Tapflo Introduces New Submersible Pump Series

Tapflo has been a trusted partner on the industrial pump market for over 40 years, offering diaphragm pumps, centrifugal pumps, and other industrial process equipment. The global pump supplier and manufacturer are now broadening its offer with the launch of a new series of submersible pumps designed for an extensive range of applications.
Tapflo Introduces New Submersible Pump Series

Tapflo's new submersible pump series (Image source: Tapflo AB)

The submersible pump series offer pumps for drainage of flat surfaces, sewage, dewatering as well as sludge and slurry containing particles. All optimised for trouble-free pumping of spring, rain and ground water, water containing suspended soft solids and fibrous materials, and water carrying sand and abrasives.

"We are getting more and more questions regarding submersible pumps and the series is a step forward to be an even more complete pump solutions partner. Like our other flow solutions, we can promptly deliver a range of different models from our warehouses and stores worldwide", says Håkan Ekstrand, Chief Commercial Officer at Tapflo Group.

Tapflo submersible pumps are available in different sizes and capacities, and features models with level control float switch or sensor for economical and automated duty, great motor cooling, vast submersion depth and dual positioning of outlet direction.

"We always aim to meet the demands of our loyal customers and to be a one-stop-shop for their pump needs. With the Tapflo submersible pumps series, we hope to reach even higher customer satisfaction with pumps for pits, evacuation, sewage, etc", explains Mikołaj Laguna-Horodniczy, Global Marketing Manager at Tapflo Group.

The new pump series are available in all Tapflo markets.

Source: Tapflo AB

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