A Vertical Centrifugal Pump is a type of pump where the impeller and the motor are positioned vertically in line with the pump body. The impeller rotates on a vertical axis to create a centrifugal force that moves the liquid from the suction side to the discharge side of the pump. Vertical Centrifugal Pumps are commonly used in applications where the liquid being pumped is at a high temperature, or when the space constraints require a vertical orientation. They are also commonly used in the transfer of high-volume liquid, such as sewage and slurry, due to their ability to handle large quantities of fluid.