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Vertical Pump Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Houston, TX 866-624-7867

    Magnatex Pumps reliability of a broad range of products bring our current customers back and impresses potential clientele. With our focus on magnetic drive pumps and centrifugal pumps, we can provide the turbine vane pumps, water pumps, and sealless centrifugal pumps applicable as acid pumps, chemical pumps (feed, process, transfer), and hot oil pumps, appropriate to your needs.

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  • Northbrook, IL 800-786-7249

    Would an inventory of 9,000 pumps and pump accessories entice you to look here? We sell and repair product from dependable manufacturers—chemical pumps, horizontal and vertical centrifugal pumps, multistage centrifugal pumps, sealless pumps, sump pumps and more.

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  • Cincinnati, OH 513-530-0888

    Vertiflo manufactures and distributes self-priming centrifugal pumps (trash and solids handling), industrial vertical centrifugal pumps, sump pumps, sealless pumps and chemical pumps. Our company was established in 1979 and has grown, developing many new products for industrial applications.

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  • Arvada, CO 303-425-0800

    For reliable industrial pumps and compressors, contact Sundyne for design and manufacture. Industries using our centrifugal pumps include pharmaceutical processing, chemical processing, power generation, beverage production and others. Sundyne centrifugal integrally geared compressors are engineered to run continuously for 7 years under API-617 and API-614 standards. Call today to learn more.

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  • Huntsville, AL 800-253-2583

    When it comes to moving your hard-to-handle liquids quickly and efficiently, John Blue’s centrifugal transfer and spray pumps are second to none. John Blue Company’s product lines include centrifugal spray pumps, cast iron centrifugal pumps, and polypropylene centrifugal pumps.

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Vertical Pumps Industry Information

Vertical Pumps

A vertical pump uses centrifugal force to convert mechanical energy into kinetic energy and increase the pressure of a liquid as it travels upwards through a pipe.

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Purpose of Vertical Pumps

Because liquids are almost impossible to reduce in volume, they cannot be pressurized and therefore must be transported through other means. Centrifugal force causes substances including liquids to move away from their center of rotation; this force can be controlled and used to lift and convey liquid.

Application of Vertical Pumps

Vertical pumps are constructed from stainless steel, aluminum or cast iron and must be strong enough to withstand internal and external pressures. These pumps are most often used for lifting and transporting water, an application that finds many uses in residential, general purpose, industrial and commercial situations. Centrifugal pumps are used in wastewater and sewage treatment plants to handle trash and refuse; certain heavy duty models can pump mixtures of solids that are suspended in liquid. As water pumps, vertical pumps are used for deep well pumping and move water from its underground source to buildings for human use or to prevent flooding or drainage issues. If vertical pumps are made of strong corrosion resistant materials, they are able pump chemicals and acids which is a useful way of transporting hazardous liquids throughout a processing plant.

Design of Vertical Pumps

Vertical centrifugal pumps are simply designed machines. A casing called a volute contains a horizontal impeller mounted perpendicularly on an upright rotating shaft. The electric motor uses its mechanical energy to turn the impeller whose blades impart kinetic energy to the liquid as it begins to rotate up the casing. Momentum and pressure carry the liquid (most commonly water) through the expanding volute until it exits through a discharge opening, sometimes at high velocities. Vertical pumps are located underground near the source of liquid which they move up to the surface. They are usually electric because a gas tank would be impractical to store and fill. The power cords are kept in a durable protective casing to prevent any leaks or damage.

One example of a vertical pump is an axial flow pump whose impeller is actually a kind of propeller that lifts the liquid in a direction parallel to the pump shaft instead of pushing it in a perpendicular direction like horizontal centrifugal pumps would. Vertical pumps are generally designed in a close-coupled arrangement where the motor and the pump are held in the same slim enclosure that can be lowered into a deep well hole. Another technique is to have the motor at ground level and install the pump underground.