More than 380 Models. Crisafulli offers more than 380 self-priming, centrifugal pump models which vary primarily in the impeller design - i. e., open or closed, double or single suction, diameter and width, the number and configuration of the impeller blades. Additionally, the housing (volute), discharge size, materials used in manufacture, power source, horsepower applied, and pump speed (revolutions per minute, RPM) vary by model. Each pump model has unique performance characteristics and applications explained in Sections for Submersible Hydraulic Pumps, Submersible Electric Pumps, Trailer Pumps, Vertical Pumps, and in the Product Catalogue.
Work done. Of primary interest, however, to our customers is work done - i.e., the versatility, flow, and lift (total dynamic head) capacity of their Crisafulli pumps. As the sole moving part, the impeller is critical to pump performance. When a Crisafulli Impeller is inside the pump, you are assured of a rugged, reliable, versatile pump able to achieve high performance in a wide range of applications - in other words, good value for your investment.
Ability to pump sludges and slurries. Rugged, reliable Crisafulli pumps enable our customers to transfer water and many kinds of waste at high capacities - i. e., sludge, slurry, fly ash, tailings, storm runoff, and more. With flow capacities ranging from 50 gallons per minute (GPM) to 18,000 GPM, Total Dynamic Heads ranging from 20 feet to 280 feet, and spherical solids passing capabilities to 5.5 inches, Crisafulli can build your pump to meet your particular requirements.
The Crisafulli Advantage. The wide range of performance and application capabilities of the Crisafulli Pump, Dredge, and Portable Power Unit product line, each model of which can be customized to each customer's special requirements, provides our customers with what we call "The Crisafulli Advantage."
"Crisafulli Impeller Inside" describes our pump line - our trailer, vertical, hydraulic, and submersible pumps. In most cases, a Crisafulli Pump is also used in Crisafulli Dredges.