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Look to Grainger for any type of diaphragm pump for wet commercial pumping. Select an air diaphragm pump that runs on compressed air for applications that involve slurries, solvents, and other high-viscosity liquids. Or choose an electric diaphragm pump to run an agricultural sprayer. Grainger also carries a positive displacement pump selection for pumping potable water and other marine-related uses.

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We cannot answer your question at this time. Please call us at 1-800-GRAINGER with the air requirements of your diaphragm pump and we can assist with compressor selection. If you do not have a pump chosen yet, please let us know what you are pumping, and the pressure/flow you require, we can assist with the pump selection as well.

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At your convenience, please contact us at 1-800-GRAINGER as we need to know a bit more about your needs, such as how far you are looking to pump the fluid, and will the pump be submerged, or does it need to use a suction hose?

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