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Submersible pumps are machines with hermetically-sealed motors that are meant to be placed underwater in order to push water, rather than pull it, to the surface. The pumps can be connected to a pipe or flexible hose, or lowered down on guide rails or wires so that the pump sits on a “ducks foot” coupling, connecting it to the delivery pipework. Submersible pumps are manufactured in single- and multi-stage styles, depending on the application. The former type is used for drainage, sewage pumping, industrial pumping, slurry pumping, or aquarium filtering. The latter is used for water abstraction or in water wells. Leading manufacturers: Pacer Pumps, Little Giant, OTS, BJM Pumps, Koshin, Tsurumi, Honda Power Equipment

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  • Robert J. Fitzmyer Co., Inc.

    Robert J. Fitzmyer Co. distributes submersible water pumps manufactured by Weinman, Deming, Myers, American Marsh,  Burks, Gorman-Rupp, OTS, Bell & Gossett, Goulds, Patterson, Grundfos, and Vertical Turbines.

  • Stancor, Inc.

    Stancor Inc. manufactures heavy-duty water pumps, submersible centerline water pumps, and submersible stainless steel water pumps. The heavy-duty pumps' maximum output ranges from 3 to 64 HP. The pumps feature a maximum volume of 150 to 1800 GPM, and maximum heads from 58 to 380 feet.

  • Schaerges & Vossler Pump Co.

    Schaerges & Vossler Pump Co. distributes CAT Pumps-brand submersible water pumps used to pump fresh water, semi-dirty water, or liquids containing suspended solids within high-flow, low-pressure industrial pumping applications. Features of the pumps include: maximum flow rate of 180 GPM, maximum pressure of 18 psi, head to 45 feet, speed of 3450 rpm, and maximum temperature from 104 to 140 F.

  • SRS Crisafulli, Inc.

    SRS Crisafulli designs 72 standard models of electric submersible self-priming pumps and 53 standard models of hydraulic submersible self-priming pumps that remove liquids including storm water. The company's electric submersible water pumps are available in 2" to 6" sizes, feature flow capacities between 40 and 3,000 GPM, and heads from 20 feet to 270 feet.

  • A. Y. McDonald Supply Co.

    McDonald manufactures four series of 4" submersible water well pumps and one series of 4" high thrust water well pumps. All the company's pumps are either 2-wire or 3-wire in design, are single or three-phased, and feature 60 Hz.

  • K/M Specialty Pumps and Systems, Inc.

    K/M Specialty Pumps and Systems manufactures submersible water pumps used to dewater contaminated fluids found at construction sites, mines, power stations, and steel mills. The water pumps have a maximum capacity of 2000 GPM, head to 340 feet, and can handle water temperatures up to 104F. Features of the water pumps include: a heavy-duty motor with oversized shaft and bearing; a hardened 410 SS impeller; and a Sand Guard seal that prevents sand and debris from collecting on the outer seal face during operation.

  • D & D Machine & Hydraulics, Inc.

    D&D Machine & Hydraulics manufactures an axial flow submersible water pump and a submersible trash pump. The axial flow submersible is used top pump large volumes of clear water at maximum heads of 25 feet. The pumps are primarily used for flood control and field irrigation, and are available in 16", 24", 30", and 42" sizes. The trash pumps are designed to pump water that contain solids like mud, trash, weeds, sticks and other materials that other conventional centrifugal pumps can't handle. The trash pumps are available in sizes 4" through 18".

  • Grindex Pumps

    Grindex Pumps manufactures submersible dewatering pumps that can handle water containing abrasive particles. Maximum head ranges from 30 feet for the company's "micro" model, to 750 feet for the "mega" pump model. Discharge spans 3" to 8", with maximum flow ranging from 62 GPM to 2400 GPM. All the dewatering pumps feature a valve that enables air cooling of the motor.

  • ITT Flygt Corp.

    IIT builds Flygt-brand submersible pumps including light, medium, and heavy-duty waste and process water pumps. Designed around a modular system, the water and process water pump types include: small, medium, large, propeller, and mixed-flow. Depending on model, the flow range of each pump ranges from 0 to 6,000, 5,000 to 100,000, 2,000 to 40,000, or 3,000 to 25,000 gallons per minute.

