps are, quite simply, pumps specifically manufactured for high pressure applications.
High Temperature Pumps
High temperature pumps are used to pump materials ranging from molten metals to boiling or hot liquids.
Hydraulic pumps are built for use in hydraulic drive systems and are used as gear pumps, gerotor pumps screw pumps and more.
Hydrostatic Test Pumps
Type of positive displacement hydraulic pump in which the displacement cannot be adjusted.
Low Flow Pumps
Low flow pumps are used for low volume pumping applications.
Designed to pump liquids at adjustable flow rates. These pumps will deliver a precise amount of liquid into a system over a give time period.
Micro and miniature pumps are small, typically low-intensity, pumps that are usually manufactured for OEM applications.
Pumps used for applications such as conveying waste water from tunnels in mining operations.
Mud pumps are a type of reciprocating piston pump used to circulate drilling fluid under high pressure in drilling applications.
Multistage pumps are those that contain more that one impeller.
OEM pumps are pumps designed to match or replace existing pumps or components from a specific manufacturer.
Oil pumps are designed to supply oil to moving parts in various mechanically driven machines.
Nuclear pumps are designed to pump coolant in nuclear stations.
Used for pumping a variety of fluids. These pumps are used to frequently in chemical pumping applications.
Piston pumps are positive displacement pumps used to move liquids or compress gasses.
Pumps utilizing fluid pressure and motion via a reciprocating piston in a cylinder. Plunger pumps are also known as reciprocating pumps.
Process pumps encompass a wide range of pump types designed for specific industrial processes.
Progressive Cavity Pumps
Progressing cavity pumps are positivie displacement pumps tht transfer fluid via volumetric flow from a spinning rotor.
Pump Lift Stations
Pump lift stations are most commonly used for fluid conveyance in infrastructure applications such as sewage, drainage and water canals.
Refrigeration pumps are generally designed as seal-less or hermetically sealed canned motor pumps.
Rotary pumps are commonly used in high pressure hydraulic pumps and automotive uses.
Saltwater pumps are designed for use most commonly in saltwater and brackish water marine applications.
Sanitary pumps are pumps that are used in applications that require the highest levels of sanitation such as the food and beverage industry.
Sealless pumps are used where media containment is essential such as hazardous, aggressive or valuable product applications.
Self-priming pumps are capable of clearing their own air passages (after becoming air-bound) in order to continue delivering pumpage without outside attention.
These submersible pumps come in small, large, and chopper configurations, and they are typically used for industrial, municipal or domestic waste-water applications.
Centrifugal pumps used to increase the pressure of a liquid and solid particle mixture and convert electrical energy into kinetic energy.
Solids Handling Pumps
Solids handling pumps are used for applications such as heavy slurry and waste water conveyance.
Submersible pumps push water to the surface from under water using a hermetic seal to keep internal components dry.
Stainless Steel Pumps
Stainless steel constructed pumps are manufactured in large variety or styles and types.
Sump pumps are used to remove accumulated water that collects in sump pits in flooded buildings.
Tash pumps are designed for conveying liquid containing hard and soft solids.
Turbine pumps are centrifugal pumps that transfer fluids using a rotary mechanism. Fluid circulation is caused by specific blade geometry.
Vacuum pumps are used in a number of industrial and scientific applications to supply the suction to operate a pneumatic system.
Waste-water pumps are designed for conveying waste & sewage water.
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