A pump is a mechanical device used to force a fluid to move forward inside a pipeline or hose. They are also used to produce pressure by the creation of a suction (partial vacuum), which causes the fluid to rise to a higher altitude.

Self Priming Pumps

Self-priming pumps are a specific type of liquid pump designed to have the required liquid inside the cavity or pump body necessary to start the pumping process. This offers the potential for increased operating efficiencies in process plants where pumps are used for a variety of repeated yet intermittent operations.

Horizontal Openwell Submersible Pumps

Horizontal Openwell Submersible Pumps are designed for underwater applications, there is no need of priming and foot valve. Horizontal Openwell Submersible Pump. Salient Features. Compactly designed pump set for easy handling and installation.

Multistage Openwell Submersible Pumps

Multistage Open well submersible pumps are designed for open well applications, where the pump is fully submerged in water. The multistage openwell submersible pump, works similar to the borewell submersible pump, wherein the water passes through a series of stages.

Borewell Submersible Pumps

A submersible pump (or sub pump, electric submersible pump (ESP)) is a device which has a hermetically sealed motor close-coupled to the pump body. The main advantage of this type of pump is that it prevents pump cavitation, a problem associated with a high elevation difference between the pump and the fluid surface.