Some of the leading submersible drainage and sewage pumps are GM50, GQR, GDS and GV40.
- For wastewater from industries with 55 mm of grain size, this pump is perfectly suited.
- Pumping water from streams, pits, lakes and for rainwater harvesting.
- It is also used for irrigation purpose.
- They are highly advantageous to utilize because they are so lightweight, small and mobile. Take them right where you require them. They accompany a handle to convey them effortlessly anywhere you need.
- Since the submersible pumps are already pumping water and have water in that spot, they are self-prepared. This spares the expense of priming them.
- The submersible pump is submerged under water and does not have to put in a great effort of push to pump in the water. When contrasted with a standard water pump, which must be kept on a dry surface to avoid water damage, they are more productive.
- Pumps made of lower quality material are prone to corrosion. Just the best will give the advantage against corrosion. This product are normally made of stainless steel to maintain a strategic distance from corrosion.
- GM50 is close-coupled electric submersible pumps. GMC comes with a single-channel impeller and GMV comes with a free-flow (vortex) impeller. Double mechanical shaft seal with interposed oil chamber helps to protect against dry running.
- GQR, GDS and GDV are submersible pumps having single and free-flow impeller. They are designed to protect dry-running. These pumps are widely used in applications related with irrigation.
GX40 is specially designed pump manufactured from stainless steel with vertical delivery port. GXC is another variant with double impeller whereas GXV comes with free-flow impeller.