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    Self Priming Pump Price List

    A self-priming pump is a type of centrifugal pump that is designed to eliminate the need for external priming or manual priming. Priming is the process of removing air from the pump and suction piping to create a vacuum, allowing the pump to draw in the liquid. Prices for self priming pumps can vary widely based on factors such as capacity, efficiency, and additional features. In this article, ATO industrial automation will list the price of self priming pumps for your reference.

    ATO Self Priming Pump Price List

    Product SKU Power Max Head Max Capacity Price
    Self priming pump ATO-SPB-40012 750W 12.8m (50Hz), 16m (60Hz) 244/240m L/min $1,125.86
    ATO-SPB-75102 7.5kW 28m (50Hz), 30m (60Hz) 940/960m L/min $2,687.95
    ATO-SPB-40022 1500W 15m (50Hz), 18m (60Hz) 250/320m L/min $1,389.62
    ATO-SPB-50032 2.2kW 20m (50Hz), 22m (60Hz) 400/340m L/min $1,498.86
    ATO-SPB-75072 5.5kW 25m (50Hz), 27m (60Hz) 900/880m L/min $2,356.78

    Note: The prices in the table list are for reference only. If want to get current quotation and other customized products information, please contact us now. Generally, you can get a discount on

    Features of Self Priming Pump

    • Priming Ability: Self-priming pumps have the ability to automatically evacuate air from the suction line and create a vacuum, allowing them to lift liquids from a lower level without external priming assistance.
    • Unique Design: These pumps often have a special design with a built-in reservoir to retain some liquid after the pump has stopped. This helps in maintaining the prime for subsequent starts.
    • Use of Check Valve: Self-priming pumps typically use a check valve or a combination of check valves to maintain the prime by preventing the backflow of liquid.
    • Applications: They are commonly used in applications where the pump is situated above the liquid level, such as in lifting water from wells, pumping from underground tanks, or dealing with situations where priming could be challenging.
    • Versatility: Self-priming pumps are versatile and can handle a variety of liquids, including those with entrained air or gases.

    It's important to note that while self-priming pumps offer the advantage of automatic priming, their performance and efficiency can vary based on the specific design and application. When choosing a self-priming pump, factors such as flow rate, head (lift), the type of fluid being pumped, and any specific requirements of the application should be considered. Please feel free to contact us if you have any question about our products, we will reply you as quickly as we can!

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