Jul 03

Happy July 4th from Pump Products!

The United States should consider itself lucky. Last year for my birthday I got a pair of socks. Every year America gets fireworks, parades, and a hot dog eating contest.

Ok, well maybe I could do without the hot dog eating contest.

Every July 4th we traditionally celebrate this great nation we live in with picnics, parades, and barbeques. July marks the very beginnings of summer and that means steaks sizzling on the grill and the smell of chlorine from a pool permeating through the air. It’s a time for awkward family reunions and late night colorful explosions in the sky.

July 4th is also a popular time to take a trip or curl your toes into the sand and watch the waves wash up on the beach. No matter what, Independence Day is a day to enjoy and perhaps most of all, a welcome day off from work (don’t tell my boss I said that).

What kind of Independence Day blog would this be without a quick history lesson? Though the voting for independence actually took place on July 2nd, Independence Day specifically refers to the date in 1776 when the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence. The Declaration was signed in Philadelphia by 56 delegates though the first, and perhaps most recognizable signature was John Hancock. It’s common knowledge of course, that the original 13 colonies seceded from Britain because of their terrible fish and chips. Or maybe it was, as the saying goes, taxation without representation. Either could be true.       

But of course, everyone knows the best way to get pumped up for Independence Day and be patriotic is to buy a red, white, or blue pump. Pumps are almost as American as apple pie and are truly the gift that keeps on giving. PumpProducts.com sells the highest quality pumps made right here in the good ol’ US of A.  So browse our website while munching on your hotdog and waiting for the sky show to begin.

Fun Facts:

Calvin Coolidge was the only president born on the 4th of July

About 150 million hot dogs are consumed during the 4th of July weekend

$675,000,000 is expected to be spent on fireworks this year (New York City has the biggest fireworks display in the country)

Congress declared July 4th as an official holiday in 1870 as part of a bill to officially recognize other holidays, Christmas being one of them.

The oldest, continuous Independence Day celebration in the United States is the 4th of July Parade in Bristol, Rhode Island; it began in 1785.

Happy 243rd Birthday America from all of us at Pump Products!

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Jun 15

Happy Father’s Day! ~ From PumpProducts.com

The third Sunday in June is Father’s Day, or as it’s referred to in my household, leave-dad-alone day. Is  there a better way to celebrate fathers everywhere than by sharing a small collection of my favorite dad jokes? Probably, but here are a couple jokes anyway that you’ll probably hate yourself for laughing at:

-I have a fear of elevators, but I’ve started taking steps to avoid it.

-I’m reading a book about anti-gravity. It’s impossible to put down.

-Reversing the car really takes me back.

-Did you hear about the restaurant on the moon? Great food, no atmosphere.

-Want to hear a joke about construction? I’m still working on it.

-When does a joke become a dad joke? When the punch line becomes apparent.

-How long does it take to make butter? An echurnity!

-What do you call someone who dresses up like a noodle? An impasta!

Now that we’ve gotten those out of the way, let’s talk about some awesome manly-alpha-male gifts you can get for your dad for Father’s Day. You could always go with something traditional and boring like a fishing pole or an autographed baseball. Or maybe (I’m just throwing this out there) you could get him a shiny new pump! PumpProducts.com carries the best pumps in the industry from the most trusted names like Goulds and Liberty. You’re dad will be so excited, trust me. Pumps truly are the gifts that keep on giving!

There was one more joke I wanted to tell about a piece of paper but I probably shouldn’t….it’s tearable.

Oh and Happy Father’s Day!!

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Jun 13

Happy Flag Day from Pump Products!

June 14th is the day we celebrate Old Glory. While not a federal holiday, Flag Day marks the anniversary of that day in 1777, when the Continental Congress adopted the stars and stripes through the First Flag Act.

Though the flag’s design has officially changed 27 times over the course of its history, the stars and stripes have come to symbolize the liberty and freedom that form the foundation of American ideals. The current iteration of the flag has been in service since 1960, which is the longest duration of any design.

It’s common knowledge that there’s one star for every state and one stripe for each original colony but many people aren’t as familiar with what the colors symbolize. Red represents hardiness and valor; white represents purity and blue symbolizes vigilance and justice.

Started by a Wisconsin school teacher in 1885, Flag Day is usually celebrated with parades and people proudly displaying red, white, and blue above their homes. Looking at all the different versions of the flag that have existed, is like taking a trip down memory lane for America. The various designs detail the history of the country and what had to be achieved in order for the United States to become what it is today.

