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RCP ENGINEERING WORKS was established in 1990. The combination of experience, technology and efficiency makes their team of engineers, technical staff of their marketing , fabrication and services, the ideal choice. RCP ENGINEERING WORKS is customer-oriented company. They work closely with their customers to identify problems, recommending solutions, finding the right applications, and providing their customers in the industrial, commercial, agricultural, and real estate development sectors, with highest standards of knowledge, quality and complete service.

RCP ENGINEERING WORKS offers modern facilities for assembly, fabrication of pumps and pumping system alokng with modern facilities for testing and quality control. The technical staffs are highly exposed to the areas the company is engaged in.

RCP ENGINEERING WORKS offeres tailored packed where they can either fabricate to their customers design or more often with the customers to offer most pracitcal cost effective solution. The company’s supply citeria have never changed from day 1. All parts and systems supplied shall always be of the highest quality. Whether supply of parts or service, they ensure that the highest quality is offered aat all times because quality is their priority.

To work as a nationwide partner in any project involving pumps and pumping systems.

To become the leading partner company in any project involving pumps and pumping systems.

To provide excellent customer service and to build better future.


Pull-out and installation of the following:

A submersible pump (or electric submersible pump (ESP)) is a device which has a hermetically sealed motor close-coupled to the pump body. The whole assembly is submerged in the fluid to be pumped. The main advantage of this type of pump is that it prevents pump cavitation, a problem associated with a high elevation difference between pump and the fluid surface. Submersible pumps push fluid to the surface as opposed to jet pumps having to pull fluids. Submersibles are more efficient than jet pumps.

The submersible pumps used in ESP installations are multi stage centrifugal pumps operating in a vertical position. Although their constructional and operational features underwent a continuous evolution over the years, their basic operational principle remained the same. Produced liquids, after being subjected to great centrifugal forces caused by the high rotational speed of the impeller, lose their kinetic energy in the diffuser where a conversion of kinetic to pressure energy takes place. This is the main operational mechanism of radial and mixed flow pumps.

The pump shaft is connected to the gas separator or the protector by a mechanical coupling at the bottom of the pump. Well fluids enter the pump through an intake screen and are lifted by the pump stages. Other parts include the radial bearings (bushings) distributed along the length of the shaft providing radial support to the pump shaft turning at high rotational speeds. An optional thrust bearing takes up part of the axial forces arising in the pump but most of those forces are absorbed by the protector’s thrust bearing.


A Turbine pump is a centrifugal pump that is mainly used to pump water from deep wells or other underground and man-made bodes of water to water distribution systems. A centrifugal pump consists of a pump shaft, a rotating device known as an impeller, and a motor or an engine. A turbine pump may consist of multiple semi-open or enclosed impellers, also known as "stages." A metal plate called shroud supports the vanes of the impeller in an open or semi-open impeller, whereas in an enclosed impeller, the shroud encloses the impeller vanes. The turbine pump also consists of a water intake point and a water discharge point....
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