Pumps play a crucial role in engineering across various industries by transferring fluids from one location to another. They are mechanical devices designed to move liquids or gases by applying mechanical force to them. Pumps are used for a wide range of applications, from simple domestic water pumps to complex industrial processes.

8-Stage Bottom Casing

An 8-stage bottom casing pump refers to a multi-stage centrifugal pump with a specific design that includes eight stages within the pump casing. Each stage typically consists of an impeller and a diffuser or guide vane assembly. These pumps are designed for applications where high-pressure and high-head pumping is required.

Multi-Stage Radial Casing

A multi-stage radial casing pump, also known as a multi-stage centrifugal pump with a radial casing, is a type of centrifugal pump designed to handle high-pressure and high-head applications. It consists of multiple impellers and diffusers arranged in series within a single pump casing. The “radial casing” design refers to the orientation of the impellers, which are typically mounted radially (horizontally) within the casing.

2-Stage Pump

8-Stage Pump

With internals

Triple Screw Pump

Internals of a triple screw pump

Oil Pump

with regulating flow valve