There’s a saying about parades and how everyone enjoys them. Flag Day acts as a sort of precursor to July 4th. Sights and smells of barbecues and pool parties start to become more common, reminding us that summer is in full swing. June 14th also coincidentally marks the birthday of the United States Military as well.

If you’d like to be patriotic on Flag Day and celebrate, there are a few rules of etiquette to follow when displaying your flag:

-Flags are traditionally only supposed to be displayed in public from sunrise to sunset.

-After sunset, it can stay up but needs to be illuminated.

-Flags cannot be displayed during rain, snow, or wind storms, unless it is an all-weather flag.

-The flag should be raised briskly and lowered ceremoniously.

PumpProducts.com sales specialists are standing by to help you find the right pump or part, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.

Jun 04

PumpProducts.com Adds More Grundfos Centrifugal Booster Pumps

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Grundfos CR Series Centrifugal Booster Pump

PumpProducts.com is proud to announce that it has greatly expanded its selection of Grundfos centrifugal booster pumps to better service the domestic, commercial and industrial pump market. Grundfos centrifugal pumps are built with the famed Grundfos precision engineering, efficient pumping design and quality parts built to last.

“Grundfos is well-known in the industry for making sophisticated pumps that operate in a smooth and simple manner,” according to PumpProducts.com application engineer Lee. “I’m glad we’ll have a lot of variety to offer to our customers, who often have demanding applications.”

Centrifugal booster pumps are versatile pumps that use centrifugal force to move fluid in a wide variety of application settings. To that end, PumpProducts.com is now offering a wide variety of Grundfos centrifugal pump series.

These series include:

CR Series: Pump and motor which includes a variable frequency drive (VFD) for use in industrial processing systems, pumping of acids and alkalis, filtration systems, irrigation and water treatment.

CR-H Series: Boosters for horizontal end suction design piping with a back pull out design for easy removal and service.

TP Series: For quiet, high efficiency boosting applications.

TPE Series: Vertical in-line pumps with a built-in frequency converter to offer the user his or her choice of controls. TPE pumps offer high efficiency operation and energy savings.

Many other series of Grundfos centrifugal pumps are being added to the PumpProducts.com online catalogue as well. Each series features pump models with a wide range of specifications to meet specific customer needs. Here’s a tip: use the handy sidebar filter tool to pick your pump based on your required horsepower, flow, head, voltage, discharge size or material construction – chances are there will be a Grundfos centrifugal to meet your needs. A plethora of options, truly a veritable feast for the discerning contractor, homeowner or general centrifugal pump fan.

“It’s definitely a good time to look into Grundfos centrifugal pumps for your water boosting, treatment, irrigation or HVAC applications,” Lee said.

PumpProducts.com sales specialists are standing by to help you find the right pump or part, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.

May 24

Pump Products Celebrates Memorial Day

Memorial Day weekend is a special time for all Americans. It’s represents a time to look ahead, into the coming summer, but also a time to reflect on the past. Perhaps more than anything, it’s a time to be thankful.

Every last Monday in May we remember and celebrate the lives of servicemen and women who have fallen in the line of duty. Originally known as Decoration Day, Memorial Day has been a tradition since near the end of the Civil War though the day didn’t achieve the status of federal holiday until 1971. The exact origins of the day and where it was first celebrated are unclear but Waterloo, New York was officially declared the birthplace of the day by Lyndon Johnson in 1966. It wasn’t until World War I that the holiday evolved into commemorating troops lost not only in the Civil War, but across all armed conflicts the United States has been a part of.

A popular symbol of Memorial Day, the red poppy, was inspired by a poem entitled “We Shall Keep the Faith” by Moina Michael:

Oh! You who sleep in Flanders fields,
Sleep sweet – to rise anew!
We caught the torch you threw
And holding high, we keep the Faith
With All who died

We cherish, too, the poppy red
That grows on fields where valor led;
It seems to signal to the skies
That blood of heroes never dies,
But lends a lustre to the red
Of the flower that blooms above the dead
In Flanders field

And now the Torch and Poppy Red
We wear in honor of our dead
Fear not that ye have died for naught;
We’ll teach the lesson that you wrought

Moina Michael was the first to wear the red poppy. One thing led to another and soon enough they were mass produced and became a universal symbol of remembering fallen soldiers.

