Patterson Vertical Turbine Pump

DJ Gongol & Associates represents the Patterson Pump Company and National Pump Co., both subsidiaries of the Gorman-Rupp Company, in the states of Iowa and Nebraska. Patterson pumps are made for a variety of applications in both clean water and wastewater applications.

The Patterson Pump Company has built vertical-turbine pumps for the fire control market for more than 50 years, and this vast experience makes Patterson a leader in the development of vertical-turbine pumps for the municipal sector. Patterson's focus is on short-set pumps, typically 25' or less.

National Pump Co. is a leader in pumps with deeper settings, including enclosed-shaft, open-shaft, and submersible turbine well pump types.

Vertical turbine pumps are widely used in Iowa and Nebraska as well pumps for raw-water sources. Because vertical-turbine pumps can be staged in order to serve high heads, they are ideal for this sort of application. Patterson's half-century of vertical-turbine pump experience assures you of receiving the correct pump for your application.

Performance Characteristics

Pump Type Min GPM Max GPM Max TDH Min Disch Max Disch Service
Patterson VTPs 500 gpm 30,000 gpm 700' 6" 14" raw water wells, low NPSHa conditions
National VTPs 50 gpm 25,000 gpm 2,500' 6" 30" deep wells
National submersible well pumps 50 gpm 25,000 gpm 3,400' 6" 30" crooked wells, open sumps, extremely deep wells

Patterson vertical-turbine pumps are available in bowl sizes from 12" to 40", with discharges from 6" to 14". Larger sizes and custom units are available upon request. Standard Patterson vertical turbine pumps are outfitted with an open line shaft for self-lubrication, though closed-shaft models are available upon request.

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