Submersible Pumps or Electric Submersible Pump (ESP) is a pump that may be submerged in a liquid or fluid.
The motor is hermetically sealed and is encapsulated in the body of the pump casing.
This ensures that the motor will remain functional even when it is submerged in liquid, usually water, storm water or sewage.
Submersible dry pit pumps can be installed without being submerged, unlike wet well submersible pump installations dry well stations are not flooded with water or sewage.
They are typically built below ground level, the dry well pumping station is most vulnerable to flooding, thus the use of a submersible pump to protect the motor from liquids.
The biggest problem becomes how to keep the submersible pump motor cooled, the popular way is with a cooling jacket.
We have been supplying, servicing, repairing, retrofitting & overhauling Submersible Pumps for over 20 years.
Also known as Sewage Pump, Sump Pump or Waste Water Pump.
We can service all manufacturers pumps, sourcing spares from the OEM and utilizing reverse engineering when parts are out of stock or obsolete on older units.
We utilize our knowledge to recover worn components where other repair centers may have to buy new parts.