Ebara’s EVMS Vertical Multistage

Ebara’s EVMS Vertical Multistage

EBARA’s EVMS series of vertical multistage pumps are manufactured to the highest standards of quality to deliver reliable operating performance. These vertical multistage pumps are engineered using the latest fluid dynamics and design principles, followed by quality-controlled manufacturing and rigorous testing. Ebara has also developed a unique impeller design called Shurricane that offers solutions and value to the customer. The optimised shape of this patented impeller enables an 80% reduction in axial thrust making it possible to preserve motor bearing life. 


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Design Advantages
  • Self-aligning liner ring, floating design prevents swelling at high temperatures 
  • Tungsten carbide lower pump bearings for maximum operating life 
  • Keyed direct drive pump and motor shafts for reliable power transmission 
  • Cartridge seals for easy maintenance 
  • Air vent in casing cover prevents air entrapment and dry run 
  • Square-edge four spline shaft minimises shaft and impeller wear 
Available Options

We customise pumps according to your specific application. Get in touch with us today to get a complete list of your options. 


  • Seal options 
  • Material options 
  • Motor options 
  • Spare parts
  • Baseplate 
Key Specifications
  • Model range: 1,3,5,10,15 & 20 m³/hr flow sizes 
  • Heads: Up to 240 m 
  • Liquid temperature: -15 to +140°C 
  • Max. working pressure: 16 Bar (Oval Flange) 25 Bar (Round flange) 
  • Larger capacity EVM models available (32, 45 & 64 m³/hr) 
  • Industrial, commercial and agricultural applications 
  • Water treatment plants (reverse osmosis, filtration) 
  • Boiler feed - Irrigation systems - Fire fighting 
  • Pumping of hot or cold water for HVAC systems 
  • For the pumping or boosting of water in general 
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Principle of Operation

The Ebara centrifugal pumps follow the standard centrifugal principle. Two main parts are responsible for the conversion of energy: the impeller and the casing. The impeller rotates the fluid while the casing is the airtight passage that surrounds the impeller. To work, the fluid enters into the casing, falls on the impeller blades at the eye of the impeller, and is whirled tangentially and radially outward until it leaves the impeller into the diffuser part of the casing. The fluid gains both velocity and pressure while it passes through the impeller which is mechanized by the motor. This is how the pump can push out the fluid to a high-level head. 



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Our customer support services set us apart, we take responsibility to give you the best experience possible. 

How our experts can help you: 

  • Design and cost a system or project 
  • Customise and engineer solutions for your specific application 
  • Provide spare parts and maintenance services
  • Conduct Site-Wide Pump Health Audits with our Nexus Program
  • Pump Manuals and Technical Guides 

And so much more! 

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