End Suction Pumps

What is an End Suction Centrifugal Pump: 

An End Suction Centrifugal pump is the most common pump type. Its simple design has been tried and tested for centuries! The basic principal of the centrifugal pump is fluid flows into the inlet of the pump where it enters the eye of the impeller. The impeller is driven & rotated by mechanical means such as an electric motor or engine etc. The rotation of the impeller creates centrifugal force which directs the fluid along the impeller vane blades and pushes the fluid to the outer tip of the impeller vane where it enters the pump volute casing.

The volute is shaped in a “snail shell” type shape which directs the fluid around the volute casing, which is then separated by a “cutwater” or “breakwater”. The Cutwater / Breakwater splits the water between the discharge and the recirculating fluid in the volute casing.

There are several different kinds of centrifugal pumps with different impeller styles, trims, shapes etc.

The following units are Single Stage Centrifugal pumps with varying designs.


















  • 3D Series Single Stage Cast Iron
  • 3LS Series Single Stage 316 Stainless steel
  • 3M Series Single Stage 304 Stainless steel
  • DWO Series Open impeller pump
  • CDX Series Single Impeller Pumps





  • TOE-G Series Heat Transfer pumps with Mechanical Seal
  • TOE-M Series Heat Transfer pumps Magnetic Drive
  • MU MU..-MK-PM Series



6500 Series

  • 60 Series
  • VG & VGH Series





  • ISO Series