NEC Stainless steel Bore well submersibles pumps are suitable for corrosive environments. The weight to power ratio of these pumps is very low compared to conventional cast iron pumps. This facilitates easy handling and low installation cost. The submersible pump unit consists of a centrifugal wet end with one or more impellers with a strainer protected inlet bracket.
We bring forth a huge assortment of Borewell Submersibles for the worldwide clients. Made using superior quality material, our Deep Well Submersibles comply with industrial standards. Our Borewell Submersibles meet all your borehole pumping needs replacing standard surface pumps. Moreover, we provide TEXMO Logo on Borewell Submersibles.
- Water filled motor with easily rewind able stator
- Suitable for various power supplies
- Energy efficient radial and mixed flow models
- Stainless steel stage housings
- Resistant to wearing
- Corrosion resistant
- Energy efficient
- Customized pump sets are available on request
- Water supply
The 3″, 4″ Borewell Submersible we manufacture is a perfect blend of technology and high speed. Our 3″, 4″ Borewell Submersibles are praised for offering reliable and efficient performance. The 3″, 4″ Borewell Submersibles offered by us are high on demand in irrigation sector and can be availed at industry leading prices.
We are offering superior quality 5″, 6″, 7″, 8″, 10″ Borewell Submersibles that are made using high grade raw material. The 5″, 6″, 7″, 8″, 10″ Borewell Submersibles offered by us have been proved useful for the farming industry and are designed din compliance with international standards.
Submersible pumps are found in many applications. Single stage pumps are used for drainage, sewage pumping, general industrial pumping and slurry pumping. They are also popular with pond filters. Multiple stage submersible pumps are typically lowered down a borehole and most typically used for residential, commercial, municipal and industrial water extraction (abstraction), water wells and in oil wells.
Other uses for submersible pumps include sewage treatment plants, seawater handling, fire fighting (since it is flame retardant cable), water well and deep well drilling, offshore drilling rigs, artificial lifts, mine dewatering, and irrigation systems.
Pumps in electrical hazardous locations used for combustible liquids or for water that may be contaminated with combustible liquids must be designed not to ignite the liquid or vapors.