Centrifugal Pumps

Centrifugal Pumps are one of the most popular and versatile styles of pumps that can be used in a wide range of applications. They operate using the kinetic energy of an impeller, which rotates to create a high-velocity fluid flow. This design is perfect for industrial applications like boosting water supply, and wastewater management. We pride ourselves on providing the most reliable and efficient options for industrial fluid handling applications. Here you will find a comprehensive selection of centrifugal pumps from renowned manufacturers, backed by our dedication to provide top-notch customer service and technical support. Explore our brands to discover the right centrifugal pump for your specific fluid management. We are dedicated to helping you find the perfect solution for your pumping requirements while delivering the performance and durability you expect.


  • ANSI Process:

    Centrifugal Pumps are a standardized type of centrifugal pump designed to meet specific American National Standards Institute (ANSI) requirements. They are commonly used in industries for their consistent performance and compatibility with various fluid-handling applications

  • Drum:

    Centrifugal Pumps are specialized pumps designed for efficiently transferring liquids from drums or containers. They offer a convenient and reliable solution for dispensing various fluids, making them a valuable tool in industrial and commercial settings.

  • End Suction:

    Centrifugal Pumps are a versatile and widely-used type of centrifugal pump with a single suction impeller. They are commonly employed in various applications for their simplicity, reliability, and ease of maintenance, making them a popular choice across industries.

  • Multistage:

    Centrifugal Pumps are designed to generate high-pressure levels by employing multiple impellers stacked in series within a single pump casing. This design allows them to efficiently handle applications that require substantial pressure, such as water supply, industrial processes, and boiler feed systems, making them a preferred choice for demanding fluid transport tasks.

  • Non-Metallic:

    Centrifugal Pumps are a type of centrifugal pump constructed from materials other than metals, such as plastics or composites. They are chosen for applications where resistance to corrosion, chemicals, or abrasion is critical, making them ideal for handling aggressive or corrosive fluids in industries like chemical processing and wastewater treatment.

  • Self-Priming:

    Centrifugal Pumps are a versatile type of pump that can automatically remove air and prime themselves without the need for external assistance. These pumps are commonly used in applications where the pump needs to lift water or fluid from a lower level, and makes them a practical choice for applications where initial priming can be challenging.

  • Split Case:

    Split Case Centrifugal Pumps are a type of centrifugal pump with a split-casing design that allows for easy access to the internal components without disturbing the piping system. They are often chosen for applications requiring high flow rates and efficient fluid transport in water supply, HVAC systems, and industrial processes.

  • Submersible:

    Centrifugal Pumps are designed to operate while fully submerged in liquids, making them ideal for applications like groundwater pumping, sewage handling, and wastewater treatment. Their submerged operation ensures efficient and reliable fluid transfer without the need for external priming or additional support equipment.

  • Turbine:

    Centrifugal Pumps are a specialized type of centrifugal pump that combines the efficiency of a centrifugal impeller with the high head capabilities of a turbine. They are commonly used in applications requiring significant pressure or head, such as water supply for high-rise buildings and agricultural irrigation systems, offering an effective solution for lifting and distributing water over long distances.

  • Vertical:

    Centrifugal Pumps are designed to operate with the pump's shaft in a vertical orientation, which is particularly useful when space constraints are a concern. These pumps are commonly used in applications like sump drainage, chemical processing, and cooling tower circulation, offering a compact and efficient solution for various fluid-handling needs.


  • Chemical
  • General Industrial
  • Heat Transfer
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Power Plants
  • Pulp & Paper
  • Oil & Gas
  • Water & Waste Management

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