End Suction Pumps

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Overhung floor mounted volutes End Suction Pumps is a centrifugal pump that designed a casing with suction going out one end and discharge is placed at the top coming out. They can be found in a variety of applications in the agricultural irrigation, fire fighting, municipal,chemicaland Industrial markets and are available in Close-Coupled, diesel engine, electric motor, Horizontal, and Vertical Configurations

Single Stage Pump

Capacities: up to 1200 m³/h
Head: up to 133 m
Discharge: up to 12 inch
HP: up to 130 kw
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Monoblock Pump

Capacities: up to 1450 m³/h
Head: up to 154 m
Discharge: up to 20 inch
HP: up to 160 kw
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Pipeline Pump

Capacities: up to 1450 m³/h
Head: up to 154 m
Discharge: up to 20 inch
HP: up to 160kw
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Common End Suction Pump Applications

End suction pumps are versatile and used in many industrial and municipal pumping applications that require reliable flow rates and moderate heads. Their excellent suction performance, compact size, and ease of maintenance make them a popular pump choice.

Municipal water supply

End suction pumps are commonly used to pump water from wells, reservoirs, and water treatment plants into water distribution systems. They provide efficient and reliable service for potable water supply.

Wastewater handling

End suction pumps are used extensively in wastewater treatment plants to pump influent, effluent, and sludges from one process to another. Their ability to handle solids makes them well-suited for pumping slurries.

Industrial processes

End suction pumps are used in various industrial applications to transfer process fluids. Common examples include pumping liquids in food processing, chemical and pharmaceutical plants, pulp and paper mills, etc.

HVAC systems

In HVAC systems, end suction pumps circulate chilled or hot water between chillers, boilers, cooling towers, and air handlers. Their compact design makes them suitable for mechanical rooms with space constraints.

Boiler feedwater systems

End suction pumps supply feedwater to steam boilers and hot water boilers. Feedwater pumps need to generate sufficient pressure to inject water against the boiler pressure.

Fire fighting systems

End suction pumps are a critical component of fire sprinkler systems, allowing rapid distribution of water to sprinklers in the event of a fire. They provide high pressure output from storage tanks.


In agricultural applications, end suction pumps transfer water for crop irrigation from sources like wells, canals, rivers, and lakes. Their ability to handle solids makes them suitable for pumping turbid water.

Reverse osmosis systems

Providing high pressure for desalination

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FAQ About single stage end suction pumps

What is an End Suction Pump?

An end suction pump, also known as a end suction centrifugal pump, is a single-stage centrifugal pump where the suction nozzle is located at one end of the pump casing while the discharge nozzle is located at the side perpendicular to the suction nozzle. The impeller is mounted on a shaft inside the casing which is connected to a motor that provides the rotational force.
As liquid enters through the suction nozzle, it flows over the impeller blades which impart velocity to the liquid and direct it out through the discharge nozzle. The volute or diffuser casing collects the liquid and converts the velocity to pressure before the liquid exits the pump.

How Does an End Suction Pump Work?

The working principle of an end suction pump is based on the centrifugal force generated by the rotation of an impeller. When the pump is switched on, the impeller starts to rotate, creating a low-pressure zone at the center. This low-pressure zone causes the fluid to be drawn into the pump through the suction inlet. As the fluid enters the pump, it is accelerated by the impeller and directed towards the discharge outlet. The kinetic energy gained by the fluid is then converted into pressure energy, resulting in the desired flow rate.

Advantages of End Suction Pumps

Compact design saves space

Easy to install and replace

Relatively low initial and maintenance costs

Parts are easily accessible for maintenance

Capable of handling thin and thick liquids

Can operate at high speeds for higher discharge pressure

Strong suction lift capacity

Wide range of materials and configurations available

High efficiency operation

How to Select the Right End Suction Pump

Here are some key factors to consider when selecting the appropriate end suction pump for your application:

- Required flow rate, head, discharge pressure
- Type of liquid - viscosity, solids content, corrosiveness
- Operating conditions - temperature, altitude
- Pump speed - impacts size, price, performance
- Desired pump reliability and efficiency
- Cost limitations
- Physical size limitations
- Motor specifications - power, speed, electricals
- Materials of construction that suit the liquid
- Desired brand, warranty and certifications

Working closely with a pump supplier is highly recommended to get a pump that is correctly sized and configured for your specific requirements.
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