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Water is pumped into this tank until it reaches a certain pressure, usually between 40 and 60 psi, and then the pump is shut off. When the water needs to be accessed, the pressure within the tank pushes the water to the desired destination. The pump will come back on once the pressure within the tank is reduced below a specific threshold. Read More…

Well Pumps Well pumps help move water from an underground water source through pipes leading to another location within a home or business. Well water pumps contain a motor, which spins a blade. This blade creates suction and draws the water into the pipes. Once the water is drawn up from the underground water source, it usually pumped into a pressurized storage tank.
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Commerce City, CO  |  800-525-9930

A.R. Wilfley & Sons has manufactured pumps for over 85 years. We provide quality chemical pumps, acid pumps, slurry pumps and centrifugal pumps, all meeting ASME standards. The design of our pumps is meant to meet maximum flexibility and tailored for any application. For over 90 years our pumps have proven efficient and safe, globally. Contact us today for your free application needs assessment.

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A.R. Wilfley & Sons Inc. $$$

Grand Rapids, MI  |  616-241-1611

Here at Blackmer our centrifugal pumps are equipped with secondary features and value-added components which sets our pumps apart from the competition. We are your hassle-free manufacturer of outstanding parts. Just let us know your application and we can handle the rest. Our teams are ready to work with you today! Please give us a call today to learn more!

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Blackmer® $$$

Chicago Heights, IL  |  708-754-2940

For more than 70 years, Nagle Pumps have been the standard of excellence and reliability in heavy-duty pumps for abrasive, corrosive and high temperature applications. A wide Selection of designs, components, and Materials of construction allows Nagle to custom engineer each pump to meet your specific requirements. Nagle manufactures Vertical Cantilever, Wet and Dry Mounted, Submerged Bearing, Horizontal and Submersible pumps.

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Nagle Pumps $$$

Schaumburg, IL  |  888-887-7867

Established in 1996, Illinois Process Equipment (IPE) provides high quality specialty pumps and services to Industrial markets. Our capabilities encompass a complete spectrum of services including engineering, system design and fabrication, product stocking, field service, in-house repair, and contract maintenance. Centrifugal and self-priming pumps, among others, are among our product offering.

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Illinois Process Equipment $$$

Houston, TX  |  281-955-8035

It is our commitment to you that all of our products undergo extensive, rigorous testing under the meticulously watchful eyes of our quality control team in order to ensure that we are bringing you the best product possible. We serve many diverse markets with our products including marine, industrial, military as well as many others. Visit our website today or send a personalized email to our customer service team today!

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Walrus America, Inc $$$
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Well pumps come with various amounts of horsepower. As would be expected, greater amount of horsepower is needed to pump water longer distances and to pump larger amounts of water at one time. Therefore, if you must draw water from deeper underground, a larger motor must be used. In addition, well pumps supplying flow to more than one location will need to have more horsepower.

There are two types of well pumps: shallow well and deep well. Well pumps come in a variety of offerings: hand water pumps, solar well pumps, jet pumps and submersible pumps. Knowing the depth of the water table is another important factor in choosing the proper well pump for water extraction needs. For example, jet pumps are commonly used for shallow wells, while submersible pumps are much more effective for pumping water from deeper water sources.