Centrifugal Process Pumps for Low-Maintenance Fluid Movement.
Equipment maintenance costs can be a significant drain on industrial and manufacturing operations — from parts replacement to downtime for repairs, to reduced production output. With their simple design featuring few moving parts, our centrifugal pumps are engineered to be low-maintenance, easy to operate and highly efficient.
Centrifugal pumps are one of the most common pump types used in industrial processing. They are ideal for low-viscosity fluids that can tolerate high flow rates without risk of degradation. As such, they are frequently used to transfer sewage, petroleum and chemicals, but especially water and wastewater.
Available in sealless designs, centrifugal pumps can significantly reduce their cost of ownership over their lifetime. Centrifugal pumps that lack drive seals, which wear over time and create leak points, reduce maintenance needs and enhance site safety and compliance — a consideration that is especially important for the transfer of hazardous fluids. Our magnetic drive pumps from T-Mag and Ansimag are setting the standard in sealless pump design.
Anderson Process offers the most trusted brands of centrifugal pumps in the industry, including Dean Pump®, Griswold, Blackmer, Goulds Water Technology and Gusher Pumps. From self-priming and multistage pumps to cantilever and magnetic pumps, our centrifugal pumps are built with durability in mind. Our pumps’ simple design and quality craftsmanship provide exceptional reliability, enabling operations to maximize production uptime.
Anderson Process’s team of in-house pump experts work closely with customers to get to know the unique needs and challenges of their entire process. We are committed to delivering the fluid-transfer technology that will optimize your operation. Sometimes this means addressing aspects of the process beyond the pump in order to prevent — or correct — equipment-damaging conditions, such as cavitation. As “solutions integrators” we are committed to taking a holistic approach to your fluid-transfer needs in order to ensure your fluid-handling process will deliver reliable, efficient performance over the long term.