Dewatering Submersible Pumps

Dewatering Submersible Pumps

Dewatering pumps belong to the centrifugal pump class. The pumps remove unwanted water from sites, helping to dry out the location or make it conducive to construction and other activities. Submersible dewatering pump systems can be useful in basements, construction sites, flooded fields, or mines.

Industrial Flow Solutions specializes in the design, manufacturing, sales, and service of submersible dewatering pumps. We sell various models from BJM Pumps® and Stancor®. Contact our team to learn more about our offerings and which pumps best serve your needs.

Advantages of Submersible Dewatering Pumps

Dewatering pumps create suction to draw water into the pump and out of an area. Depending on the system and pump, you can expect a 2-to-5-horsepower motor to remove up to 650 gallons per minute. Typically, a pump directs the water flow to a discharge nozzle, reducing velocity and converting energy to pressure energy before expelling it at a 7-to-10-degree angle. Most dewatering pumps have inlet sizes between 1 to 4 inches; some may have larger.

The most significant advantage of dewatering pumps is their size. The pumps are small, compact, durable, and lightweight. We can design systems around any of our available pumps, from the Perfecta series to the XP-JX series.

Also, we have and can create submersible dewatering pump systems for every type of environment, from thermal environments to mines and tunnels. For example, the explosion-proof JX series is corrosion-resistant and made from cast 316 stainless steel wet end with no welds, making it among the most durable pumps in our catalog. The XP-JX series also meets NFPA (70), NEC, and OSHA requirements for Class 1, Division 1, Group C & D hazardous locations.

Custom Dewatering Pump Systems

With over 200 years of technical and application experience, IFS can confidently design, build, test, install, and work with partners through the post-install process. We built our state-of-the-art, in-house testing facility in New Haven to Hydraulic Institute Standards, enabling us to perform comprehensive tests and provide rapid results.

Submersible Dewatering Pump Systems

Our team at IFS is ready to create your submersible dewatering pump systems. Let us turn your flow problems into flow solutions. With our services and products, you can experience lower costs and improved efficiencies with minimal environmental impact. Reach out and learn more about our process, products, and team. We commit to industry-leading response times and offer a human touch from initial inquiry to post-installation support.

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