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The All-new Impeller Store

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The All-new Impeller Store

The all-new Impeller Store is a fast and efficient one-stop shop for all impeller needs designed by Sims Pump Company of Hoboken, NJ – the proven name in impeller technology since 1919.  With US Navy, German Navy, ABS, DNV, and Lloyd’s approvals, Sims offers the best impellers on the market because they are not cast, or molded.  Instead they manufacture high quality, precision machined, upgraded, and efficient impellers and rings from SIMSITE®, a unique, patented structural composite. 

SIMSITE® will never corrode in seawater, brackish water, river water, chlorinated water, wastewater and many other chemicals.  This material is machined from one center position using 5-axis to 8-axis precision machining, meaning SIMSITE® impellers are perfectly balanced both mechanically and hydraulically and do not experience performance degradation like metallic products!  Lightweight and virtually indestructible, these impellers and rings are excellent for new, repair, or retrofit applications and are self-lubricating, sealing, and corrosion, erosion, and cavitation resistant.  Companies will save massive expenses and potential downtime from replacing parts with SIMSITE®, and enjoy years of trouble-free performance.  

If your company is interested in increasing efficiency, and extending performance, longevity, and reliability visit www.IMPELLERSTORE.com for a quick and easy quotation.  You can also call 1-(844)-467-3553 or email Impellerstore@simsite.comto place an order and start your journey to increased savings and performance today!

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