Pumps and Systems
We have pumps for all your different needs. Whether it's a small pond pump all the way up to a large trash pump we have you covered. Below are brief descriptions of various different types of pumps to help you find the right pump or system!
A shallow well jet pump can be used in all applications where there is an adequate supply of water available within a vertical distance of not more than 25 feet from the suction port of the pump to the pumping water level.
A convertible jet pump can be used for most shallow well installations, and can also be “converted” for deep well applications with suction lifts down to 90 ft.
Deep well submersible pumps are used in applications where water must be transferred under pressure from wells, cisterns, ponds, lakes, and streams.
Surface Centrifugal Pumps
Centrifugal Pumps are a type of pump for the transfer of fluids. They can generally handle large quantities of fluids, provide very high flow rates (which may vary with the changes in the Total Dynamic Head (TDH) of the particular piping system) and have the ability to adjust their flow rates over a wide range.
Sewage pumps are ideal for handling raw sewage, commercial dewatering sump applications with up to 2" solids.
Effluent pumps are designed to pump effluent and are typically designed to handle 1/2” solids.
Pressure boosting systems are used to boost water pressure from wells and municipal water systems. They are used to boost your household water pressure or they can be used for irrigation system boosting.
Booster pumps are designed for boosting water pressure from a variety of sources including municipal and private water systems.
Constant pressure controllers use state-of-the-art technology to provide constant water pressure through variable speed control of submersible water well pumps.