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Walrus America Inc.

Since 1978 Walrus pumps providing products that can be used in irrigation, water treatment, air-conditioning, industrial washing, filtration systems, machine tools, and many other applications. Walrus’s main product lines are their pressure boosting and coolant pumps.

Pumps under the Walrus brand (TPHK, TPCK, TPAK, TPK, & TPH) are typically stocked and distributed out of their main Houston, TX location. Products under the Systemflo brand (SLR & CDLK) are made to order pumps that can handle more complex and diverse range of applications with a much longer lead time.

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TPHK Series

TPHK Series

The TPHK series pump is a submersible vertical multistage centrifugal pump best used in non-aggressive, clean environments. It is a stainless steel constructed self-priming pump with one straight shaft between the motor and pump with the impellers mounted on an extended motor shaft.

  • Flows up to 75 GPM
  • Pressures from 116 PSI
  • Temperatures from 0° – 194° F
  • Submerged depth minimum of 2.6”
TPH Series

TPH Series

TPH pumps are quiet and highly efficient horizontal multi-stage centrifugal pump best used in clean water applications. They are not self-priming, feature a co-axial pump/motor design, and the impellers are mounted on an extended motor shaft. Parts in contact with liquid are have stainless steel construction.

  • Flows up to 360 GPM
  • Pressures up to 116 PSI
  • Temperature 194° F
TPAK Series

TPAK Series

TPAK pumps are coolant pumps for circulating and spraying lubricants for machining tools, such as turning, milling, drilling, cutting, slitting, and grinding. The pump is a one-chamber vertical centrifugal pump with on straight shaft between motor and pump. The impellers are mounted on an extended motor shaft.

  • Flows up to 60 GPM
  • Pressures up to 25 PSI
  • Temperature 194° F
  • Max liquid level 0.8” below top of tank
SLR & CDLK Series

SLR & CDLK Series

The SLR and CDLK series are vertical non-self-priming multistage centrifugal pumps driven by a standard electric motor. They can be equipped with an intelligent protector technology to prevent dry running, out-of-phase, and overloading. Both series have capabilities to handle slightly corrosive liquids. The CDLK has immersion capabilities but has a lower flow range, while the SLR uses a standard motor and has a higher flow range. The SLR is unique in that both the inlet and the outlet flanged connections are located bottom of the pump.

  • Flows up to 128 GPM
  • Pressures up to 363 PSI
  • Temperatures from  5° F – 248° F
TPCK and TPK Series

TPCK and TPK Series

The TPCK and TPK are submersible vertical multistage centrifugal pumps best used in non-aggressive, clean environments featuring a corrosion free design. It is a stainless steel constructed self-priming pump coupled to a motor.

  • Flows up to 48 GPM
  • Pressures up to 116 PSI
  • Temperatures from 0° F – 194° F
  • Submerged depth minimum of 2.6”

TPHK Series

TPHK Series

The TPHK series pump is a submersible vertical multistage centrifugal pump best used in non-aggressive, clean environments. It is a stainless steel constructed self-priming pump with one straight shaft between the motor and pump with the impellers mounted on an extended motor shaft.

  • Flows up to 75 GPM
  • Pressures from 116 PSI
  • Temperatures from 0° – 194° F
  • Submerged depth minimum of 2.6”

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TPH Series

TPH Series

TPH pumps are quiet and highly efficient horizontal multi-stage centrifugal pump best used in clean water applications. They are not self-priming, feature a co-axial pump/motor design, and the impellers are mounted on an extended motor shaft. Parts in contact with liquid are have stainless steel construction.

  • Flows up to 360 GPM
  • Pressures up to 116 PSI
  • Temperature 194° F

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Download Brochure

TPAK Series

TPAK Series

TPAK pumps are coolant pumps for circulating and spraying lubricants for machining tools, such as turning, milling, drilling, cutting, slitting, and grinding. The pump is a one-chamber vertical centrifugal pump with on straight shaft between motor and pump. The impellers are mounted on an extended motor shaft.

  • Flows up to 60 GPM
  • Pressures up to 25 PSI
  • Temperature 194° F
  • Max liquid level 0.8” below top of tank

Request a Quote
Download Brochure

SLR & CDLK Series

SLR & CDLK Series

The SLR and CDLK series are vertical non-self-priming multistage centrifugal pumps driven by a standard electric motor. They can be equipped with an intelligent protector technology to prevent dry running, out-of-phase, and overloading. Both series have capabilities to handle slightly corrosive liquids. The CDLK has immersion capabilities but has a lower flow range, while the SLR uses a standard motor and has a higher flow range. The SLR is unique in that both the inlet and the outlet flanged connections are located bottom of the pump.

  • Flows up to 128 GPM
  • Pressures up to 363 PSI
  • Temperatures from  5° F – 248° F

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SLR Brochure
CDLK Brochure

TPCK and TPK Series

TPCK and TPK Series

The TPCK and TPK are submersible vertical multistage centrifugal pumps best used in non-aggressive, clean environments featuring a corrosion free design. It is a stainless steel constructed self-priming pump coupled to a motor.

  • Flows up to 48 GPM
  • Pressures up to 116 PSI
  • Temperatures from 0° F – 194° F
  • Submerged depth minimum of 2.6”

Request a Quote
TPCK Brochure
TPK Brochure

Since 1978 Walrus pumps providing products that can be used in irrigation, water treatment, air-conditioning, industrial washing, filtration systems, machine tools, and many other applications. Walrus’s main product lines are their pressure boosting and coolant pumps.

Pumps under the Walrus brand (TPHK, TPCK, TPAK, TPK, & TPH) are typically stocked and distributed out of their main Houston, TX location. Products under the Systemflo brand (SLR & CDLK) are made to order pumps that can handle more complex and diverse range of applications with a much longer lead time.

Visit Walrus Website