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Knowledge & Insights: Self-Priming Pumps

Cornell Duplex Self-Priming Pump Station

Check out this handsome duplex self-priming pump station we put together for a good customer. The assembly features (2) Cornell Pumps with Redi-prime chambers. The skid also includes Proco expansion joints, Dixon butterfly valves, IFM pressure transducers and a control panel built at our Michigan branch. Anderson Process assesses your fluid application needs and collaborates […]

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Finish Thompson Pump Skid

A chemical manufacturer was looking for a solution for transferring, loading, and unloading demanding chemicals. The pictured robust pump skid we constructed contains a 3″X2″ Finish Thompson self-priming (SP) pump with rotating flanges made of polypropylene. The pump is driven by a 7.5 HP Baldor motor. A PVC strainer basket was added and the attractive […]

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What is a Self-Priming Pump and How Does it Work?

In many applications, pumps are completely submerged in the liquid of what’s being pumped and are constantly surrounded by that liquid. Forces such as gravity and air pressure ensure that no air enters the suction line of the pump. For many other pumping applications, it is necessary for pumps to be above the level of […]

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