Flowserve can trace its expertise in the pumps industry back to the 18th century and the earliest application of steam pumping engines. Since then, Flowserve has grown into a driving force in the global pump marketplace. No other pump company has our depth or breadth of expertise in the successful application of pre-engineered, engineered, and special purpose pumps and systems.
Flowserve centrifugal, positive displacement and specialty pumps and systems are key components in the worldwide oil and gas, hydrocarbon and chemical processing, power generation and water resources industries, as well as the general process and industrial marketplace. Flowserve pumps play a leading role in clean energy, greenhouse gas reduction and potable water supply efforts, along with the application of advanced production and process technologies.
Flowserve offers the world’s most extensive lines of ISO 13709/API 610, ISO 2858 and ASME B73.1 compliant designs, along with pumps designed to nuclear, JIS and other globally recognized design standards. In addition to offering more than 100 distinct pump models, Flowserve also provides its customers unequaled engineering and technical support, with the industry’s most progressive hydraulics, mechanical, materials, monitoring and diagnostics capabilities.
Flowserve products keep pace with your growth. We carefully engineer quality and durability into every pump product, resulting in safe, durable equipment that performs as long as you need it to. Read our updated pump catalog — which includes more than 150 flagship pump and specialty products — and see how Flowserve products deliver proven reliability, long life and low total cost of ownership.
Flowserve overhung pumps comply either with ISO, ASME or API standards. These pumps are available in different designs to meet the requirements for chemical, API, slurry and solids handling processes, as well as industrial processes. Different configurations guarantee reliable and efficient pumping processes. Numerous sizes, hydraulics and material combinations are particularly well suited for use in applications where uncompromising reliability and efficiency over a wide flow range are key.