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      Solids Handling Pumps
      Submersible

      Selecting the right pump for any application can be a challenging, yet crucial step to ensuring the job is done as efficiently as possible. Depending on your pumping needs and a bit of data, our engineers can help you select the right pump for your project.
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      Submersible Pump Systems

      Submersible pumps are designed to be completely submerged in the liquid that is to be pumped, eliminating the need for priming the pump. With multiple sizes and power options available, our pumps can handle the toughest of jobs in dredging, industrial uses, and more. Submersible pumps operate by utilizing the head of the liquid it’s submerged in, making it a very efficient pump for multiple demanding applications.

      Pump Configuration Options

      • Vertical or Horizontal Mounting
      • Submersible / Immersible
      • Electric or Hydraulic Powered
      • Abrasive-Resistant
      • Trailer / Skid Mountable
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      DAE P-Series

      Slurry & Sand Pump With Open Stand and Agitator
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      DAE S-Series

      Slurry & Sand Pump With Strainer and Agitator
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      DAE SLD-Series

      Submersible Sludge / Slurry Pumps

      Need Help Selecting a Pump?

      If you need help selecting the most efficient pump for your project, call us at (760) 821-8112.

      Custom Pump Curve

      A pump curve is a graphical representation of a pumps flowrate against a certain level of head. Using a pump curve that is accurate for your application will greatly help in selecting the correct pump, ultimately saving you time and money.

      Pump curves are developed from data gathered during testing of the pumps performance at the manufacturer’s facility and provides the end-user with a graph of how the pump will operate over a set range. To build the pump curve, our engineers compile several variables including type of material, fluid viscosity, distance to pump, target GPM, and factors that are job-specific. This ensures the most efficient pump is recommended for your project.

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      Pump Features

      • Capable of Pumping Wide Array of Materials
      • Large Selection of Pumps and Configurations
      • Easily Pump Abrasive and Gritty Material
      • Higher Tolerance Between Impeller and Pump Casing, Allowing Larger Solids
      • Low Maintenance