Pumps • Turbine Pumps

Turbine pumps are centrifugal pumps that transfer fluids using a rotary mechanism. Fluid circulation is caused by specific blade geometry.

Turbine pumps are centrifugal pumps that transfer fluids using a rotary mechanism. Fluid circulation is caused by specific blade geometry.

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  • Goulds Water Technology

    Goulds Pump manufactures line shaft and submersible turbine pumps, short set and deepwell lineshaft turbine pumps, submersible turbine pumps, 316 stainless steel submersible turbine pumps, and surface mount vertical turbine pumps. The deepwell lineshaft turbine pumps feature flow up to 1000 feet TDH and 8000 GPM, while short set lineshaft type turbine pumps have flow up to 20,000 GPM and 500 TDH. The surface mount vertical turbine pumps are for limited space environments, packaging, and water booster applications.

  • The Pump Shop, Inc.

    The Pump Shop Inc. distributes vertical turbine pumps, lineshaft turbine pumps, submersible turbine pumps, stainless steel turbine pumps, and surface mount vertical turbine pumps manufactured by Goulds. The supplier also provides pumps manufactured by Yamada, MP, FMC, Sta-Rite, LMI, Marlow, and Allis Chalmers.

  • Weir Minerals

    Weir Minerals - Floway Pumps manufactures vertical hydrocarbon turbine pumps, vertical water turbine pumps, Floway Xpress turbine pumps, and vertical mining turbine pumps. The Floway Xpress turbine pump features flow from 200 to 3750 GPM, head from 50' to 300', and 1800 RPM motors.

  • American Turbine

    American Turbine designs and manufactures vertical turbine submersible pumps used for a number of applications including: municipal water supply, waste water, industrial, booster system, agricultural, mine dewatering, hydrocarbon transfer, offshore platform, cooling towers, HVAC, pulp and paper mill, turf irrigation, snow making, water amuesment parks, fish hatcheries and barge unloading. Design options for each turbine pump include O-rings, keyed impellers, bowl and impeller wear rings, belled suction, flanged or threaded columns, oversized bow shafts and thicker bowl casing wall.

  • Aurora Pump

    Aurora Pumps designs and manufactures one and two-stage, regenerative turbine pumps with capacities up to 50 GPM, 130 GPM, and 150 GPM; and heads to 700 feet, 920 feet, or 1200 feet. The turbine pumps are used for boiler feeder service, condensate service, cooling system, booster system, and transfer service applications.

  • Dynaflow Engineering, Inc.

    Dynaflow Engineering designs and manufactures regenerative turbine pumps that feature a modular balanced impeller that eliminates axial thrust. The pumps can handle 20 percent entrained gases making them ideal for tank stripping where vortexing and cavitation can occur. The pumps are constructed of 316 stainless steel, alloy 20, Incoloy 825, or Hastelloy C276.

  • Franklin Fueling Systems

    Franklin Fueling Systems provides submersible turbine pumps available in high capacity 3HP or 5HP models, with 50 or 60 Hz and 208-230VAC, 460VAC, or 575VAC. The pumps are used in situations where high speed deliveries or high volumes of diesel fuel or gasoline are required. The pump's motor feature a fixed speed of 3450 rpm.

  • Bell & Gossett

    Bell & Gossett manufactures submersible vertical turbine pumps and vertical turbine pumps. The submersible turbine pumps are hermetically-sealed or wet winding types. The multi-stage vertical turbine pumps feature bronze impellers, cast iron bowls, capacities up to 10,000 GPM, and heads to 150 feet per stage. Both turbine pump types are used in cooling towers, pressure boosting, and general water service applications.

  • Neptuno Pumps

    Neptuno Pumps manufactures single and multi-stage, vertical turbine pumps that feature capacities up to 40,000 GPM, head up to 1,200 feet, temperatures to 400F, and bowls sizes from 8" to 40" in diameter. Designed for industrial applications, the turbine pumps also feature pressure up to 590 psi and power through 2000HP.

  • Pulsafeeder, Inc.

    Pulsafeeder manufactures regenerative turbine pumps that are rates for temperatures up to 232C and viscosities up to 100 centipoise. Featuring 316 stainless steel or alloy C construction, the pumps feature strong corrosion resistance and four angular installation options.

  • Rogue Pump Co

    Rogue Pump Company produces regenerative turbine pumps that feature close coupled-compact design or coupled-rugged efficiency design. The two turbine pump types feature 5 GPM to 30 GPM, or 5 GPM to 120 GPM; with 1 HP to 5 HP or 1 HP to 15 HP. The pumps also feature stainless steel or iron construction.

  • Roth Pump Co.

    Roth Pumps Co. engineers regenerative turbine chemical pumps with capacities of 100 GPM, heads up to 1400 feet, and temperatures of 450F. The turbine pumps provide continuous high pressure pumping of non-lubricating and corrosive liquids within chemical and industrial plants, refineries, and offshore oil platforms.

  • A-C Fire Pump Systems

    A-C Fire Pump Systems manufactures vertical turbine pumps with capacities up to 5000 GPM and pressures up to 350 psi. The turbine pumps also feature open lineshaft design and are available in electric motor or diesel engine-driven configurations.

  • Major Turbine

    Major Turbine Pump & Supply distributes turbine pumps manufactured by Goulds Pumps, Fairbanks Morse, Flowserve, Worthington, American Marsh, and Hydroflo. The company also repairs most major brand name pump types.

  • MTH Pumps

    MTH designs and manufactures a number of regenerative turbine pumps that feature capacities ranging from 1 to 150 GPM and pressures up to 1000 psi. The pumps also feature 250 feet, 230 feet, 350 feet, 500 feet, 600 feet, 1150 feet, or 2300 feet of head. The pumps are available with all iron, bronze, bronze-fitted, bronze ring, or 316 stainless steel construction.

  • Peerless Pump Company

    Peerless Pump Company manufactures threaded vertical turbine pumps and submersible turbine pumps. The vertical turbine pumps feature capacities up to 100,000 GPM, head up to 2,300 feet, up to 5,000HP, and temperature up to 180F. The submersible turbine pumps feature capacities of more than 6,600 GPM, head to 1450 feet, and pressure up to 627 psi.