Machines and devices used for the raising, compression or transference of a variety of materials.
Centrifugal pumps consist of a set of rotating vanes, enclosed within a housing or casing, that are used to impart energy to a fluid through centrifugal force.
Condensate pumps are used to collect and transport condensate back into a steam system for reheating and reuse, or to remove unwanted condensate from an HVAC or appliance collection pan.
Fountain pumps are designed to supply flow to fountains, devices used for aesthetic purposes and aeration in residential, commercial, and industrial applications
Grinder pumps are centrifugal pumps equipped with shredding systems to aid in the transport of solids filled media.
Lift stations contain pumps, valves, and electrical equipment necessary to pump water or wastewater from a low elevation to a high elevation.
Sewage pumps are used to pump effluents, semi-solids and small solids in liquids.
Submersible pumps can be mounted into a tank with the liquid media. The pump’s motor is normally sealed in an oil filled cavity that is protected from contact with the liquid.
Sump pumps are used in applications where excess water must be pumped away from a particular area. Sump pumps generally sit in a basin or sump that collects this excess water.
Trash pumps are designed to pump large amounts of water that contains hard and soft solids such as mud, leaves, twigs, sand, and sludge. Most devices are portable, heavy-duty centrifugal pumps that feature deeper impeller vanes and larger discharge openings than other pumps.
Wastewater pumps are used in the collection of sewage, effluent, drainage and seepage water.
Water pumps move water that does not contain suspended solids or particulates. Applications include water supply, irrigation, land and mine drainage, sea water desalination, and condensate transport.
Well pumps are most commonly used to bring water from wells and springs to the surface.