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  • (Submersible pump) A bottom-hole pump for use in an oil well when a large volume of fluid is to be lifted.
  • (Submersible pump) A centrifugal pump which may be driven by electricity or compressed air and may be totally submerged in water.
  • (Submersible pump) A submersible pump (or electric submersible pump (ESP)) is a device which has a hermetically sealed motor close-coupled to the pump body. The whole assembly is submerged in the fluid to be pumped.
ecoplus submersible pumps - EcoPlus 2245
EcoPlus 2245 GPH Submersible Pump
EcoPlus 2245 GPH Submersible Pump
This submersible water pump is great for everything from fountains to hydroponic systems. Powerful oil free high magnetic rotor. Ceramic shaft and bearing insures reliability. Trouble free one moving part. Strainer protects impeller from damage. 226 watts. Max height is 16.5 feet. Comes with 175 inch 120 volt power cord. Inlet is 1.25" NPT and the outlet is 1.25" NPT. Included fittings: .75" Barbed x 1.25" Threaded, 1" Barbed x 1.25" Threaded and two-1.25" Barbed x 1.25" Threaded. One year manufacturer warranty.

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1960-10-Ord Pilot Farm Constructing Channel to Flume - KHS-2010-2-074-bu-PD
1960-10-Ord Pilot Farm Constructing Channel to Flume - KHS-2010-2-074-bu-PD
1960-10-Pilot-Farm Manager Ron Kinsey - in Dozer Constructing Channel to the Pilot Farm Flume Structure circa October 1960. The construction of the Pilot Farm Flume structure and channel to Carlton Reach with twin submersible pumps was for Northern Developments, Ord River Pty Ltd, ready for the 1st commercial Rice by November 1960 The channel had been surveyed by Cyril Ion and Ron Kinsey, then Ron cut the channel, from flume to river and from flume to farm (Airport Block) with the Dozer in this image. This first channel and flume shown just completed in another image, would then be in service until the M1C1 Main Channel and M1P1 Pump Station were completed circa 1963. After surveying the channel it was Ron who then cut this channel with this dozer back to the Pilot Farm (or vice versa), which explains the shallowness and different shape of this channel, compared to irrigation channels in the valley today in 2011. Cyril Ion - Allister Family Collection. KHS Digital Archive Number KHS-2010-2-069-bp-PD This photograph was digitised with the assistance of the Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley.
Dewatering and Pumps in Construction
Dewatering and Pumps in Construction
Photos of Griffin Pumps and Equipment in the field and on the job throughout the country. Griffin has been building pumps you can trust for over 75 years. For more information plase call Griffin toll free at: 1-866-770-8100

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