Submersible Pump Buyers Guide


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 whole assembly is submerged in the fluid to be pumped.[4] The main advantage of this type of pump is that it prevents pump cavitation, a problem associated with a high elevation difference between pump and the fluid surface. Submersible pumps push fluid to the surface as opposed to jet pumps having to pull fluids. Submersibles are more efficient than jet pumps.

Below you will find manufacturers representatives who handle a wide array of Submersible Pumps.

For specific manufacturer please use the Pumps By Manufacturer section on the top navigation bar.

 

John Brooks company

Submersible Pumps

The PortaPump submersible, battery-powered pump operates using any 12-volt car or truck battery. It comes equipped with cables and battery clips. Extremely portable, the pump weights only 33 pounds (15kg) and can fit through openings as small as 10" (25cm). Electrically safe and whisper quiet.

John Brooks company also supplies submersible pumps from Gorman Rupp.

   
  York Fluid Controls

Submersible Pumps

Submersible Pumps are designed to be fully immersible within a tank or other media storage receptacle. The motors of submersible pumps are normally sealed in oil-filled cavities that are protected from contact with the transfer media. Many common types of pumps can be designed by submersible pumps manufacturers to be submersible.

York Fluid Controls also supplies submersible pumps from Hydra-Tech, Monarch Industries and AMT Pumps.

Search This Site

(Search by Product Type i.e. Level or Brand Name i.e. Versa-Matic)


Your Source For Process Controls And Instrumentation News

About Us

Our Publisher and Owner has been involved in the Canadian Process Control Market for over 35 years. As a former publisher and founder of one of our competitor's print publications in 1992 he left and began his own print magazine known as The Complete Process Products Book which evolved into Process Controls and Instrumentation News. In 1999 we created www.process-controls.com which contained an online Buyers Guide. We further evolved to the web site you see today and began to develop and maintain web sites for our clients. We introduced The Process News in February 2004 with a worldwide circulation of 43,000 readers providing up-to-date information on the latest products.

Sitemap

Process News

Process News bi-weekly newsletter is sent out every second Tuesday to over 45,000 readers worldwide. Process News was designed to make it easy to obtain product information, get quotes, contact manufacturers or their representatives. The pages that follow contain the latest information supplied to us from manufacturers and their representatives on new products or services offered to the process controls and instrumentation market. Twice per month the Process News newsletter will be sent to you from Process Controls and Instrumentation. Each newsletter will contain the latest up-to-date product information available. Click Here to see the latest newsletter.

Sample Content

Process Controls and Instrumentation provides an indepth Buyers Guide of products. We provide a Company Directory of manufacturers and representatives. We offer an Industrial Pump Directory and offer a Product Site Directory and a Directory of Pumps By Type. We provide a section of easy to understand Process Control Terminology. We provide a Video Library of videos on the latest products. We offer a section on Web Site Design and Advertising Opportunities on this web site.

Get in Touch