Memorial Day weekend also signals the official start of summer vacation. Summer brings images of waves rolling over sizzling sand, ice cream dripping timidly down the side of a cone onto the sidewalk, and smoke rising from charcoal that’s busy cooking food for the family barbeque.

Memorial Day is a time to enjoy what our freedom affords us. So go to the beach, spend time with family and enjoy yourself. Most of all enjoy the sweet gift of having Monday off work.

Pump Products would like to salute all those who have served our country and preserved the freedom and liberty that we enjoy every day.

PumpProducts.com sales specialists are standing by to help you find the right pump or part, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.

May 11

Happy Mother’s Day from Pump Products!

Every second Sunday in May marks the day when we celebrate that special lady in our lives. Or if you’re like me, it’s a day of panic and guilt when you realize you haven’t gotten her a gift yet. Thank God for one day shipping!

Unlike people, pumps aren’t just dropped off by storks. Pumps have gone through various evolutions and designs throughout the course of human history. In the spirit of being topical, Pump Products is celebrating this year’s Mother’s Day by talking about the mother of all pumps!

Shadoof

I give you… the shadoof.  What is a shadoof you ask?  It is the earliest known ancestor of the pump. The shadoof was used by ancient Egyptians as early as 2000 BC. If the Archimedean screw pump is the aunty of modern pumps then I guess the shadoof is more like the grandma. It’s basically a long pole with a bucket hanging from a rope at the end of it. The bucket’s main purpose was to move water from bodies of water onto land for irrigation. Water could also be transferred between different bodies of H2O. In some cases waterproof animal skins were mustered since ancient people didn’t have access to advanced bucket technology. A counterweight, made of such substances as clay or stone, was attached to the shorter end of the stick, giving it a sort of see-saw like resemblance.

A shadoof is simple enough to use. A person just pulled on the rope, lowering the bucket into water and allowing the counterweight to raise the bucket. Shadoofs are even still in use in some countries today!

Are pump’s responsible for civilization? I’ll let you be the judge…but yes they totally are! The ability to move water made irrigation and farming more achievable which supported greater populations in the ancient world.

To get back to my main point though, which is you should probably get your mom something nice this year. Of course, nothing let’s your mother know you love her more than a brand spanking new pump or shadoof.  Actually you probably shouldn’t get her a shadoof. It’s probably more fun to say than to use. Plus you can find a good Goulds pump with a better GPM at PumpProducts.com.

Happy Mother’s Day to all the mom’s out there from everyone at Pump Products!

Apr 09

Scuba Dive & Learn How a Sewage Pump System Works With Inspector Pumphead

As the old adage from the Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu says, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” Or to paraphrase, a single flush of the toilet! Get ready to witness a journey into the sewage system, guided by Inspector Pumphead.  

Many people don’t want to picture what happens after they flush the toilet, which is perfectly understandable. It’s gross! But the expulsion of wastewater is one of the most important functions that underpins indoor plumbing systems. Understanding how a sewage pumping system works, can give you a greater appreciation of how water moves in and out of your house. This knowledge can also help you make better purchasing decisions in the future.

With Inspector Pumphead, you have the perfect figure to guide you through the darkness. In this adventure, the brave Inspector will take you through a sewage system. Goulds sewage pumps are some of the finest on the market and the Inspector has a lot of experience with that brand. Don’t worry we’ve left out the gross parts. Check out the video:

Not every home needs a sewage pump

First, you should understand when you would need a sewage pump. If you are connected to city sewer (as opposed to a septic tank system), your water flows to either a storm sewer or a sanitary sewer. As the names suggest, the storm sewer is where rainwater runoff is exported, while the sanitary sewer takes care of your wastewater.

If a home or building is at grade (ground level), then the wastewater travels by gravity to the sanitary sewer. If the city sewer line is located above your home sewer line or you have a basement toilet, you need to install a sewage pump. The sewage works to push or “eject” the sewage up towards the city line (you will sometimes see sewage pumps referred to as sewage ejectors).

Journey down through the sewage system

In the first part of the video, Inspector Pumphead flushes himself down the toilet. Using the mixture of science and mysticism he learned while studying at Carnegie Mellon, he is able to shrink himself and scuba through the pipes.

