If your company needs dependable submersible pumps for a temporary project, you can trust Sage Rental Services with all your submersible pump rental solutions. Our rental fleet includes a range of hydraulic and electric submersible pumps ideal for various construction and industrial applications. Whether you need an industrial pump for a few days or a few months, our extensive inventory of reliable equipment rentals has what you need to get the job done right.
Electric submersible pumps are a good option when suction lifts would be to great for a centrifugal pump or when diesel driven pumps are a concern.
|6″ High Head
|Max Flow:||494 GPM (1869 L/min)||670 GPM (2536 L/min)||475 GPM (1800L/min)|
|Max Head:||88’ (27 m)||85’ (26 m)||117′ (35.6 m)|
|Pump Type:||Top Discharge, Dewatering, Agitator||Top Discharge, Dewatering, Agitator||Top Discharge, Dewatering, Agitator|
|Solid Size:||0.4” (11 mm)||0.4” (11 Mm)||0.4” (11 Mm)|
|Max Submersion Depth:||65’ (20m) or limited to length of power cord, Consult factory for deeper depths||65’ (20m) or Limited to Length of Power Cord, Consult Factory for Deeper Depths||65’ (20m) or Limited to Length of Power Cord, Consult Factory for Deeper Depths|
|Min Submersion Depth:||7.9” (200 mm)||7.9” (200 mm)||7.9” (200 mm)|
|Discharge Size:||4” NPT||6” NPT||4” NPT|
|Pump Weight (w/o cable):||172 lbs. (78 kg)||181 lbs. (82 Kg)||176 lbs. (80 kg)|
|Ship Weight:||227 lbs. (103 kg)||225 lbs. (102 Kg)||212 lbs. (96 kg)|
|Mechanical Seal – Upper:||Carbon/Ceramic||Carbon/Ceramic||Carbon/Ceramic|
|Mechanical Seal – Lower:||Silicon Carbide/Silicon Carbide||Silicon Carbide/Silicon Carbide||Silicon Carbide/Silicon Carbide|
|Motor Housing:||304 SS||304 SS||304 SS|
|Pump Volute:||Hardened Ductile Iron, 301 BHN||Hardened Ductile Iron, 301 BHN||Hardened Ductile Iron, 301 BHN|
|Suction Cover:||Cast Iron, 223 BHN||Cast Iron, 223 BHN||Cast Iron, 223 BHN|
|Wear Plate:||High Chrome, 653 BHN||High Chrome, 653 BHN||High Chrome, 653 BHN|
|Agitator:||Hardened Ductile Iron, 477 BHN||Hardened Ductile Iron, 477 BHN||Hardened Ductile Iron, 477 BHN|
|Impeller:||High Chrome, 653 BHN||High Chrome, 653 BHN||High Chrome, 653 BHN|
|Lip Seals & O-Rings:||Buna-N||Buna-N||Buna-N|
|Rotor Shaft:||304 SS||304 SS||304 SS|
|External Hardware:||304 SS||304 SS||304 SS|
|Motor – Type; Rating HP:||Submersible; 7.5 (Continuous Duty)||Submersible; 10 (Continuous Duty)||Submersible; 10 (Continuous Duty)|
|Motor Insulation Class:||F||F||F|
|Motor Service Factor:||1.15||1.15||1.15|
|Voltage – 3 PH; 60 Hz:||230V; 460V; 575V||460V; 575V||460V; 575V|
|Current F.L.A.:||18.7; 9.3; 7.4||12.8; 10.2||12.8; 10.2|
|Motor Protection:||Overload Required in Control||Overload Required in Control||Overload Required in Control|
|Power Cord – Gage, Length, Type:||A.W.G. 10/5; 50’ (15m); SOOW(EPR Jacket)||A.W.G. 12/5; 50’ (15 M); SOOW(EPR Jacket)||A.W.G. 12/5; 50’ (15 M); SOOW(EPR Jacket)|
|Maximum Liquid Temperature:||104°F (40°C)||104°F (40°C)||104°F (40°C)|
Submersible pumps offer impressive versatility and reliability, making them a trusted tool for any job that requires pumping out viscous fluid and liquids containing debris. Submersible pumps are easy to use, need no priming and are immune to issues like cavitation.
