Full-line pump supplier for desalination

The performance and selection of optimum pumping equipment is paramount to reaching the best possible reliability and lowest operating cost in Reverse Osmosis and also in MED desalination plants where Sulzer Pumps is a full-line supplier. We offer our innovative design of pumps from small to large end suction single stage pumps up to very large vertical and high pressure multistage pumps.

Full-line pump supplier for desalination

MSD high pressure pump for desalination processes

AHLSTAR A series, end suction single stage pumps are designed for pumping clean, abrasive or corrosive liquids. These pumps are typically used in Low Pressure Services in SWRO and as filter feed pumps in UF/NF/MF applications. In addition, their excellent suction capabilities with very low NSPH make them ideal for main process services (Make Up, Brine blow down, Distillate) in MED Plants, from small sizes to the largest plants. 

Sulzer Pumps offers the most reliable solutions in the field of high pressure pumps: MBN ring section multistage pumps are ideal for small or medium sized operations where reliable, efficient and modularized pumps are requested. The pumps use integrated diffusers and product lubricated NDE bearings for simplified construction, minimized dimensions and to reduce cost. MSD axially split casing pumps for larger plants or where API requirements are mandatory can be supplied: The broad range of standard hydraulics and mechanical design options ensures optimum fit to customers’ duty requirements, using proven pre-engineered solutions.


SJM/SJT vertical turbine pumps are ruggedly designed for years of trouble free operation for large sea or river water intakes. The basic components such as discharge head, column pipe and bowl assembly are customized to match individual duty needs. The broad range of material options ensures the materials of construction can be matched to individual installation needs.


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