John Morris Scientific offers centrifugal pumps at high flow rates, low pressures, and pulseless flow at a low price. They're ideal for your general transfer applications.
Our centrifugal pump range offers flow rates for clean liquids (no particulates) up to 2200 LPM and pressures up to 25 bar. They also include low-cost centrifugal pumps for water transfer and chemically resistant models for highly corrosive chemicals.
The simple design of a centrifugal pump means quick installation, low maintenance, and easy repair. Most centrifugal pumps must be gravity fed or utilized with a priming chamber; some are self-priming. You can control the flow rate by restricting the flow at the outlet with a nozzle or valve, and in most cases, you can restrict the outlet indefinitely without damaging the pump. However, centrifugal pumps should not be run dry.
Types of Centrifugal Pumps
Why use a Centrifugal Pump?
Typical Applications for Centrifugal Pumps
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