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Industrial Pumps | Commercial | Municipal

Atlantic Pump offers a complete line of municipal, commercial, and industrial pumps for all applications including corrosive chemicals, water, and any other fluid or gas. Contact our sales staff to ensure your pumps are working at optimal efficiency.

Municipal, Industrial, & Commercial Pumps

  • End Suction Pumps
  • ANSI Pumps
  • Non-Metallic (Lined and Sealed)
  • Mag Drive Pumps
  • Sump Pumps
  • Axial Flow Pumps
  • Vertical Turbine Pumps
  • Vane Pumps
  • Pulp & Paper Process Pumps
  • API Process Pumps
  • Split case Pumps
  • Double Suction Pumps
  • Multi-Stage Pumps
  • Rotary Gear Pumps
  • Centrifugal Pumps
  • Air-Powered Piston Pumps
  • Abrasive Slurry Handling Pumps
  • Sanitary Pumps
  • Self-Priming Pumps
  • Air Operated Double Diaphragm (AODD) Pumps

Pumps are a critical to commercial, municipal, and industrial markets. Most manufacturing processes require industrial pumps; office buildings rely on commercial pumps; and our cities run on fresh water provided by municipal pumps and wastewater cleared by municipal pumps.

In addition to pumps, Atlantic Pump also distributes:

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For help selecting the right pump for your application, contact Atlantic Pump today.

Pump Types and Examples

  • End Suction pumps – End suction pumps are the most basic type of centrifugal pump with a casing. As, pumped liquid moves along the vanes of the impeller, it increases velocity. When the liquid moves into the volute casing, the high velocity is converted to high pressure by a diffusion process. Suction is at one end of the pump, and discharge is at the top.
  • ANSI pumps – In the United States, ANSI Pumps are the only pumps that are deemed dimensionally standard by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
  • Non-Metallic (Lined and Sealed) Pumps – The advantage of nonmetallic lined and sealed pumps is their resistance to corrosion and abrasion, which allows them to tolerate a range of severe service demands.
  • Mag Drive Pumps – In mag drive pumps, the shaft of the motor does not extend into the interior pump, so there is no need for a shaft seal. This prevents any leakage, thereby lowering the cost of maintenance.
  • Sump Pumps – Sump pumps are generally installed in sump pits. Water flows through drains or by naturally through the soil into the sump pit.
  • Axial Flow Pumps – An axial flow pump is made up of an axial impeller in a pipe, and the impeller can be directly driven by a sealed motor.
  • Vertical Turbine Pumps – Vertical turbine pumps are manufactured to move water from a deep underground well.
  • Vane Pumps – Vane pumps excel at handling low viscosity liquids, and they have no internal metal-to-metal contact.
  • Pulp and Paper Process Pumps – Many of the processes in the pulp and paper industry are tough and abrasive, so pulp & paper pumps are designed to withstand those harsh conditions.
  • API Process Pumps – API process adhere to the standards of the American Petroleum Institute (API) as it applies to pumps that handle hydrocarbons.
  • Split Case Pumps – The casing of a split case pump is divided into two separate chambers, so it reduces costs for high flow applications. Bearings on either side can support the impeller.
  • Double Suction Pumps – Double suction pumps balance the thrust of the impeller by receiving suction liquid in both sides of the impeller.
  • Multi-Stage Pumps – Multi stage pumps, which can be mounted on the same shaft or different shafts, use multiple impellers.
  • Rotary Gear Pumps – Rotary gear pumps, such as those from +Viking Pumps, pump fluid through displacement by meshing gears.
  • Centrifugal Pumps – Centrifugal pumps use an impeller to move water, and many other liquids as well.
  • Air-Powered Piston Pumps – Air powered piston pumps move the piston by using high pressure air.
  • Abrasive Slurry Handling Pumps – Abrasive slurry handling pumps meet the requirements for handling large amounts of abrasive solids or mixtures.
  • Sanitary Pumps – Sanitary pumps,  transport agricultural materials and food wherever operations must meet a standard of cleanliness.
  • Self-Priming Pumps – Self-priming pumps are a centrifugal pump using an air-to-water mixture. .
  • Air Operated Double Diaphragm (AODD) Pumps – AODD pumps, such as those produced by +Warren Rupp Sandpiper, use compressed air as a source of power.