Centrifugal Pumps for High-Capacity Fluid Pumping Applications
Pumping Solutions Inc. is a distributor of industrial pumps and accessories from leading centrifugal pump manufacturers. From self-priming electric water pumps to highly corrosion-resistant sanitary pumps, we have a centrifugal pump for every need.
Please browse our selection of industry-leading Xylem Goulds centrifugal pumps below to find the right pump model for your specific application. Not sure where to start? Request a quote on our line of centrifugal pumps or contact a Pumping Solutions expert today and let us identify the right centrifugal pump for your needs.
Xylem Goulds Centrifugal PumpsFor over 155 years, centrifugal pump manufacturer Xylem Goulds has combined its pump-building experience and expertise with the most advanced pump design and manufacturing processes available to deliver world-class pumps for countless applications.
Centrifugal Pump Features and BenefitsXylem Goulds utilizes only the highest quality materials when fabricating and manufacturing industrial centrifugal pumps in iron, bronze, and stainless steel. Seal faces are available in carbon, ceramic, and silicon carbide based on application.
Each centrifugal pump utilizes a close-coupled, space-saving design for easy installation and high-efficiency performance. While each Xylem Goulds centrifugal pump is equipped with unique features based on project demands, general user benefits of the pumps include end suction top discharge, standard case drain, and easy maintenance.
Industrial Uses and Applications for Submersible PumpsCentrifugal pumps are designed to offer high flow rates for large quantities of low-viscosity fluids. They are popular in many industries, including municipal water treatment and wine making.
Xylem Goulds centrifugal pumps can be used for various industry-specific requirements. While each pump model offers unique benefits, general applications for centrifugal pumps include water circulation, liquid transfer, spraying systems, and general-purpose pumping.
Centrifugal Pump Important Considerations and MaintenanceMunicipal centrifugal pumps are highly efficient at pumping large volumes of fluid, but there are some applications where diaphragm pumps, gear pumps, lobe pumps, and peristaltic hose pumps might be a better option. High-viscosity fluids place additional strain on a centrifugal pump impeller, which slows operation and decreases efficiency. These fluids can also cause components to overheat or lead to premature and excessive wear. Due to the high speed, centrifugal pumps are also incompatible with substances sensitive to shearing.
Centrifugal pumps must be primed and adequately lubricated for optimal operation. Allowing centrifugal pumps to run while dry will damage the pump components, so they should only be used in continuous flow applications. Seals can be replaced without removing the pump motor, making maintenance simple and easy.