How Submersible Pumps Work
Submersible pumps are centrifugal pumps suitable for environments from residences to industrial facilities. They use impellers to displace water in an outwards direction. Impellers are backward curved blades. Multiple impellers are placed onto a single shaft rotated by an induction motor. Water travels through the centers of the impellers and, through centrifugal force, is thrown out radially. This process pressurizes the water, giving it kinetic energy.
Outlet water is passed from one impeller to the next by a component known as a diffuser. Water flowing through the impeller enters the diffuser, deflecting the inlet water and preparing it for the next impeller stage. The next impeller the water passes through is connected to the diffuser outlet before it.
An induction motor runs the submersible pump’s impellers. The induction motor’s power supply is given to the stator, which provides power to its rotor. During its operation, the pump’s motor produces a significant amount of heat. For effective cooling, the motor is filled with water or oil. The coolant jacket attached to the motor continuously circulates and prevents the motor from overheating. A small impeller at the bottom of the rotor maintains the circulating flow of coolant.
Benefits of Using Submersible Pumps
Submersible pumps push liquids rather than pulling them, reducing the risk of a negative pressure head forming in the system. This process prevents cavitation from occurring at all. The high-pressure head, flow-rate characteristics and being completely submerged makes submersible pumps the best choice for borewell lifting, oil pumping, water bypassing, waste pumping and firefighting.
Submersible pumps have no narrow flow regions in their impeller and diffusing sections. This characteristic makes submersible pumps well suited for waste pumping and projects requiring lifting highly viscous fluids. The specialized design of submersible pumps makes them an ideal choice for slurry pumping.
If you need to rent a submersible pump for a couple of days or a few months, our extensive inventory and top-quality products will be able to give you everything you need for as long as you need it.
Hydraulic Submersible Pump Rental
Centrifugal pumps generally can’t handle the demands of moving heavy solids or achieving suction lifts of over 25 feet, so these circumstances call for hydraulic submersible pumps. Hydraulic pumps consist of a hydraulic power unit, a submersible pump with hose attachments, and a hydraulic oil reserve. This pump option typically runs on diesel or gasoline, making it best for outdoor applications where good ventilation is possible.
Hydraulic pump rentals offer fuel-efficient, hardworking alternatives to similar electric options. Contractors and mining operations working on high lifts can benefit from hydraulic pumps because of their greater suction height. These hydraulic systems can efficiently pump water out of quarries, mines, trenches, and more.
If your project scope requires the maximum amount of suction power, then our hydraulic submersible pump rental options might be the perfect choice for you. Our selection of hydraulic equipment includes 65-horsepower and 150-horsepower submersible power units with various submersible pump head lengths.
In addition to being more powerful than electric pumps, other benefits of our hydraulic options include:
- Versatility: Hydraulic pumps can transport more viscous liquid without clogging the suction pumps or damaging the equipment. This versatility allows hydraulic pumps to process sewage, slurry, and muddy water.
- Maintenance: Hydraulic pumps are easy to maintain, as your team can access and service the fueling section even when the pump remains submerged.
Electric Submersible Pump Rentals
Electric submersible pumps provide excellent utility in instances where diesel pumps represent a safety concern or the suction lifts exceed the limits of a centrifugal pump. This submersible pump option is popular in the oil industry and is ideal for well-drilling and irrigation. Electric pumps also allow operation indoors or in places where diesel and other fuel exhausts could cause a safety hazard.
A reliable electric pump rental can lower the cost of operations and improve your overall job site efficiency. Other benefits of electric submersible pumps include:
- Noise level: Electric systems are much quieter than hydraulic systems and are better for urban work sites.
Price: Electric systems are less expensive and have lower initial costs. pump rental can lower the cost of operations and improve your overall job site efficiency.
The Best Submersible Pump Rentals for Your Business Near You
Sage Rental Services has you covered whether you need additional equipment for a larger job or a replacement rental submersible pump to fill in for a malfunctioning owned model. Our 24/7 submersible pump rental services can help you get the equipment you need for a project.
Our certified technicians regularly inspect and service each piece of equipment to ensure your rental is in top working condition. We also offer exceptional customer service, including personalized advice on which submersible pump rental would best suit your company’s needs. What’s more, our commitment to equipment rental reliability includes 24/7 availability and four-hour rental machine replacements.
If you’re searching for the best electric and hydraulic submersible pump rental options, you’ve come to the right place. Our knowledgeable team is ready to get you and your contractors dependable, hardworking equipment when you need it most. Contact Sage Rental Services online to learn more about our services or call us at 888-716-7243 with any questions.