Submersible Pump Manufacturers
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Submersible pumps are used in many applications including agriculture, industrial and municipal water systems. There are several different types including: borehole pumps, booster pumps, condensate pumps, dewatering pumps, fountain pumps, grinder pumps, trash pumps, and utility pumps to name a few.
To ensure that you have the right submersible pump for your application, it is important that you work with a reputable pump manufacturer.
A submersible pump manufacturer can help analyze your system to determine the right type and size. Determining the right pump size is very important to maintaining a lower operation cost and ensuring the pump doesn’t break down.
PumpScout works with several pump companies - we have listed a few below.
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Submersible pumps are designed to operate when submerged in fluid. The motor is sealed to prevent fluid from seeping in, which would cause the motor to short circuit.
The main advantage of submersible pumps is that there is no motor above grade, so floor space is better utilized. They also tend to have lower operating costs and create less noise.
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Pump manufacturer Grundfos A/S earned the Productivity 2012 Award from the Confederation of Danish Industries, the company recently announced.
Lufkin Industries plans to purchase Zenith Oilfield Technology. Zenith is a developer of systems for down-hole monitoring, data gathering and control systems. The company also offers real-time optimization and control devices specifically for electric submersible pumps (ESPs) and progressing cavity pumps (PCPs).
Frost & Sullivan has honored NETZSCH Pumps & Systems with the 2011 Best Practice Award for increased customer benefit. NETZSCH's customer focus and product innovation were a few key factors in winning the award. NETZSCH is a leading manufacturer of progressive cavity pumps, screw pumps, lobe pumps, metering pumps and other equipment.