The piping is one of the most important parts of your system. Sewage pipes in modern homes typically use PVC plastic, which is tough, corrosion-resistant and relatively simple to install. Older homes often use cast iron sewage piping, which is rugged but susceptible to rusting over time. Just something to keep in mind when thinking about your sewage needs.

The pipes eventually deposit the sewage, and Pumphead, into the sewage tank or basin. The basin is important because it contains the sewage pump and acts as the depository for the sewage.  The water also has the effect of keeping the pump motor cool.

How does a sewage pump export your wastewater?

Once the wastewater is in the basin, it gets sucked up through the inlet at the bottom of the sewage pump. In the video, the homeowner has chosen a Goulds sewage pump. Powered by the pump’s impeller, the water. along with Inspector Pumphead, moves through the pump and out of the discharge outlet through more piping, which eventually leads to the city sewer line. Depending on where the basin is located, you might need extra piping, elbows, etc. to connect to the city sewer line.

Where does sewage wastewater go?

Have you ever wondered what happens to your wastewater after it leaves your house? Wastewater moves to a water treatment plant where it is aerated, filtered and disinfected to remove waste particles and other microorganisms. In a very thorough and complicated process, wastewater becomes clean “reclaimed water.” The reclaimed water is free to be reintroduced to the ecosystem, often used as groundwater, irrigation water or as a cooling agent.

If you find the idea of your wastewater going back into the environment gross, just know that most states have regulations against using reclaimed water in potable systems (washing, drinking, swimming) where humans will have contact with the water. Still, reclaimed water is generally safe to touch.

Lucky for us, Inspector Pumphead is able to use his extensive knowledge to escape the system before the water reaches the treatment plant. That’s how dedicated Inspector Pumphead is to helping you understand more about pumps and water systems – he’ll risk getting sent through a filtration system for you!

Do you have any ideas for future adventures you’d like to see starring Inspector Pumphead? Let us know in the comments and we can see if he is up to the challenge!

PumpProducts.com sales specialists are standing by to help you find the right pump or part, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.

Mar 22

PumpProducts.com Celebrates Clean Water Initiatives for World Water Day

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World Water Day

Today is World Water Day, one of the most important days on the calendar for the water, wastewater, plumbing and pumping system communities.

This commemorative day was established relatively recently – the 2018 celebration marks the 25th anniversary – but it is no less important because of its youth. It is a day that all of us at PumpProducts.com and in the wider water community are proud to promote.

What Is World Water Day?

World Water Day is a day that calls attention to the need for universal access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene, particularly in developing countries. Easy and constant access to clean water is something that many of us in the U.S. or other rich nations may sometimes take for granted.

Unfortunately, that access is something many populations across the globe cannot imagine. In many locations, people trek for miles to access clean water and carry heavy containers of this water back to their families or their villages.  Many times violence even breaks out over the lack of water supplies and the need for the clean water.  Others try to make do subsisting off of the contaminated water and often times end up sick due to bacteria and disease that is lingering in the unclean water.  You don’t need to be a scientist to understand how important clean water is for healthy lives, fair economic development and social stability.

A wide variety of events are staged across the globe in the effort to raise awareness. You can see a full list of the events at worldwaterday.org. Some of the highlights include:

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Many communities around the world don’t have access to clean water

-Slovakia holding a “Water Olympics”
-A tree planting drive in the Philippines
-Global water dances in Ghana
-A walk for water in Hong Kong
-Various panels, workshops, lecture series and documentary screenings on the importance of clean water in a number of countries

These events and activities are coordinated by UN-Water under the umbrella of a theme. Past themes include “Women and Water,” “Groundwater: The Invisible Resource,” “Water and Disasters,” Water and Sustainable Energy” and many more themes that draws attention to the way water impacts our world.

2018 World Water Day Theme: Nature and Water

This year’s theme is “Nature and Water” and the focus is on how the natural world could potentially provide some answers for the many water problems facing the world today. Some of the proposed nature-based solutions to water issues include protecting and restoring wetlands, reforestation, improved irrigation and a general focus on green energy-efficient infrastructure.

While the WWD concerns mostly about water problems in developing countries, the decline of wetlands is an issue that affects many developed countries such as the U.S. as well. It was widely asserted that the development boom that eliminated much of the natural wetlands in Houston, TX, may have exacerbated the devastating floods caused by Hurricane Harvey in 2017.

