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Pump Sales


Pump Sales

Competitive Pricing, Quick Lead Times, Knowledgeable Sales Team

KG Power Systems is the leading supplier for the top pump manufacturers in the industry.  Some of the pump brands KG offers are Goulds, AMT pumps, Barnes, Sta-Rite, Berkeley and more! When you call KG Power Systems, you can expect from our sales team friendly service, honest prices, fast lead times and knowledge of the lastest pumps and upgrades in the industry. Call our sales team today to learn more!

Is your pump not working properly or you need a new pump ASAP?  Our experienced sales team will work with you to get your business up and running as fast as possible.  Call today and ask our sales team about our expedited services!

KG Power Systems' mechanics offer over 15 years pump and repair service experience. Visit our Pump Service Page or call KG Power Systems today to learn more about our Pump services.

Visit our online store and order your pump today!

Pump Manufacturers

KG Power Systems offers a variety of pump types including:

• Submersible and Sump Pumps
• Coolant Pumps
• Drum Pumps
• Engine Driven & Diaphragm Pumps
• HVAC / Multistage Pumps
• Pedestal Drive Pumps
• Firefighting Engine Driven Pumps
• Self-Priming Electric Pumps
• Speciality Pumps
• Straight Centrifugal Pumps
• Self Priming Centrifugal Pumps
• High Volume Transfer Pumps
• Submersible Dewatering Pumps
• Utility Pumps
• Deep Well Jet Pumps
• Shallow Well Jet Pumps
• Circulator Pumps
• Centrifugal Pumps
• Condensate Pumps
• Effluent Pumps
• Fountain Pumps
• Grinder Pumps
• Solids Handling Pump
• Sump Pumps
• Booster Pumps
• Trash Pumps
• End Suction Pumps
• Stationary Pumps
• Mobile Pumps
• Automatic Priming Pumps
• High Temperature Effluent Pumps
• 4" Submersible Well Pumps
• 6" Submersible Well Pumps
• Pump Parts 



Burks Pumps
KG Power Systems' sells Crane Brand Pumps to the Long Island and New York Territory Including:

Barnes Pumps • Burks Pumps • Weinman Pumps • Deming Pumps • Crown Pumps • Prosser Pumps

Barnes Pumps

• Ginder Pumps
• Condensate Pumps
• Effluent Pumps
• End Suction Pumps
• Fountain Pumps
• ICU & CCE Self Priming Pumps
• OVE Grinder Pumps
• Residential Sump Pumps
• Self-Priming Pumps
• Sewage Ejectors
• Submersible Solids Handling Pumps
• Transfer Pumps
• Crane Pump Parts
& More!

Deming PumpsBurks Pumps
    Prosser Pumps

Weinman Pumps

Crown Pumps




Defining Pumps Types:

• Pump Sales Centrifugal Pumps:
A pump that uses an impeller to move water or other fluids. Centrifugal force pushes the liquid outward from the eye of the impeller where it enters the casing.

• Circulator Pumps:
A circulator pump is a specific type of pump used to circulate gases, liquids, or slurries in a closed circuit. Typically used in chemical refineries, paper and textile plants and dry cleaning.

• Dewatering Pumps:
A de-watering process involves using a centrifugal pump (submersible or vertical turbine) to remove water from a construction site, pond, mine shaft, or any other area.

• Drum Pumps:
Designed to provide safe and easy transfer of a wide range of fluids including difficult to handle liquids such as acids, bases and solvents.

• Effluent Pumps:
Removes natural or pretreated liquid waste discharge from a sewage treatment system that has seeped into surface water. Types of pumps include submersible and non-submersible.

Grinder Pump:
A grinder pump is a wastewater conveyance device. Waste from water-using household appliances (toilets, bathtubs, washing machines, etc.)

• High Pressure Pumps:
Used in many applications including water blast, hydro-mining, and jet cutting. They can be a wide variety of pumps types including positive displacement pumps, rotary pumps and reciprocating pumps, or centrifugal pumps. These types of pumps can be run in continuous-duty applications but require full discharge of pump flow or bypass of a portion of the flow through pressure relief valves.

• Industrial Pumps:
Used in industrial applications such as slurry, wastewater, industrial chemicals, oil and gas, etc.

• Irrigation Pumps:
Usually some form of centrifugal pump type. They are often used for agriculture application where water needs to be moved from a water source to dry land.

• Jet Pump:
Are used for a variety of applications involving the movement of water from a water source to a destination. If your home is supplied primarily by well water, you may need a jet pump to pull water up from a well if the depth is greater than 25 feet.

• Pressure Pumps:
Used to create either high or low pressure. They can be metering pumps, and sometimes booster pumps.

• Transfer Pumps:
Fuel transfer pumps help make handling oils, fuels and other non-corrosive liquids safe and efficient.

• Trash Pumps:
Trash pumps are meant to pump water as well as other debris and solids. There are several types of trash pumps including diaphragm and semi-trash pumps.

• Utility Pumps:
In an emergency, a utility pump is the first pump you want to have on hand. Use these devices to remove water from window wells, rooftops, flooded areas or for draining sinks, aquariums and waterbeds.

• Well Pumps:
A water well pump is a pump that is used in extracting water from a water well. They include different kinds of pumps, most of them submersible pumps: Hand pump, manually operated. Injector, a jet-driven pump.

• Shallow Well Pump:
A shallow well pump pushes out water using a pipe or pipes. The pump is suitable when the vertical distance is 25 feet or less water depth.

• Deep Well Pump:
Deep well pumps will reach as far down as 200-500 feet.

• Self Priming Pumps:
The term "self-priming pump" describes a centrifugal pump that can use an air-water mixture to reach a fully-primed pumping condition.

• Submersible Pumps:
A submersible pump (or sub pump) is a device which has a sealed motor close-coupled to the pump body. The whole assembly is submerged in the fluid to be pumped.

Pump Sales How to Choose the Right Pump?

1. What is your application?
There are a number of pump applications which require different types of pumps. Some applications are Agriculture, Irrigation, Circulation, Dewatering, Liquid Transfer, Municipal, High Temperature, Chemical, Effluent, Filtration, Food & Beverage, Water Transfer, Utilities, Spray Systems, Industrial Process, Water Treatment. 

2. Are you replacing a pump? or is this a new installation?
If you are replacing a pump and looking for the exact replacement, it is best to have the model number of the pump. This can be best found on the label often found on the side of the pump. If you are looking to upgrade your pump, KG Power Systems' sales team can help you find the best pump for your application.

3. GPM / Gallons Per Minute:
A measure of the liquid volume capacity of a pump. There are no universal rules for GPM, the amount of water should be customized for the size of the land or the amount of water needed.

4. Total Head:
Is the total equivalent height that a fluid is to be pumped, taking into account friction losses in the pipe.

5. Static Lift & Height:
Static Height is the maximum height reached by the pipe after the pump. Static Lift is the height the water will rise before arriving at the pump.

6. PSI:
"Pound per Square Inch" or the amount of pressure.

7. The Depth of the Well (If a submersible pump):
Depending on how deep your well is will determine if a shallow well pump is needed or a deep well pump. 

8. Pump Motor Specs:
HP, RPM, Voltage, Phase, 2-wire or 3-wire.

9. Is a control box needed?
The Control box regulates supply of power to the pump motor at the bottom of the well.

10. Well Piping:
The pipe diameter, lenght, number of bends or elbows. 

Goulds Jet Pump