Pump Identification

Below are line drawings of the most common models of centrifugal and positive displacement pumps. These pumps work in a wide range of applications.

Centrifugal Pumps

The most common type of pump operates on the principle of centrifugal force. Centrifugal pumps are widely used for fluid circulation and booster service.

  • Self Priming Non-Clog

    Self-Priming Non-Clog

  • Submersible Non-Clog or Sewage

    Submersible Non-Clog or Sewage

  • Horizontal Frame Mount

    Horizontal Frame-Mount

  • Regenerative Turbine

    Regenerative Turbine

  • Horizontal Close-Coupled

    Horizontal Close-Coupled

  • Submersible Grinder

    Submersible Grinder

  • Vertical Sump Pump

    Vertical Sump Pump

  • Vertical Dry Pit Non-Clog Pump

    Vertical Dry Pit Non-Clog Pump

  • Submersible Well Pump

    Submersible Well Pump

  • Submersible Sump Pump

    Submersible Sump Pump

Positive Displacement Pumps

When you need more control over your application or are pumping hard-to-handle fluids, positive displacement pumps are the best choice.

  • Air Operated Diaphram

    Air Operated Diaphram

  • Metering


  • Progressive Cavity

    Progressive Cavity

  • Rotary Gear

    Rotary Gear