Welcome to Pumps of Tennessee

Established in 1981

Residential

We specialize in many pumps: Utility pumps, Sump pumps, Sump backup systems, Effluent pumps, Sewage pumps, Fountain for water garden, Submersible pumps and more.

Industrial Pumps

Industrial Pumps

From centrifugal pumps for hydroelectric plants and boilers, to drum pumps used to empty oil barrels and mobile tankers. We can supply everything you need to get your business going.

Accessories

Accessories

We have accessories for all pumps: Alarms, Control Panels, Custom Hoses, Fittings, Float Switches, Gauges, Pipe, Pressure Switches, Tanks, Valves, and much more.

Softners and Water Conditioners

Softners and Water Conditioners

Water quality can vary greatly from region to region – even well to well. That’s why we offer a complete line of water conditioning systems and filters.

Water Purifiers

Water Purifiers

Process water disinfection, TOC reduction, and ozone, chlorine  or chloramines destruction. We even supply hospitals, institutions, and light-commercial.

Filters

Filters

We offer many different products including; water filters, residential filtration solutions, industrial cartridges, whole-house filter solutions and more.

Seals

Seals

Seals designed to meet a wide variation of applications including: Fast Food, Conventional Steam, Geothermal, Biofuels, Pharmaceutical, Water and more.

Pressure Boosters

Pressure Boosters

We provide pressure boosting for a variety of applications including: buildings, industrial plants, irrigation, municipal and rural water districts.

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Can’t find what you are looking for? Need something custom made? Contact us now, and get exactly what you are looking for.

About Us

For over 36 years, Pumps of Tennessee in Knoxville has been a main player throughout East Tennessee, Southern Kentucky and Western North Carolina of the technologies for the movement and management of our most precious resource, water.

Pumps 101

If you’re brand new to the world of pumps you have a lot of ground to cover. The quickest way to get up to speeds is to quickly survey the landscape and gain an understanding of the most fundamental topics of pump design, application, and selection.

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Pumps of Tennessee offers technological solutions capable of ensuring reliability and efficiency, and to optimize energy consumption in residential building service, commercial building service, agricultural and irrigation applications in Knoxville and all East Tennessee, Southern Kentucky and Western North Carolina. Pumps of Tennessee puts people at the center of every action, strategy and development plan. Our experience and knowledge puts us on the cutting edge of all your water needs. Pumps of Tennessee works with both residential and commercial clients from fountains at the mall, to landscaping companies for your yard, to TVA and Water Treatment Centers.

Pumps of Tennessee Carries

Seal-Less Pumps

A Seal-less pump is essentially a conventional centrifugal pump without packed glands or mechanical seals. The dynamic seal that would normally be used to seal the impeller shaft is instead replaced by a static containment shell — or shroud — to form a completely sealed liquid end or pressure boundary.

Vertical Pumps

Vertical centrifugal pumps are also referred to as cantilever pumps. They utilize a unique shaft and bearing support configuration that allows the volute to hang in the sump while the bearings are outside the sump. Centrifugal pumps are used to transport fluids by the conversion of rotational kinetic energy to the hydrodynamic energy of the fluid flow.

Drum Pumps

Pumps that are used to empty barrels, tanks, IBCs and drums. Many liquids used on manufacturing and processing plants are delivered in barrels and are too heavy to tip to empty the liquids inside. Drum pumps consist of a vertical shaft inside a narrow tube which fits inside the drum opening. Drum Pumps can be emptied without tipping and so reduces the risk of spills and operator injury.

Centrifugal Pumps

Centrifugal pumps are used to transport fluids by the conversion of rotational kinetic energy to the hydrodynamic energy of the fluid flow. The rotational energy typically comes from an engine or electric motor. Common uses include water, sewage, petroleum and petrochemical pumping; a centrifugal fan is commonly used to implement a vacuum cleaner.