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Submersible Pumps

From residential to industrial applications, submersible pumps offer a versatile solution for a range of pumping needs. Whether you are dealing with a flooded basement or need to move large volumes of water in an industrial setting, these pumps are designed to handle the task efficiently and effectively.

With their unique design, submersible pumps are able to operate while fully submerged in water, making them ideal for applications where other types of pumps would fail. They are designed to be self-priming, meaning they can start pumping water as soon as they are immersed, without the need for manual priming.

In residential settings, submersible pumps are commonly used for effectively removing water from basements and crawl spaces. They are also used for well water pumping, ensuring a constant water supply for households.

Shakti Pumps USA Submersible Pumps

In industrial settings, submersible pumps are indispensable for a variety of applications, including mining, construction, and agriculture. They can handle the pumping of slightly abrasive fluids and corrosive liquids, making them a reliable choice for demanding environments.

With their ability to handle different pumping requirements, submersible pumps continue to prove their value across various industries.

Submersible pumps are available in different sizes and capacities to suit various applications. The power and flow rate of the pump depend on the specific requirements of the task at hand.

Residential applications of submersible pumps

In residential settings, submersible pumps are commonly used for applications involve installed in the basement or crawl space of a house to prevent flooding and water damage. The pump is placed in a pit, which collects water that seeps into the basement. When the water level reaches a certain point, the pump automatically turns on and starts removing the water from the pit, preventing it from flooding the basement.

Submersible pumps are also used for well water pumping in residential areas. Many households rely on well water for their daily needs, and a submersible pump is used to bring the water from the well to the surface. These pumps are designed to handle the specific requirements of well water pumping, ensuring a constant supply of water for the household.

Commercial applications of submersible pumps

Submersible pumps are also widely used in commercial applications. They are commonly used in commercial buildings to prevent flooding in basements and parking garages. These pumpsare often installed in pits and are capable of handling large volumes of water efficiently.

Industrial applications of submersible pumps

In industrial settings, submersible pumps find a wide range of applications. They are commonly used in the mining industry for dewatering purposes. Mining operations often encounter water accumulation in mine shafts and tunnels, and submersible pumps are used to remove the water, allowing mining activities to continue.

Submersible pumps are also essential in the construction industry, particularly in dewatering construction sites. During construction projects, it is common for water to accumulate, which can hinder progress and cause safety hazards. Submersible pumps are used to remove the water, ensuring a safe and dry work environment.

Additionally, submersible pumps are used in agriculture for irrigation purposes. They are used to pump water from wells, rivers, or other water sources to irrigate crops. The pumps are designed to handle the specific requirements of agricultural applications, ensuring efficient and reliable water supply for the fields.

Agricultural applications of submersible pumps

In the agricultural sector, submersible pumps play a crucial role in irrigation systems. These pumps are used to transport water from a water source, such as a well or a river, to the fields where crops are grown. Submersible pumps are particularly suitable for agricultural applications because they can handle large volumes of water efficiently.

A wide range Pump

We offer submersible pumps with energy- efficient duty points ranging from 1m3/h to 280 /h. The pump range consists of many pump sizes and each pump size is available with an optional number of stages to match any duty point.

High Pump Efficiency

Often pump efficiency is a neglected factor compared to the price variations and are without importance of pump and motor efficiencies


When pumping 125 m3/h with a head of 200m for a period of 10 years $ 60,000 will be saved if pumps and motors having a 10% higher efficiency are chosen and the price is $ 0.10 per kW.


We offer a complete range of pumps and motors which as a standard are made completely of stainless steel AISI-304. This provides for good wear resistance and a reduced risk of corrosion when pumping ordinary cold water with a minor content of chloride.

Low Installation Costs

Stainless steel means low weight facilitating the handling of pumps and resulting in low equipment costs and reduced installation and service time. In addition pumps will be as new after service due to the high wear resistance of stainless steel

Bearing with sand Channels

All bearings are water- lubricated and have a square shape, enabling sand particles, if any, to leave the pump together with the pumped liquid.

Inlet Strainer

The inlet strainer prevents particles over a certain size from entering the pump.

Non-return Valve

All pumps are equipped with a reliable non-return valve in the valve casing preventing back flow in connection with pump stoppage.

Furthermore , the short closing time of the non-return valve means that the risk of destructive water hammer is reduced to a minimum.

The valve casing is designed for optimum hydraulic properties to minimize the pressure loss across the valve and, thus, contributes to the high efficiency of the pump.

Priming Screw

All QF and QF 30 pumps are fitted with a priming screw. Consequently, dry running is prevented because the priming screw will make sure that pump bearing are always lubricated.

Due to the semi-axial impellers of large QF pumps (except for QF 30) this priming is automatically provided.

However, it applies to all pump types that if the water table is lowered to a level below the pump inlet neither pump nor motor will be protected against dry running.

Stop Ring

The stop ring prevents damage to the pump during transport and in case of up-thrust in connection with start-up.

The stop ring, which is designed as a thrust bearing limits axial movements of the pump shaft.

Example: QF 125

The stationary part of the stop ring (A) is secured in the top bowl (Upper intermediate chamber). The rotating part (B) is fitted above the collet [split cone(c)].





Application :

The QF pumps are suitable for the following application :

  • Raw water supply.
  • Irrigation systems.
  • Groundwater lowering.
  • Pressure boosting.
  • Industrial applications.