Deep-sea pumps


Deep-sea pumps are designed for pumping of potable water, treated water, raw, sea, mineral and thermal water without containing abrasive admixtures and fibers. Depending on the type of submersible pump sand content can be up to 50-100g/m3. Submersible pumps are used in water supply for drinking and personal shots of water and drainage systems of different industries. They are mounted mainly in borehole wells with known parameters (yield wells and dynamic water table).

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single stage centrifugal pumps with bearing housing
Single-stage centrifugal pumps with bearing housing, depending on the design of the pump impeller and the implementation of the material used for pumping clean water, contaminated, sewage and industrial and other media on the corrosion resistance of materials used for construction of the pump. These pumps are widely used in plumbing, heating, cooling, fire hydrant and other industrial plants in the economy of wastewater, energy, metallurgy, chemical and petrochemical industries.
self priming pumps
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shaft pumps
Shaft pumps are working in an upright position and are designed for pumping water, contaminated liquids containing slurries, sludge, sewage; in embodiments of the chemicals are also suitable for chemically aggressive liquids such as acids, salt solutions, electroplating baths, fuel oil, liquid sulfur. Therefore they find application in various industries such as metallurgy, energy, mining and mineral aggregates, chemical industry and the economy of wastewater.