Ebara Pumps | Effective Water Management

Ebara Pumps are Integral Components of Effective Water-Management Solutions

Surface centrifugal pumps and submersible pumps are the most commonly used types of pumps to meet demanding, continuous-use applications. The quality of Ebara pumps is unsurpassed with the continued research and development of their products for improved performance. They are effectively used in several industry applications.

We at Prochem Chemical Pump Manufacturers supply a range of stainless-steel and cast-iron Ebara pumps for submersible dewatering, wastewater treatment, and sewage, as well as surface centrifugal pumps, providing an overall effective pumping system.


Applications that Rely on Ebara Pumps and their Continuous Pumping Systems

Ebara is the leader in the design and manufacture of water pumps across a variety of sectors. What sets Ebara pumps apart is their continued reliability, high corrosion-resistant properties, efficiency, and ability to withstand harsh conditions. Including Ebara’s range of submersible and surface centrifugal pumps in a complete water-management solution ensures a system that will last.

  1. Ebara Pumps - Water RangeAccessing a Natural Water Source for Irrigation

When accessing a natural water source, a pump is needed to bring the water to the surface. Submersible pumps are specially designed to be submerged into a body of water and continuously pump controlled volumes of water at constant flow rates to the surface for use. Once a sufficient supply of water has been drawn, a surface centrifugal pump is used to transfer the water from the pumped water source through a series of pipelines for immediate use or into water-storage tanks. Farmers rely heavily on natural water sources and pumping systems for crop irrigation and livestock watering.


  1. Wastewater Treatment Plants

Converting wastewater into clean water requires the parallel use of submersible and surface centrifugal Ebara pumps. The efficiency that is produced by using two separate pumps equates to better handling of flow rates, which is necessary during the treatment process. The role of pumps in treatment plants is to move the wastewater from the collection pits to the treatment plant and then back into the industry for use. Submersible pumps are typically used to drain sewage or slurry, making them ideal for moving the water from the collection pits to the treatment plant. After the water is treated at the treatment plant, a surface centrifugal pump is used to move the water from the treatment plant for clean industrial, commercial, or domestic use. Surface centrifugal pumps are highly durable and require little maintenance – perfect for continuous flow applications.


  1. Preventive Flooding Measure

The risk of areas being flooded whilst working can be problematic. Submersible dewatering relies on pumps that have been specifically designed to remove unwanted water from areas such as construction sites and mining operations as quickly and efficiently as possible


Limited Space

Vertical in-line centrifugal pumps from Ebara are the perfect solution if space is limited. As the pump’s placement is in a vertical position, fluid flows through the pump easier as it requires less suction pressure to feed the pump. A vertical in-line centrifugal pump can handle higher pressure due to its thermal expansion, making it better suited for higher temperature applications such as the circulation of hot water.


Leaders in Pump Solutions

We at Prochem Chemical Pump Manufacturers have provided a wide range of industry sectors with independent and unbiased input in pump management, equipment analysis, and product recommendation. We understand the importance of proper water management and are proud to be associated with the Ebara brand. Feel free to contact us for your pump requirements.

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