  • Franklin Electric Co., Inc.

    Franklin Electric manufactures submersible water pumps including a line of Water Horse pumps that are available in 4" and 6" sizes. The company's 4" standard capacity water pumps feature performance ranges of 5, 7, 10, 15, and 20 GPM, with a maximum water temperature of 120F. The 4" high-capacity pumps are available as 50 and 85 GPM models, and feature 2" NPT discharge. Franklin also manufactures a 6" high-capacity water pump and a series of 4" environmental pumps.

  • J&J Pumps Inc.

    J&J Pumps supplies 4" submersible water pumps from 1/2 HP to 7-1/2 HP. The pumps feature flows from 5 GPM to 90 GPM, and are used for pumping potable and non-potable water. Submersible water pumps distributed by J&J are manufactured by Franklin Electric, Grundfos, Fling & Walling Inc., Red Jacket, Myers, Pentair, Wolf Pumps, Berkeley, and Goulds Pumps.

  • U.S. Plastic Corp.

    U.S. Plastic Corp. supplies submersible pumps manufactured by Big John, Water Wizard, and Webster. The Big John submersible water pumps are for residential and light commercial use, and feature a 1-1/2" discharge with a maximum lift of 18. The pump shuts off in 2" to 3" of water.

  • MWI Corp., Couch Pump Div.

    MWI Pumps manufactures submersible electric water pumps used in storm water drainage, flood control and irrigation applications. Available in sizes ranging from 8" to 60" in diameter, the pumps feature an impeller and can be vertical, horizontal, canned, or enclosed.

  • Schlumberger Ltd

    Schlumberger builds electric submersible pumps including water pumps. Depending on type and model, the company's pumps range in production from 100 bbl/d to 100,000 bbl/d, and are vertical or horizontal in design. The pumps are used in complex offshore, deepwater, and subsea ESP applications.

  • Tsurumi Pump

    Tsurumi Pumps manufactures eight series of submersible waste water pumps. The company's LSR and LSC series are low-level, residue pumps capable of pumping water continuously at 1/4 or 1/16 inches. The LB series pumps is a rugged dewatering pump built to fit 8" pipes in 2/3, 1, and 2 HP. The NK series is a high-volume, single-phase dewatering pump for contractors.

  • Timberline Plastics

    Timberline Plastics distributes submersible water pumps manufactured by Orenco, Goulds, Little Giant, A.Y. McDonald.

  • BakerCorp

    BakerCorp manufactures electric and hydraulic submersible water pumps. The company's electric submersible pumps are used for removing water and feature a maximum flow range from 100 GPM to 5,000 GPM. The pumps also have a maximum operating temperature of 100F to 120F. BakerCorp's hydraulic submersible pumps are used for dewatering of mines, quarries and gravel pits. The pumps feature maximum flow up to 1,750 GPM, and can operate at temperatures as high as 190F.

  • MasterFlo Pump, Inc.

    MasterFlo Pump Inc. supplies submersible pumps manufactured by Ebara, Subteck, Tsurumi, and Versa-Matic. Ebara's small, medium, and large submersible pumps are suitable for industrial and municipal water, semi-dirty water and wastewater applications. Subteck-brand pumps supplied by MasterFlo include 4" and 6" submersible pumps, along with mixed-flow and close-coupled submersible pumps.

  • Grundfos Pumps Corp.

    Grundfos manufactures stainless steel, submersible water pumps used to dewater construction sites and mines. The pumps are also used in hot springs, fish farming, fountains, irrigation, oil and gas, and water supply applications. The pumps feature an optimized hydraulic design and reduced impeller diameters.

     

  • Brumby Pumps

    Brumby Pumps manufactures three types of submersible water pumps. The S1 and S2 pumps are designed to fit into 100m or larger well casings, with the S1 requiring a lift ratio of more than 1/3, and the S2 featuring two valves. The L2 pump is 2.2 meters long and designed to operate with or without a controller. The pump is also designed to fit 100m or larger well casings.