The most common type of pump in use today, centrifugal pumps are typically used to move low viscosity fluids through a piping system. There are a number of configurations available depending on the application requirements, including: end suction, split case, single and multi-stage, and vertical multi-stage units.

All types of centrifugal pumps work on the principle of converting velocity to flow and pressure. This occurs as the fluid enters the eye of the pump and is accelerated as it moves outwards through the vanes to the volute where the fluid exits the pump at a higher velocity.

C & B Equipment can offer all pump types and configurations to match your needs:

  • ANSI centrifugal pumps for any application
  • Standard centrifugal pumps
  • API pumps
  • Self-priming centrifugal pumps
  • Single and multi-stage process pumps in horizontal and vertical configurations
  • End suction centrifugal pumps (straight)
  • Long-coupled and close-coupled centrifugal pumps
  • Split case pumps
  • Inline pumps
  • Cast iron, stainless steel and CD4 pumps
  • Hydraulic driven pumps
  • Sealless magnetic drive pumps
  • Double seal pumps
  • Side channel pumps
  • Turbine pumps
  • Industrial sump
  • Non-clog dry pit pumps
  • Condensate return units

For use in a variety of applications and processes:

  • Industrial/agricultural
  • Chemical process
  • Municipal and industrial wastewater
  • Oil and gas
  • Boiler feed
  • Food processing
  • Pulp & paper
  • Textiles
  • General manufacturing
  • Solids handling
  • High temperature/heat transfer
  • Ethanol
  • Biodiesel

Contact our pump specialists today for personalized assistance in finding the most efficient pump for your process, application and budget.

Grundfos

Vertical multi-stage process pumps, Boiler Feed and Pressure Boosting

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Summit 2196 ANSI Pump

Capacities to 6000 gpm, heads to 730 feet , pressures to 375 psi, temperatures to 700 degrees F.

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Summit CC & FM

Capacities to 2,300 GPM, Heads to 200 Feet, Interchangeable Parts, Split Casing Design

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Summit 2796

Summit 2796

Self-Priming, Utilizes Existing 2196 Power End, Rear Pull-Out Design, External Axial Impeller Adjustment, Open Non-Clogging Impeller

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Summit 2175

Summit 2175

Rear Pull-Out Design, Efficient Interchangeable Parts, Sacrificial Wear Items, Double Wall Volute on Larger Sizes

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Summit SN

Summit 2175

Self-Priming Non-Clogging, Capacities to 3,400 GPM, Designed for Easy Maintenance, Compact Removable Rotating Assembly

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Summit Clark 3

Summit Clark 3

Capacities to 5,000 GPM, Head to 740 Feet, Back Pull Out Design, Threaded Bearing Housing, Accurate Impeller Adjustments

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Goulds 3656 / 3756

Goulds-3656-3676

Residential, Commercial Cast Iron, Bronze Fitted, End-Suction Flanged Pumps

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PACO

Sewage/Non-Clog, Effluent/Sump, Systems, Special Service, End Suction, Split Case and Multistage product

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Dean

ANSI Chemical Process, Vertical In-Line, High Temperature/Heat Transfer

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Pentair (Meyers, Fairbanks Nijhuis, Aurora, Berkley

MeyersAplex

Centrifugal Pumps, Close Coupled, Frame Mounted, Electric or Engine Powered

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Cornell

Close-Coupled, SAE Engine Mounted, Horizontal, and Vertical Configurations

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Magnatex

Seal-less magnetic drive centrifugal pump, medium-flow, medium to high head applications, ANSI sizes for efficient lower flow applications

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Corken® SC-Model Side Channel Pump

The SC-model side channel pump is a mechanically sealed design and is the standard seal option for propane, butane, and agricultural ammonia service.

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Corken® SCM-Model Side Channel Pump

The SCM-model side channel pump is a sealless magnetic drive design and is recommended for pumping hazardous, toxic, foul smelling, or other difficult-to-seal thin liquids.

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Weinman

End Suction, Inline Vertical, Split Case, Industrial Sump, Non-Clog Dry Pit, Condensate Return Units

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Crane Deming

End Suction (ANSI), Split Case, Vertical Sump, Inline (ANSI), Non-Clog Dry Pit, Vertical Sump, Vertical Process

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