New horizontal, end suction pumps

08.04.2002

Carver Pump introduced its new GH Series of horizontal, end suction pumps. Available in frame mounted (GHF) and close coupled (GHC) configurations, the GH's are designed for pumping water, chemicals, and oil in both general service and process industry applications.

Hydraulic performance extends to 2,500 GPM with efficiencies to 90%, and is covered by twenty-eight sizes in cast iron, 316 stainless steel fitted, and all 316 SS construction, with higher alloy materials available. For added simplicity, the entire series is available in kit form and is based on the same product platform as our vertical pumps, and shares many of the same parts with them.

About Carver Pump

Since Carver built the first pumps in 1938, the name has become synonymous with value. Today the company is recognized as one of the world's leading centrifugal pump companies, building pumps to the most demanding engineering specifications and military standards in the world.

The headquarter is located in Muscatine, Iowa, 25 miles southwest of the Quad Cities area. The operations there include some of the most modern manufacturing equipment and pump development software available. Carver was also one of the first American pump companies to attain ISO 9001 certification-the most recognized standard for quality in the world.

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