Our engineers use computer software to model your particular piping system. This software calculates the Total Dynamic Head (TDH) for your system and also checks for sufficient Net Positive Suction Head (NPSHA) to avoid cavitation problems. We also compute the correct horsepower required for your pump system, and we also recommend suction & discharge pipe sizes to achieve your flow rate requirements.

Fill out the Pump Sizing form below and we will contact you with the correct pump and piping recommendations for your operation/project.

Contact Info:
Business Name:
E-mail Address:
Best way to contact you?
Country in which the installation will be
Town or city in which the installation will be?
Type of installation (mining, agricultural, domestic, petroleum?
Product to be Pumped:
Name of Product:
Weight or Specific Gravity of Product (If Known):
Max Temp of Product:
Min Temp of Product:
Clear Liquid or Abrasives in Product (If Abrasives, Please Describe)
Flow rate Desired (l/s or m³/h):
Minimum Flow rate:
Maximum Flow rate:
Type of Drive Desired:
Gas or Diesel Engine?
Hydraulic Motor Drive?
Electric Motor?
1 Phase Power or 3 Phase Power?
Do you have a Motor Already? Yes No
What HP rating?:
Suction Description:
Lifting liquid up from pond or pit?
If lifting, how much vertical lift (from liquid surface to where pump will set?)
Or "Flooded Suction" from Storage Tank?
Type of suction pipeline (eg. Pvc, steel ,)
Pressure rating of suction pipeline?
Approximate Length of Suction Pipe?
Diameter of Suction Pipe?
Approximate number & type of valves in suction piping?
Approximate number of elbows in suction piping?
Strainer in suction piping?
Discharge Description:
Type of discharge pipe (eg. Pvc or steel)?
Pressure rating of discharge pipe?
Approximate Length of Discharge Pipe?
Diameter of Discharge Pipe (if Known)?
Approximate number & type of valves in discharge piping?
Approximate number of elbows in discharge piping?
Meter in discharge piping? If so, what type?
Strainer in Discharge Piping? Discharge Pipe Vertical "Head":
How many vertical meters up (from pump to exit point)?
Or, down how many vertical meters? Exit Point
Into Storage or Truck Tank? If so, how tall is tank?
Or "open end" (gravity) discharge?
Or into pressure main or pressure tank? If so, at what pressure?
Or into sprinkler nozzle, etc.?