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Low flow, high head pumps are used for low volume pumping applications where high pressure is necessary, such as cases where material must be pumped to a higher elevations.

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  • Chempump, Div. of Teikoku USA, Inc.

    Chempump's line of low flow, high head pumps includes multi-stage centrifugal pumps, peripheral regenerative turbine pumps, and radial vane centrifugal pumps. The multi-stage pumps head up to 2,000 feet and feature flow rates up to 450 GPM. The peripheral regenerative pumps feature TDH up to 800 feet at 3450 rpm, and flows from 0.5 to 25 GPM. The radial vane pumps are designed to optimize performance at low pump specific speeds. The company also produces variable speed drives that can operate between 1035 and 4140 rpm, and are designed to increase the differential pressure of standard centrifugal pumps.

  • Sulzer Ltd

    Sulzer manufactures vertical low flow, high head pumps used in refineries, oil and gas production, pipeline boosting, and offshore applications where space is confined. These single-stage pumps feature pressures of 740 psi, maximum operating temperatures of 230C or 450C.

  • Cole-Parmer

    Cole-Parmer provides low flow, high head magnetically-driven centrifugal pumps. Available with maximum flow rates of 2.9 GPM, 4.6 GPM, or 11.4 GPM, the pumps feature maximum heads to 6.9m, 11m, or 20.3m. The nonmetallic wetted parts of each pump are designed for chemical resistance, and the pumps' closed impeller design increases output pressure. The pumps are available with a 230VAC or 115 VAC motor.

  • Roth Pump Co.

    Roth Pump Co. designs and manufactures chemical-duty regenerative turbine pumps that feature process heads up to 1400 feet and low flow capacity of 100 GPM. The pumps are used in offshore oil platforms, refineries, and chemical and industrial plants to provide high pressure continuous pumping of corrosive and non-lubricating liquids.

  • Crane Pumps & Systems, Inc.

    Crane Pumps & Systems designs and engineers regenerative turbine pumps for high pressure, low flow applications. Available in base mounted and close coupled configurations, the pumps feature flows to 0.2 to 91 GPM depending on model. With heads to 225 feet or 350 feet, the pumps are used in feed/transfer, high temperature water and oil heat transfer, boiler feed and condensate return, circulation, metering, hot water spray, pressure maintenance, jockey pump, and pressure booster applications.

  • Sundyne Corp.

    Low flow, high head pumps designed by Sundyne Corp. include direct-drive centrifugal pump and gear-driven centrifugal pumps. The direct drive pumps feature flows from 10 to 380 GPM, and heads from 10 to 760 feet. These pumps are used in the HPI, CPI, gas and specialty processing industries. Designed for general industry and non-API services, the gear driven pumps are available with flows from 0 to 33 GPM, and with heads up to 100 to 1,300 feet.

  • Delta Environmental Products

    Delta Environmental Products manufactures submersible grinder pumps with flows up to 19 GPM and heads to 245' TDH, or with flows up to 45 GPM and heads to 107' TDH. These grinder pumps are used in sewer systems operating at low pressure with high static heads or long discharge runs, and in low pressure systems used for residential wastewater. The pumps are available in semi-positive displacement, single seal, dual seal, and dual seal explosion-proof designs.