Centrifugal liquid pumps by means centrifugal forces. The pump consists of three basic components:The pump house (also called a snail house, because of its shape) with the inlet or suction side in the middle and the outlet or discharge side at the edge. (usually top).

The impeller, an ingenious paddle wheel, which, due to rotation under the influence of centrifugal forces, hurls the liquid out from the inside at the inlet.

The shaft with the impeller which can be driven by different types of motors (electric, hydraulic, air or burning) can be powered. Centrifugal pumps can be divided into two main categories: Normal priming and self priming. When you are using normal priming pumps, you should take care that the pumps are always supplied with liquid, otherwise the pump will fall out. This problem can be prevented with a self-priming pump.

Normal priming

Deepwell / well pumps
Submersible pumps
Multistage pumps
Normal priming pumps according to standard EN733

IR end suction close coupled pump

MQ en suction pumps with stub shaft
Splitcase pumps
Vertical in-line pumps

Self priming

Self-priming dirty water pumps

Self-priming drinking water pumps/boosters

Material                        Super duplex, cast iron, ductile iron, stainless steel and bronze

                                    Up to 525 M³/h and 129 mwc