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I'm working on a fictional project. I need any water pump, but I'm not finding one capable.

I'm working on a fictional project. I need any water pump, but I'm not finding one capable.

I'm working on a fictional project. I need any water pump, but I'm not finding one capable.

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I'm working on a fictional project. I need any water pump capable of a flow rate of 900 L/s (3133.152 m³/h) .
I've never searched for this type of equipment, can you help me?
I've never searched for this kind of information, can you tell me the best way to look for this kind of information?

RE: I'm working on a fictional project. I need any water pump, but I'm not finding one capable.

Mining equipment is probably the type of stuff for that kind of volume. Here is a pump in the range you are looking for: Trash Pump

- Andrew

RE: I'm working on a fictional project. I need any water pump, but I'm not finding one capable.

(OP)
Many thanks for the reply. This pump is almost perfect, in this project I need one with about 14000 gpm and a head of more than 141.

RE: I'm working on a fictional project. I need any water pump, but I'm not finding one capable.

Use two pumps, each at half the flow, with the desired head you need. In parallel they're combine flow but not head.

RE: I'm working on a fictional project. I need any water pump, but I'm not finding one capable.

What is your question, do you need a pump, a pump curve or a manufacturer who could supply such a pump?
Plus you will need to nominate a head requirement.

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