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Fire Pumps
Fire pumps are used to move water through a fire sprinkler system or to manual hose bibs in commercial or industrial applications. The pump's intake is most often connected to an external water supply, though sometimes it can be connected to a local water source such as a tank or well.
Submersible Pumps
Submersible pumps are designed to function with both pump and motor submerged in the fluid to be pumped. The motor of this centrifugal pump is sealed in a way that prevents liquid from seeping in, protecting against short-outs.
Self Priming Pumps
A self-priming pump is a centrifugal pump that removes the need for external priming devices.
End Suction Pumps
End suction pumps are one of the most common types of centrifugal pumps. Learn more about these pumps and what applications they're used.
Vertical Turbine Pumps
Vertical turbine pumps are centrifugal pumps specially designed to move water from an underground well or reservoir. They're also known a deep well turbine pumps or a line shaft turbine pumps.
Scroll Compressor Review
A scroll compressor (also called spiral compressor, scroll pump and scroll vacuum pump) is a free standing involute spiral which is bounded on one side by a solid flat plane, or base.

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