Johnston Vertical Turbine Pumps

Vertical Turbine Pumps

Also known as deep well pumps or axial flow pumps, vertical turbine pumps are a type of centrifugal pump used to transport fluid from an underground reservoir. These reliable pumps are driven by an above ground or submersible electric motor connected via a long vertical shaft to impellers at the bottom of the pump. Vertical turbine pumps are capable of extremely high flows and pressures for a wide range of applications.

Flo-Line is a proud partner of industry-leading pump manufacturers, including Sulzerand Johnston Pumps. We offer complete engineering design assistance for all applications. Request a quote today or contact a Flo-Line expert for more information regarding our selection of vertical turbine pumps.

Johnston Vertical Turbine PumpFully Customizable Vertical Turbine Pumps from Johnston

Flo-Line provides Johnston vertical turbine pumps from Sulzer. Johnston pumps are fully customizable with options for open or closed channels, mixed flow, and propeller designs from 6” to 80” (150mm – 2,000mm). Additional features include:

  • Flow rates from 100 to 270,000 GPM
  • Pressures up to 930 PSI
  • Wide array of materials
  • NSF-61 Certification for drinking water applications

Axial Flow Pumps for Agricultural, Municipal, & Industrial Applications

Johnston vertical turbine pumps can be used in any industry where water or other liquids must be pumped from deep pits or wells. These rugged pumps offer optimal efficiency in a number of applications, including:

  • Municipal Water Supply
  • Wastewater Treatment
  • Agricultural Pumping & Irrigation
  • Drainage & Flood Control
  • Mine Water Management

Contact Flo-Line Technology Today for Your Vertical Turbine Pump Needs

Flo-Line Technology is a leading supplier of high quality pumping solutions for all industrial and municipal markets. We work with trusted manufacturers to provide our customers with the reliable, long-lasting pumps they need. Request a quote today to discuss your vertical turbine pump requirements. Call us at (800) 255-2933 to speak to an expert.