Tsurumi's LSC Pump

Tsurumi is a strong contender in the electric submersible and engine-driven pump market. Its portfolio of submersible pumps is complete with all types possible from vortex impeller to standard open impeller types with agitators, cutters, or grinders.
The LSC pump is a submersible single-phase portable residue drainage pump. Although compact, this pump conveys powerful pumping action that is complemented by Tsurumi’s host of original technologies such as the oil-lifter, dual mechanical seal with silicon carbide faces, and anti-wicking cable entry. The LSC pump is equipped with a specially designed bottom plate that allows the pump to drain as low as 1 mm of water level. It also comes with a swing check valve to prevent the reverse flow of the sucked liquid. Finally, the discharge direction can either be vertical or inclined to prevent the discharge hose from bending.


Portable Residue Dewatering Pump

Design Advantages

  • V-Ring/Oil Seal protects mechanical seal from abrasion
  • Valve seat and swing check valve prevent backflow
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Top discharge, flow-thru design for maximum motor cooling
  • Extended dry-run capabilities
  • Equipped with Tsurumi original technologies

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  • Spare parts

Key Specifications

  • Flow: 0.17 m3/min
  • Heads: 11 meters
  • Bore up to 25 mm

Model: LSC1.4S
Discharge Bore (mm): 25
Motor Output (kW): 0.48
Phase: Single

Model: LSC2.75S
Discharge Bore (mm): 50(25)*
Motor Output (kW): 0.75
Phase: Single


  • General pumping and drainage
  • Household use
  • Commercial use
  • Slurries
  • Residue
  • Flood cleanup
  • Countermeasures against Dengue and Zika


Tsurumi’s range of submersible pumps consist of vortex impeller and standard impeller types. Submersible centrifugal creates rotational energy to push liquid out to the discharge while vortex impeller pumps create vortex to pump liquid out. Generally, though, submersible pumps suck liquid into the pump as they sit at the bottom of a reservoir and push the fluid under pressure through the pipe out to the surface or a designated end location like a treatment facility.

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