The Most Common Type Of Centrifugal Pump.
End suction pumps are one of the most common types of centrifugal pumps. End suction pumps can be used for any transfer or circulation of liquid and are capable of handling clean or dirty liquids, and liquids with low viscosity. These pumps are a type of centrifugal pump that have the inlet on the front side of the casing and discharge coming out the top or side of the casing. They are quite often used as single stage pumps, but are also available in multistage configurations. They are available in a wide variety of material combinations to suit any application.
Anderson Process is proud to partner with some of the industry’s premier centrifugal end suction pump manufacturers — Ampco Pumps Company, Ansimag, Blackmer, Dean Pump, Finish Thompson, Franklin Electric, Hayward Gordon, Goulds Water Technology, Griswold, Gusher Pumps, Liquiflo, March Pumps, Pioneer Pump, Price Pump, Richter, T-Mag, Thomas Pump, Sundyne, Vanton, Vertiflo and Walrus — to offer a large selection of end suction pumps for nearly any industrial process application. Our end suction pumps provide exceptional reliability, enabling operations to maximize production up-time.