Category Archives: Centrifugal Pump

How To Choose The Correct Submersible Pump

The size, shape, and capabilities of a submersible pump can vary greatly from application to application. In this article I will discuss the differences between our many different styles of submersible pumps and help you decide which pump to choose for your application. Although we have quite a large selection, our submersible pumps can be […]

When Can They Be Used?

Centrifugal pumps are used on these 6 applications, just to name a few: Buildings: To pump water supply, including pneumatic systems and in places where no suction lift is required. Boost Application: To boost pressure from the intake line. Wells: In domestic water supply systems Fire Protection System: To provide a continuous pressure source, but these water pumps should […]

What Are the Advantages of Using Centrifugal Water Pumps?

Centrifugal pumps could present these 6 problems: Corrosion: Different fluid properties can corrode the pump Overheating: Some pump might need liquid recirculating to avoid overheating caused by low flows Prime: Centrifugal pumps must be filled with the fluid in order to operate properly Cavitation: The positive suction head of the system is too low for the selected pump Wear of […]

What is Centrifugal Pump ?

A centrifugal water pump uses a rotating impeller to move water into the pump and pressurize the discharge flow. Standard, trash, and submersible models are three different alternatives to centrifugal water pumps. All liquids can be pumped using centrifugal water pumps, even liquid with low viscosity. These pumps work great with thin liquids and high […]