A typical line shaft turbine pump is installed in a well. The impellers and bowls, located under water, are connected to an above grade discharge head with column pipe and shafting. The lineshaft and associated bearings are either oil or water lubricated. Pumps are driven through a NEMA frame vertical electric motor mounted on the discharge head or a right angle drive mounted on the discharge head and coupled to an engine. The electric motor can be repaired or replaced as necessary without pulling the pump. Short coupled pumps are also installed in below grade cans or pots as required. Numerous other configurations and options are available. Typical capacities range from about 100 GPM to over 3000 GPM.