What is a Submersible Pump
Submersible pumps consist of a pump body with a hermetically sealed motor attached to it.
This allows the pump to be safely submerged in fluids without compromising the motor. The design prevents the pump from cavitation and is considered to be more efficient than a jet pump. Jet pumps are surface mounted and pull fluid from below the ground while submersible pumps are located in the fluid and push fluid.
Submersible pumps are used for pumping Groundwater, Dewatering applications, Transfer of Fluid, Agitation of Fluid, to provide water for Irrigation as well as Drinking or Plant Process Water. They are used in Drilling Systems, Waste Water Systems, and Waste Water Treatment systems.
Applications for Submersible Pumps
Submersible pumps are used in nearly all industries including Mining, Oil & Gas, Commercial, Food Processing, Industrial, Medical / Hospitals, Municipal, petrochemical, Water Supply & Water Treatment, Residential.