Dynamic Pumps

Centrifugal Pumps – Non Submersible

Centrifugal Pumps – Submersible

Positive Displacement Pumps

Rotary Pumps – Gear, Lobe, & Screw
Reciprocating – Diaphram, Piston & Plunger


We find pumps in every area of our modern lives. They are essential equipment for manufacturing the goods we take for granted. From running water to the box of cereal on the table, they all require pumps as part of the process., Four general industries that rely on pumps are:


Industrial pumps must be built to withstand highly corrosive or volatile chemicals, extremely high or low temperatures, high pressure and constant use. Pump materials and construction vary depending upon the liquids they handle and their environment.

Building & Construction

If you live or work in a building higher than two storeys, you can thank a pump for the water pressure. Every tall building uses pumps to push water to the top and to pressurize fire water systems. Pumps also move sewage water to the central sewer lines.

Food Manufacturing

Every bottle of sauce or oil found in a grocery store requires a food-grade pump for production and packaging. Food manufacturing facilities require pumps for most processes. Pumps in the food industry are not limited to liquids. They must move powders, granulated solids, whole grains and finished cereals all without damaging the products.

Waste Water & Water Treatment

Sewer systems are essential in maintaining the comfort of human life. If we are to protect the cleanliness of the Earth and its water resources, wastewater treatment is an unavoidable issue.