Submersible Dewatering Pump Manufacturers in Mumbai

Product Details:

Motor Horsepower 1hp to 15hp 
Speed 2880 RPM
Versions (1hp to 15hp) Three Phase
(1hp to 3hp) Single Phase
Degree of protection IP 68
Class of Insulation
Direction of rotation Clockwise viewed from Driving end
Type of Duty S1 (Continuous)
Outlet size  2", 3", 4" & 6"


     "PEW" Submersible dewatering pumps are vertically mounted, single suction, single stage (non clog) pumps, designed to operate underwater. The low weight and compact design make them easy to transport, once delivered to the site they can be used right away. These pumps are available in 3 impellar configurations.

  • Closed
  • Cutter
  • Vortex



  • Heavy duty bearings.
  • High efficiency copper wound motor.
  • In-built lip seal to prevent ingress of slit and sand.
  • Sewage pump can handle solids upto 15mm & dewatering pump can handle solids upto 30 to 60mm.
  • The realtively small size and weight make these pumps specially suitable for temporary services like dewatering of construction sites and for emergency services in case of flooding.
  • The pumps are equipped with handles which make it easy to move them from one point of application to the other.
  • Pumps are designed for free standing installation, but can also be permanently installed by means of an auto coupling guide rail system.
  • Pumps in permanent installations can cope with PH values ranging from 4 to 10.
  • Permissible liquid temperature: 0*C to 40*C.
  • The stator windings incorporate temperature sensors (PTC or TOP) which cut out the motor in case of over temperature. Temperature sensors (PTC or TOP) are built into the stator windings, and a contact in the sensors will open in case of over temperature i.e. 120*C.


Material of Construction:

Part Name Material
Pump Casing Cast Iron
Motor Frame SS 304
Impeller Cast Iron / Polyamide / SS 304, 316, 410
Shaft SS 410
Sealing Dual Mechanical Seal Silicon Carbide and Carbon Ceramic



  • Storm Water
  • Raw Sewage 
  • Waste Water
  • Industrial Effluents
  • Excretionary Waste