Pumps move liquids, gases or slurries by mechanical action and are classified into three major groups by methodology: direct lift, displacement and gravity pumps. They take many sizes, depending on the difficulty of the application. Pumps may be driven by a variety of energy sources, including petroleum, solar energy and direct electrical connection. They are often used in automated and process control systems.



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  1. The Gorman-Rupp “G Series” line by Hydro Innovations is made to set superior performance in the industry.

  2. The Gorman-Rupp Ultra V Series available from Hydro Innovations, combine solids handling with high head performance and high competence to provide you with the most recent self-priming pump technology today.

  3. Hydro Innovations presents the newest Gorman-Rupp’s air driven diaphragm range, the iPC Series.

  4. Gorman-Rupp 80 Series pumps are designed for non-stop workloads. The straight-in suction design of these high efficiency pumps guarantees quick positive self priming and allows them to operate on high suction lifts.

  5. The RamParts Air Driven Diaphragm pump can handle the toughest of slurry and sludge applications. These pumps are designed to surmount “high-wear” challenges connected with progressive cavity and double diaphragm pumps.

  6. Gorman-Rupp Air Driven Diaphragm pumps are the best and the most cost effective pumps in handling the most demanding and thickest sludge.

  7. The Gorman-Rupp 10 Series pumps were the first self priming centrifugal pumps that deal with solids.

  8. 0 Series Bare Shaft Pumps, available from Hydro Innovations, are designed for several uses such as clean water supply pumps, transfer pumps, and many other industrial functions.

  9. The design of Gorman Rupp submersibles pumps or the JW series were made to meet specific requirements of the municipal experts and industrial plans for mud, industrial wastewater and sewage applications.

  10. Gorman Rupp, a leader in Self Priming Pump technology offers the O Series PTO drive.