Circulating Pumps

Circulating pumps are used in heating and air-conditioning systems in a variety of many different applications. UPS pumps are designed to circulate liquids in heating and cooling systems. The circulation pumps also have some features and benefits. The pump does not require any monthly or yearly maintenance unless there is an issue. The amount of noise made or energy used is low. The circulating pumps are available with stainless steel or bronze pump housings, and a variety of accessories are available.

Shallow Well Jet Pumps

The shallow well jet is produced to be built into the casing, which eliminates the need for a separate shallow well adapter. If your pump needs service, the back-pullout design offers a quick and easy disassembly of the pump without disturbing piping. The shallow well jet pump is also built to prevent corrosion from happening, and plastic tubing and fittings are easily removed for cleaning.

The pump has an excellent air handling ability. After the initial priming the pump has the ability to reprime itself even when air gets into the system. Pumping resumes once the water level rises above the foot valve. The option of a drain plug is also available to perform maintenance or winterizing the pump. The shallow well jet pump is great for different applications such as residential homes and cottages.

Sewage Pump

The residential sewage pump is great in different applications such as homes, agriculture, and commercial applications. Most sewage systems operate by gravity, and the sewage flows into your sewage tank. However, in basements or below ground level applications, a sewage pump is needed to pump out the lines. There are a variety of sewage pumps available designed to fit your needs. The pump housing is built from cast iron to provide you with a long-lasting sewage pump.

Sump Pump

The sump pump is often used to remove unwanted water from your home. This water may be due to stormy weather or flood water. The sump pump is put in the lowest point of your home, taking in all the unwanted water. They can be a submersible or pedestal. The submersible is a pump placed at the bottom of the pit, and the pedestal has an impellor installed at the bottom. Both pumps will be activated automatically through a float or pressure activated switch.

Submersible Pumps

The Grundfos submersible pumps are designed to provide years of trouble free performance. With built-in sand bearing protections, the submersible pump can handle the sandy conditions often found in domestic wells. Built-in, jam-free check valves and special up-thrust protection, guarantees a smooth running and fail-safe operation. A user-friendly cable guard aids in ease of installation. The Grundfos submersibles are available with a rugged Grundfos motor manufactured of stainless steel. The two units together result in a quality pumping unit built to last.

The commercial submersible pumps are renowned for their high efficiency and reliability throughout the area. These pumps are made entirely of corrosion resistant stainless steel and are ideal for a wide variety of applications. Grundfos large submersible pumps feature state-of-the-art hydraulic design, allowing the pumps to operate at depths of over 2,000 feet. Built to deliver optimum efficiency during periods of high demand.

The submersible pump provides low long-term costs and high operating reliability regardless of the application. The pump ranges offers high efficiency and high resistance to sand and other abrasives, motor burnout protection, and easy maintenance. These 6, 8 and 10 inch submersibles cover all flow requirements from 5 to 1,400 GPM and heads to 2,100 feet.

Complete monitoring and control systems are available for constant optimisation of the pumping system. The pumps are suitable for: water supply, irrigation and agriculture, groundwater lowering, pressure boosting, industrial applications.

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