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End Suction Centrifugal Pumps are one of the most popular centrifugal pumps available, thanks to their low cost and reliability across many industries.

The Centrifugal Pump offers a versatile pumping solution for a wide range of everyday applications across many industries. The End Suction pumps are available in a variety of materials to suit specific needs.

Furthermore thanks to their reliability these centrifugal pumps are used in a large number of industrial facilities, water treatment plants, fire protection systems, and HVAC installations. In addition to being used for clean water applications, end suction centrifugal pumps can also be used in the process industry; pumping chemicals, solvents and hazardous fluids.


Close-coupled and frame-mounted: Close-coupled pumps feature direct mounting of the impeller onto the motor shaft, eliminating the need for field alignment.

Frame-mounted end suction pumps are designed to be mounted next to a driver, such as an electric motor, on a common baseplate. These pumps incorporate a bearing housing and are suitable for applications requiring higher power ratings.

 For applications involving highly abrasive liquids, lined end-suction pumps offer a durable solution. These pumps feature a replaceable lining designed to withstand wear and prolong service life.

Ultimately, whether it’s for general fluid transfer, circulation, tanker off-loading or a multitude of other applications; end-suction pumps provide reliable performance, cost-effectiveness, and ease of maintenance, making them a preferred choice across various industries.

Pumps and Gearboxes has over 20 years of experience and can assist you in selecting the optimal pump for your requirements. In addition to the sales of End Suction Centrifugal Pumps, Pumps and Gearboxes can service and maintain the pumps to keep them running smoothly.

How do End Suction Centrifugal Pumps work?

End Suction Centrifugal Pumps operate with a centrifugal force that is generated by a rotating impeller. When the pump is activated, the impeller rapidly rotates causing the fluids between the blades to spin. Driven by the centrifugal force this propels the fluid from the impeller’s centre, increasing its energy and flow. As the fluid leaves the impeller and enters the pump casing, the flow passage gradually expands, converting kinetic energy into static pressure energy.

Continuous, impeller operation ensures a consistent flow, with the mechanical energy transformed into heightened static pressure energy. Proper priming is crucial for the pump’s functionality, ensuring an uninterrupted fluid supply.

Reasons to Buy End Suction Centrifugal Pumps

Versatile – End Suction Centrifugal Pumps can handle a wide variety of fluids including clean water, wastewater, chemicals and slurries.

Reliable – Known for their reliability and durability, with fewer moving parts these pumps require minimal maintenance offering continuous operation and less downtime.

Cost-Effectiveness – End Suction Centrifugal Pumps are a cost-effective solution for your fluid handling needs. They are low-cost, low-maintenance and energy-efficient. together with their ease of installation is why they are one of the most popular pumps for liquid transfer.