What are Submersible Pumps?
Submersible pumps, also known as sump pumps, are designed to be fully immersed in water. Their main purpose is to push fluid to the surface through the use of the pump impeller. Due to the pump being submerged and pumping water to the surface, they are well known for using less energy and being highly durable.
Being a highly popular type of pump, submersible pumps can be used in a variety of applications across Australia including irrigation, mining and industrial.
Submersible Pump Applications
We have been specialising in submersible pumps, including submersible water pumps and sump pumps, for over 50 years across industries including:
- Storm water drainage
- General construction works
- Civil engineering
- Deep well applications
- Mine site dewatering
- Wastewater treatment
- Wastewater transport
- Ground water intake
Our Submersible Pump Range
At Malcolm Thompson Pumps, we have a large range of submersible pumps in stock across major brands including Aquaplus and Grundfos.
Our Aquaplus Submersible range provides a wide selection of pumps used for dewatering purposes. Ranging from 240V to 415V, our Aquaplus range is used for a variety of applications including general construction work, civil engineering and deep well applications. View our Aquaplus range below
Our Grundfos Submersible range includes both pumps and motors that are used for various applications including wastewater, mining, farming, sewage, drainage and dewatering. View our Grundfos range below
Pump Service Capabilities
We have Service teams across Australia that are highly accustomed to the service, maintenance and installation of different types of submersible pumps across a range of industries. Learn more about our service capabilities here.
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