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What is an end suction pump?

An end suction pump is a type of centrifugal pump used in the transfer or circulation of most liquids, whether clean or dirty. It offers a relatively low-cost solution, is normally available in various materials and can be fitted to many applications.

End suction pumps are characterised by a horizontal shaft and single overhung impeller. Liquid enters the end of the casing (hence the term ‘end suction’) and is propelled out of the top.

Although end suction pumps can move liquids containing suspended solids (depending on impeller type), they aren’t usually suited to thicker fluids such as certain oils.

To enquire about any of our wide range of centrifugal pumps, submersible pumps, swimming pool pumps and more, call Matthew Gibbons on 07970 676272 or email matthew@gibbonsgroup.co.uk

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  • Date: 16 July 2018 Debbie Craythorne
    I am looking to replace my labatory pumps.
    We currently use B100 SERIES X41-914.
    The pump has to have a gauge and will be low pressure. This is a suction pump to suck air out of a casting bag.

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