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New 6500 Series of Standard Horizontal End Suction Centrifugal Pumps Offered by Gorman-Rupp

The Gorman-Rupp Company, a leading manufacturer of pumps and pumping systems for the municipal, water, wastewater, sewage, industrial, construction, and original equipment manufacturing markets, has introduced a new line of standard horizontal end suction centrifugal pumps.

Established in 1933, Gorman-Rupp has been recognized as the leader of self-priming pump technology for decades and is a pioneer in its field with a history of innovation, continuing improvement, and an excellence for quality products and services that set the industry standard. The new 6500 Series line of centrifugal pumps offers models for both solids and water handling capabilities. Each of the end suction centrifugal pumps in the line are based on the proven technology of the Prime Aire and Prime Aire Plus models.

As with all of the other pumps that Gorman-Rupp offers, the 6500 Series of standard horizontal end suction centrifugal pumps are competitively priced. The pump manufacturer also offers superior customer service for all of its products.

The new 6500 Series pumps from Gorman-Rupp come in a wide variety of sizes so they can be used in many different applications. Model sizes range from 3 inches (75 mm) to 16 inches (400 mm), with many size choices in between. The pumps can handle flows up to 15000 GPM (946.4 lps). They offer a total dynamic head of 530 feet (161.5 m) and solids handling capabilities up to 4 inches (101.6mm). Each centrifugal pump provides high levels of performance and efficiency, no matter what the application. The pumps are especially useful in wastewater treatment plants, industrial facilities, construction, mining, and agricultural processes.

The new 6500 Series pump line comes standard with multiple features that include oversized bearings, atmospheric vents, side access inspection ports on solids-handling models, indexable Smart Scroll discharge locators, and a five-year warranty.

Source: Gorman-Rupp