Layne Bowler : Submersible Pumps

Designed for high performance and energy-efficiency. It is also built for long-lasting reliability.

The Layne Bowler Submersible Pump is designed for high performance and energy-efficiency. It is also built for long-lasting reliability. Standard sizes available include 6, 7 & 8-inch bowl diameters with capacities from 100 to 1200 GPM.
Submersible turbine pumps perform with the same hydraulics as lineshaft turbines. These pumps are found in deep-setting, high-head applications where the practical limits of long drive shafts and multiple shaft bearings are exceeded. They are also installed where dust, fumes, and/or high or low temperatures would affect the driver or discharge head sealing arrangement. Because the pump is located above the motor, water enters the pump through a screen located between the pump and motor. The pump curve for a submersible pump is very similar to a vertical turbine pump.

Submersible turbines are driven by a submersible motor coupled directly to the bowl shaft. The discharge piping requires only a simple discharge elbow at the discharge surface. There is no packing box or mechanical seal to maintain. Power to the motor is conducted via a waterproof cable.

Features:

  • Produced from;
    • Casting
    • Sheet metal
  • Used in deep wells
    • Easy to install
    • Can be used in crooked wells
  • Pump speed is usually 2900 rpm and it is available as 1500 rpm as well

Market Sectors

  • Industrial
  • Agricultural
  • Municipal

Applications:

  • Deep Well Water Supply

  • In-Line Booster

  • Service Water

  • Irrigation

  • Mine Dewatering

For more than a century, Layne Bowler has been one of the leaders in the industry, constantly improving designs to satisfy changing market requirements. Contact us today to discuss your requirements.