Centrifugal Pump Manufacturer In India

Jay Khodiyar Engineering Works is an internationally recognized centrifugal pump supplier in India. We have been manufacturing a high-quality and innovative range of centrifugal pumps for more than two decades.

Our range of centrifugal pumps is well-designed and constructed for smooth liquid flow in every application. From pumping water and solvents to oil and acids, our centrifugal pumps perfectly match the customer application requirements and are ideal for industrial, agricultural, and domestic uses.

With years of experience in offering the right and most efficient centrifugal pumps, we pride ourselves on being amongst the top 10 centrifugal pump manufacturers in India in the pump manufacturers list.

  • Highly Versatile
  • Energy Efficient
  • High Operating Reliability
  • Safe Fluid Handling
  • High Productivity
  • Low Maintenance
  • Heavy Duty Design

Capacity 500M3 / hr
Head 160mtrs
Size 25 to 150
Speed 1400 to 2800
Temperature 160
M.O.C. C.I, WCB. S.S 304, S.S 316/316L Alloy-20, CD4MCU Etc

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Applications of Centrifugal Pump

  • Waste-water Treatment

  • Surface Conditioning

  • Food & Beverage

  • Pharmaceutical

  • Thermic Fluid Boiler

  • Heat Exchanger

  • Chemical Industry

  • Sugar Plants

  • Textile Industry

  • Ceramic Industry

  • Solvent Transfer

  • Laminate Industry

  • Marine/Ports

  • Automobile Industry

  • Seawater

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    What is a Centrifugal Pump?

    A centrifugal pump is a mechanical device that uses rotating impellers to move fluids by converting rotational kinetic energy to hydrodynamic energy. It's essentially a rotating machine that takes in liquid at its center and expels it outward at high pressure.

    How Does Centrifugal Pump Work?

    • The impeller rotates, and the blades fling the fluid outward due to centrifugal force.
    • The fluid accelerates as it moves through the impeller and exits into the casing.
    • The casing gradually increases in diameter, which converts the fluid's velocity into pressure.
    • The fluid exits the pump through the outlet at a higher pressure than it entered.

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