Saturday, December 6, 2008

Hydraulic Submersible Pumps

A release of Griffin Dewatering Corp. from ThomasNet: When determining a pump for an application, there are a number of factors to consider. Among them are flow requirements, head conditions, suction requirements, and dimensional limitations.

Hydraulic submersible pumps are an option and give the added benefit of run dry capability, especially when electric powered pumps are of concern due to potential electrical hazards or other reasons, or diesel driven centrifugal pumps are not an option due to suction lift restraints. Hydraulic submersible pumps are very versatile and can fit in a number of applications.

To read the full article please click on the link below:

Berlin Technologies

1 comment: said...

Thank you for the helpful information. It is also true that it is virtually impossible for a submersible pump to cavitate. Submersible pumps are ideal for applications with alot of lift. If you need a partner in the United States we sell submersible pumps and centrifugal type pumps as well.

This blog is interesting, I hope you continue to post more informationo on it.

Cyrus Herrera Jr.