Whether you’re looking for a direct lift, displacement or gravity pump, Process Supply has what you need. We have over 35 years of experience in the industrial pump market, and we provide top-quality products that save you money and deliver on time. We inventory a wide range of products and represent many suppliers to help you with your pump needs. We can be your one stop shop for new or rebuilt pumps as well as new non-OEM parts.
ANSI pumps are a type of single-stage end suction centrifugal pump. This type is designed to the ASME B73.1 standard, and each size of this type of pump has identical envelope dimensions for all manufacturers.
Self-priming pumps are commonly used in sewage lift stations, where raw sewage is pumped into a treatment facility. They are also commonly mounted on portable skids and used to pump storm water or to dewater construction and mining operations.
Progressive cavity pumps are extremely versatile pumps that can be used in many different applications. They offer all the advantages of a positive displacement pump and are specially designed for abrasion resistance in tough pumping applications.
Mag drive pumps are available in stainless steel, alloy, fluoropolymer and FRP materials to meet the most demanding applications in the process industries. Mag drive pumps are installed in thousands of plants worldwide handling a wide variety of tough pumping challenges. These pumps handle everything from recovery solvents to heat transfer fluids, viscous liquids, acids, bases, toxic or noxious liquids, and high purity fluids. Talk to us about how our products and services can improve your process reliability and increase your profitability.
Slurry pumps are a heavy and robust version of centrifugal pumps, capable of handling tough and abrasive duties. Slurry pumps can be used to move mixtures of liquid and solids in many industries with a broad spectrum of applications such as mine drainage, dredging of settling lagoons, and pumping of drilling mud.
Gear pumps use the meshing of gears to pump fluid by displacement. They are one of the most common types of pumps for hydraulic fluid power applications. Gear pumps are also widely used in chemical installations to pump high viscosity fluids.
Paper stock pumps are used for continuous operation in the process industries for the pumping of clean, abrasive/corrosive liquids and various stocks up to 8% consistency.
Closed coupled pumps involve an impeller as the central element of the motor component. The pump doesn’t have a separate coupling, and thus eliminates coupling alignment, one of the more expensive and time-consuming operations of pumps that aren’t close-coupled.