Whether that theory is true in the specific case of Harvey is up for debate, but there is a broad scientific consensus that wetlands in general are important resources for absorbing storm water. The overall decline of wetlands is something that should concern all Americans.

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The decline of natural wetlands is a major issue

Water Organizations

World Water Day is about raising awareness.  Awareness is certainly a powerful first step in enacting true change. If you want to make a direct impact, consider donating directly to an organization that works to address the problems many communities face in obtaining and keeping access to clean water. PumpProducts.com is encouraging our employees and customers to find a water organization to support.

Here are some suggestions:

charity:water: A non-profit dedicated to improving access to clean water by developing community projects in locations of need. This organization is noted for accountability and transparency. Privately funded, charity:water claims that 100% of donated money directly funds water projects.

Water.org: This organization is focused on empowering communities to get access to clean water through “sustainable financial solutions” such as affordable loans and credit. Water.org boasts a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator and emphasizes the need for a long term solution to the clean water problem.

Xylem Watermark: Watermark is the charity and volunteer division of Xylem, which manufactures our Goulds Water Technology pumps. Xylem Watermark boasts high marks for employee engagement and works on school/community projects, clean water education and emergency response projects. PumpProducts.com is proud to be a distributor for a fine company like Xylem.

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Clean water for all is a noble goal

Those are just some of our suggestions. A wide variety of organizations dedicated to solving this problem exist. You also might get more satisfaction from getting involved with local water efforts. Either way, we hope you look into World Water Day and continue to support the cause to ensure clean water for all.

Pump Products sales specialists are standing by to help you find the right pump, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800.

Mar 14

Pump Madness: Watch Basketball and Save on Pumps!

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Inspector Pumphead is ready for the Madness

It is time for fancy no-look passes, buzzer beaters, walk-ons becoming stars, shots of despondent college freshmen in the stands and of course, that “One Shining Moment” when the champions of college basketball are crowned. That’s right, March Madness, one of the most exciting sports events of the year, is finally back! 

Besides the action on the court, March Madness is known for mass participation in pools. Friends, coworkers, the girls at the salon, your church group, your prison shuffleboard team – everybody is filling out a bracket.

While the basketball and pools are all well and good, there is still something missing. Who among us has not thought, while watching a mid-major from nowhere upset Duke, “I wish this helped me save money on pumps somehow.” Well fear not, because that moment is here. This year we’re introducing a great way to get discounts on pumps while also enjoying college basketball. We call it PUMP MADNESS.

What Is Pump Madness?

If you’ve ever filled out a bracket before, you know that there are four regions (East, South, Midwest and West) consisting of 16 teams each. Each region is further subdivided into two groups or “pods” of eight teams each. You can see a visual representation in the official NCAA bracket here:

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The official NCAA bracket with colored pods

Each pod is separated into a different colored box for your convenience and to help you visualize the concept.

We made our own bracket, but with pumps instead of basketball teams. One pump type was assigned to represent each pod of teams. So there are eight different pump types (sump, transfer, sewage, booster, well, condensate, grinder and effluent) representing eight different pods.

PUMP MADNESS BRACKET

The official Pump Madness Bracket broken down by Pump type and region

Now that you understand the relationship between the pods and the pumps, the savings come into play at the end of the tournament, when the winner is crowned. Whichever team cuts down the nets, will also create a discount at PumpProducts.com for the pump type of their regional pod.*

For instance, if top seeded Virginia (from the South 1 Sump Pump region) finally puts its tournament demons to rest and wins it all, PumpProducts.com will offer a 5% discount on all sump pumps in our online catalog. If the North Carolina Tar Heels (West 2 Effluent Pump region) repeat as champions, there will be a 5% discount on all effluent pumps, and so on.

*We thought of matching all 64 teams with 64 pump models but thought that may too ambitious. Maybe for future tournaments.

The discount cuts across all brands and will be in effect for a full week after the championship game (April 3-April 10, 2018). There is no minimum order threshold and PumpProducts.com will reveal how to apply the discount after the championship, so stay tuned.

Here’s the full list of pump regions and the teams represented by each pump:

-SUMP PUMP REGION (SOUTH 1): Virginia, UMBC, Creighton, K-State, Kentucky, Davidson, Arizona, Buffalo

-TRANSFER PUMP REGION (SOUTH 2): Miami, Loyola of Chicago, Tennessee, Wright St., Nevada, Texas, Cincinnati, Georgia St.

