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Among all the different pump types, centrifugal pumps are the most commonly used. These types of pumps are used to pump lower viscosity fluids and pressures. The flow rates vary with changes in the pressure. Centrifugal pumps are typically used for flooded suction applications, but certain models can suction lift. Whether you’re looking for centrifugal water pumps or centrifugal pumping for abrasive chemicals, we have models that can perfectly fit your application. Read more...
Centrifugal Pumps from AMT, Hayward, Oberdorfer, Finish Thompson and March
Choose from a wide selection of centrifugal pumps from leading manufacturers like AMT, Hayward, Oberdorfer, Finish Thompson and March. We have vertical pumps, self-priming pumps, sprinkler/booster pumps, seal-less pumps, circulation pumps, chemical pumps, beer pumps OEM pumps and coolant pumps. Choose your application to filter the results. You can also choose the desired housing material, inlet size and other specifications.
Our multistage pumps are for commercial or industrial use. They’re non-self-priming (gravity feed), and are made to handle low flow, high-pressure liquids that do not require any suction lift. Sample applications include boiler feed, irrigation, hot and chilled water, condensate return, fire protection and sprinkler systems and high pressure washdown. These interchangeable coolant/oil pumps are economical, dependable replacement pumps for those supplied by machine tool companies like Mitsubishi, Fuji and Toshiba. Other pumps are self-priming chemical pumps and utility pumps, pedestal drive pumps and vertical seal-less sprayer washer pumps for industrial and automotive washing machines, spray booths, parts cleaners and cooling towers. There are heavy duty industrial coolant pumps, sprinkler/booster pumps and a self-priming solids handling pedestal drive pump.
Centrifugal Pumps and Vertical Pumps
We offer centrifugal pumps and vertical pumps with different housing materials (CPVC, GFPP, PVDF or natural PP) and your choice of motor phase, seal type and inlet size. There are horizontal end suction pumps designed for continuous duty chemical service, with various available options. Vertical pumps, also designed for continuous service, have a seal-less design and are made to handle many kinds of corrosive liquids. You’ll also find centrifugal pumps made from various materials and with different features. Choose from all bronze or corrosion resistant aluminum pumps that run quietly and can handle contaminated liquids. Other units are self-priming with suction lift capability and can be used for marine service. There are chemical resistant pumps that are lightweight and compact, made from non-metallic glass reinforced Nylon 6/6.