Pumps are designed for use with specific systems to transfer liquids from one area to another. Sump pumps can remove unwanted water from areas below ground level. Booster pumps can supply water for irrigation systems in agricultural applications. Industrial chemical pumps, or fuel and oil transfer pumps, can keep fluids moving throughout a system for smooth-running components.

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Centrifugal Pump

Centrifugal pumps circulate water and transfer liquids. They are commonly used in commercial and industrial applications, such as filtering water, boosting water pressure, and aerating ponds and fountains. Self-priming, portable utility pumps speed up drainage. Corrosion resistant pumps move chemicals and resist damage from acids or chemicals. Booster pumps increase pressure in city mains or residential buildings, and can maximize filtration operations in pond systems.
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Sump, Sewage & Utility Pumps

Sump, sewage, and utility pumps drain liquids from flooded areas and basin sump pits to prevent flooding. Primary sump pumps drain water from sump pits in basements to prevent damage to homes and belongings. Sewage and effluent pumps dispose of wastewater from drains or septic systems. Marine bilge pumps remove water from the boat’s bilge compartment. Trash, dewatering, and utility pumps remove water that may contain solids from jobsites and remote locations. Sump and sewage pump switches and controls regulate when pumps start and stop, while alarms alert when flood conditions occur. Sink drain pump systems help remove wastewater from baths or sinks with below-grade drains, such as those in the basement of a house.

Diaphragm Pump

Diaphragm pumps are positive displacement pumps commonly used in wet commercial pumping applications. Air diaphragm pumps run on compressed air and move slurries, solvents, and other high-viscosity liquids. Electric diaphragm pumps run agricultural sprayers. Industrial and agricultural sprayer pumps apply insecticides and herbicides.
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Extraction Tools

Extraction tools from Grainger can remove compression packing rings from pumps and valves. Find interchangeable corkscrew and woodscrew tips that can allow removal of both fibrous and hardened packing and flexible shaft extractors that can make it easier to remove hard-to-reach packings. Tamping tools can be used to install packing rings into the stuffing box. Choose the size that can fit your application. Shop Grainger today for high-quality extraction tools.