-SEWAGE PUMP REGION (EAST 1): Villanova, Radford, Va. Tech, Alabama, West Virginia, Murray St., Wichita St., Marshall

-BOOSTER PUMP REGION (EAST 2): Florida, St. Bonaventure, Texas Tech, Stephen F. Austin, Arkansas, Butler, Purdue, Cal State Fullerton

-WELL PUMP REGION (MIDWEST 1): Kansas, UPenn, Seton Hall, N.C. State, Clemson, New Mexico St., Auburn, Charleston

-CONDENSATE REMOVAL PUMP REGION (MIDWEST 2): TCU, Syracuse, Michigan St., Bucknell, Rhode Island, Oklahoma, Duke, Iona

-GRINDER PUMP REGION (WEST 1): Xavier, Texas Southern, Missouri, FSU, Ohio State, South Dakota St., Gonzaga, UNC-Greensboro

-EFFLUENT PUMP REGION (WEST 2): Houston, San Diego St., Michigan, Montana, Texas A&M, Providence, North Carolina, Lipscomb

You can also see if there are any storylines that associate a pump with a certain team or region. Wouldn’t it be fitting if Kansas won a well pump discount for everyone who relies on well water in rural areas?

March Madness becomes April Savings

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If a team from  West 1 wins, you can save on a Liberty grinder pump

The purpose of Pump Madness is to give our customers the hope of pump savings while they follow along with March Madness. Knocked out of your office pool on the first day? The old alma mater let you and the rest of the Class of 1983 down again? Never fear, because you’ll still have a reason to follow  the tournament. Just root for the team championed by the pump you need.

Whether you’re a homeowner who has been waiting for a price drop to buy that backup sump pump or a building manager thinking of buying new grinder pumps in bulk for your sewage system, pay attention! This could be an opportunity for great savings.

Technically, the action doesn’t really get going until the Elite Eight next weekend, but we wanted to give you a little taste of the excitement beforehand. You can enjoy the first weekend of the tournament without stressing about the pump you need and you don’t even have to make any picks!

That’s the beauty of Pump Madness. You don’t have to do anything but be patient, watch the games and root for your favorite teams (or pumps). So get into gear; Pump Madness is here!

Pump Products sales specialists are standing by to help you find the right pump or part, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.

Feb 27

PumpProducts.com: A Premier Goulds Pumps Distributor!

PumpProducts.com is a premier distributor of Goulds Water Technology pumps, including Goulds sump pumps, Goulds sewage pumps and Goulds effluent pumps, among many other types. We are making new videos to highlight our relationships with the most reputable pump brands in the industry.

PumpProducts.com has carried Goulds products from the very beginning and we are proud of the longstanding and fruitful relationship. Goulds pumps are known for high quality engineering, performance in all manner of conditions and applications, as well as long life.

What Does “Premier Distributor” Mean?

Being a premier distributor means that PumpProducts.com is able to buy specific Goulds pumps at reduced prices. PumpProducts.com then can pass the savings on to you, the customer. Our warranty department also handles the paperwork and process for warranty claims with the Goulds factory. If you need to make a claim, you can just submit the order information to us and we will take care of the process. Some distributors do not offer this service or may not carry a warranty guarantee for Goulds pumps at all.

Many Goulds pumps are also eligible for our price match program. If you find the same Goulds pump at a lower price from one of our direct distribution competitors we will match the price. This helps ensure that you get the lowest possible price on a high quality Goulds pump.

What Kind of Goulds Pumps Do You Sell?

PumpProducts.com sells virtually any type of Goulds water pump. Some of the most popular types/series include:

  • Goulds booster pumps: Variations include the HB series, the GB series and the Aquavar ABII booster pump system that includes the pump, tank and controller.
  • Goulds well pumps: The Goulds submersible well pumps with 4″ centripro motors are some of the most efficient well pumps in the business.
  • Goulds IRRI-GATOR: The centrifugally powered Goulds IRRI-GATOR series pumps can be used for a variety of purposes, such as lawn sprinkling, irrigation and dewatering.

These are just some of the high quality and cost effective Goulds pumps that we carry. Dig into the Goulds pump section on our site to lose yourself in a world of pure imagination and find the right Goulds pump for your application.

Pump Products application engineers are standing by to help you find the right pump, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.