Serfilco has been the worldwide pump and industry leader for more than 50 years. It’s all we do and we love it.
Lately we’ve received some questions about the difference in pump designs, because, let’s be honest, sometimes it’s hard to tell. Below you’ll find some information on four of our most popular pumps. Read on to learn about what makes them so unique:
Vertical Seal-less Pump
The Serfilco Vertical Seal-less pump can run dry indefinitely – and with no close-touching parts between the impeller and the casing, it’s ideal for aggressive metal finishing processes such as e-nickel, aerospace, chemi-etch tanks, ardrox cleaners. It’s fit-and-forget installation makes it an extremely convenient choice.
Magnetic Coupled Pump
Ideal for metal finishing processes such as electrolytic nickel, zinc and chrome, the seal-less design of the Magnetic Coupled Pump is a fairly economic option. It’s easy-to-install. It’s compact. It’s pretty great.
Single Seal Pump
This is a fairly low-cost option, which is typically used in low concentration chemical, water and effluent applications. It comes with simple maintenance instructions and there are also self-priming options available!
Double Seal Pump
If you’re finishing metals such as nickel, zinc or chrome, the Double Seal Pumps from Serfilco are ideal for the majority of this type of work. They are resistant to run-dry, abrasives and cavitation, which minimizes the risk of seal failures. A Double Seal Pump also aids in the elimination of troublesome downtime, service work, solution loss and/or possible loss of hazardous materials. They’re easy to install at the side of process tanks and they can even be fitted with an independent water flush to maintain clean seal faces.
Call Serfilco today – we’ll answer any pump-related question under the sun!