Here’s the perfect pump for tough assignments


Pumping corrosive industrial waste is a tough application.

Submersible pumps can be eaten alive and even top quality electrical cables and seals can break down.

In response to these tough requirements Australian Pump industries has released a new high flow industrial pump made from cast 316 grade stainless steel.

Called the Aussie GMP B4XRA SS, the 4” pump offers flows of up to 2,800L per minute with heads of up to 32m.  

Its self-priming design allows the pump to draught water from effluent pits or sumps with a direct vertical lift of 6m.

“Although the pump has been available for some time in standard cast iron configurations, we decided to offer a 316 grade version that handles corrosive liquids without the normal associated problems,” said Aussie Pumps’ Brad Farrugia.

The Aussie GMP pump comes in a number of configurations including bare shaft. This makes it suitable for long coupling up to 15kW electric motors. Long coupling adds greater protection for the motor in the case of seal leakage. Pump maintenance is also possible without the need to move the motor.

All Aussie GMP pumps are built to ISO 9001 quality and a risk assessment is carried out in compliance with Australian OH&S standards.

Australian Pump Industries
Ph: 02 9894 4144

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