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B Type Submersible Drainage Pumps

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SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS

Submersible pumps (also called drainage pumps, stormwater pumps, sewage pumps, septic pumps according to applications) are widely used in building services, commercial, residential, municipal, rural, industrial, and rainwater re-use and waste water recycle, etc. applications.

A submersible pump consists of two parts - pump section and motor section. The major components of pump section include pump casing and impeller. The impellers have different forms as per applications, such as closed impellers, vortex impellers, contra-block impellers, single channel impellers, multi-stage impellers, cutter, or grinder impellers, etc.

They are suitable for moving subsoil water, stormwater, sewage, grey water, black water, trade waste, rainwater, bore water, chemicals and foodstuffs, by working with different designs for multiple applications, which include closed impellers, vortex impellers, contra-block impellers, single channel impellers, multi-stage, cutter, or grinder pumps.

The submersible pump can be merged into liquid and transfer a variety of liquids to another place.  They have wide applications, such as: sewer, grey water, trade waste, black water, stormwater, subsoil water, rainwater, bore water, etc.

Smoothflow keeps stocks for different types of submersible pumps. Please refer to other pages for different submersible pumps.


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