End suction pumps are the most common configuration for centrifugal pumps and the least expensive configuration in many cases. A considerable variation of sizes, materials of construction, and designs are offered by manufacturers to handle everything from water at ambient temperature to high pressure and high-temperature viscous oils, abrasive slurries, and corrosive chemicals.
Back-pull-out construction: Convenient for maintenance and troubleshooting.
Make parts exchangeable.
The impeller is an excellent design, which makes pump work stable with little noise.
Casing and casing cover use wearing neck ring structure, which makes a pump easy to maintain.