A submersible pump, like any other pump, is used to move liquids from one point to another. The major difference between a submersible pump and any other type is that it is completely submerged in the liquid that it is required to pump.
Heavy duty submersible pumps suitable to pump slurry, sewage, waste water (non-corrosive) in industrial and residential installations and drainage applications.
These submersible pumps slurries containing abrasive solids, are capable of pumping slurries containing abrasive solids and are very successful in trouble shooting applications in a wide range of industries
The heavy-duty pumps are equipped with a patented external agitator that breaks down and re-suspends settled or compacted solids, allowing them to easily transfer a very high percentage of solids to water.
We have trained and experienced technicians available to advise on the most beneficial application methods and best practices with regards to your project and answer any question that you may have.
They don't have to be primed. They are self-priming because they operate below the surface of the fluid being pumped.
Because they are fully submerged, submersible pumps are not prone to cavitation. This can be a problem with centrifugal pumps and other types of positive displacement pumps.
A submersible pump has the head pressure of liquid on the suction end to help it operate. It doesn't need to use as much energy in drawing liquid into the pump and is, therefore, more efficient.
Being submerged, these pumps are very quiet in most applications.