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Our Pump Products

As a full-service industrial rotating equipment company, ProFlow Pumping Solutions offers a full complement of pumps from some of the biggest names in the industry. This broad equipment selection allows us to help you determine the best solutions for your specific pumping applications. [Please Note: Not all brands and technologies are available in all territories.]
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Pump Technologies

We offer pump technologies for a variety of industries and solutions. Below is a listing of some of our most popular pumping solutions. If you don’t see your preferred pump below, don’t worry: we offer a number of custom technologies to suit your pumping needs.

ansi pumps and skids

The only real difference in ANSI pumps is in the details – the quality of the product, the responsiveness and accessibility to parts and service, and the best value for your overall cost of ownership.

Two-Screw

Engineered to provide optimum performance at the lowest possible life-cycle costs for a specific given installation.

Three-Screw

In a challenging industry where downtime is simply unacceptable, our reliable three-screw products are proving themselves in a number of areas

air-operated diaphragm

Delivering unique benefits that are unrivaled by other pump technologies, making them the clear choice for many of the world’s most challenging applications.

canned motor

Eliminating leaks 100%, canned motor pumps sound like a pump technology that is literally too good to be true.

Fiberglass

Providing excellent corrosion resistance for tough applications, including the pumping of acids, brines, caustics, bleaches, solvents, seawater and a wide range of waste liquids.

gear

Whether it is for agriculture or energy, these gear pumps are solidly engineered, competitively priced and can take on almost any application with durability, precision and excellence.

metering/dosing

Delivering to you and your operations the most accurate precision metering technology available.

progressing cavity

Ideal for pumping a wide range of liquids including highly viscous, neutral or aggressive fluids with entrained air, or with fiber and solids content.

self-primer

Designed for reliable solids and clear liquids pumping these pumps continue to re-prime automatically after your initial priming.

side channel

Side channel pumps have many benefits in terms of efficiency in applications which require low throughputs at high differential heads.

slurry

Used for dredging, process pumping, highly viscous or abrasive material, sludge, muck, paste, high solids and abrasive applications.

split case

Is often a more economical option for higher flow applications, and the impeller can be supported by bearings on both sides, an advantage for larger, higher flow pumps.

sumbersible

Since submersible pumps do not experience pump cavitation and are highly efficient, these are one of the most popular types of pumps on the market today.

vertical sump

Vertical sump pumps are designed to pump clean or lightly contaminated liquids as well as fibrous slurries and liquids containing large solids.

vertical turbine

Vertical Turbine Pumps are ideally suited to handle your deep well needs to deliver consistent pumping capacity.

ansi pumps and skids

The only real difference in ANSI pumps is in the details – the quality of the product, the responsiveness and accessibility to parts and service, and the best value for your overall cost of ownership.

Two-Screw

Engineered to provide optimum performance at the lowest possible life-cycle costs for a specific given installation.
Three-Screw Pumps

Three-screw

In a challenging industry where downtime is simply unacceptable, our reliable three-screw pumps are proving themselves in a number of areas

air-operated diaphragm

Delivering unique benefits that are unrivaled by other pump technologies, making them the clear choice for many of the world’s most challenging applications.

canned motor

Eliminating leaks 100%, canned motor pumps sound like a pump technology that is literally too good to be true.

Fiberglass

Providing excellent corrosion resistance for tough applications, including the pumping of acids, brines, caustics, bleaches, solvents, seawater and a wide range of waste liquids.

gear

Whether it is for agriculture or energy, these gear pumps are solidly engineered, competitively priced and can take on almost any application with durability, precision and excellence.

metering/dosing

Delivering to you and your operations the most accurate precision metering technology available.

progressing cavity

Ideal for pumping a wide range of liquids including highly viscous, neutral or aggressive fluids with entrained air, or with fiber and solids content.
Self-Primer

self-primer

Designed for reliable solids and clear liquids pumping these pumps continue to re-prime automatically after your initial priming.
side channel pumps

side channel

Side channel pumps have many benefits in terms of efficiency in applications which require low throughputs at high differential heads.

slurry

Used for dredging, process pumping, highly viscous or abrasive material, sludge, muck, paste, high solids and abrasive applications.

split case

Is often a more economical option for higher flow applications, and the impeller can be supported by bearings on both sides, an advantage for larger, higher flow pumps.

sumbersible

Since submersible pumps do not experience pump cavitation and are highly efficient, these pumps one the most popular types of pumps on the market today.
Vertical Sump Pump

vertical sump

Vertical sump pumps are designed to pump clean or lightly contaminated liquids as well as fibrous slurries and liquids containing large solids.
Vertical Turbine

vertical turbine

Vertical Turbine Pumps are ideally suited to handle your deep well needs to deliver consistent pumping capacity.

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ProFlow began in the greater Chicagoland area back in 1996 and still houses it’s headquarters there because of it’s convenient, centralized location.

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