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Colorado Industrial Pumps


15165 W. 44th Avenue
Golden, Colorado 80403

Phone: (303) 233-9255
Fax: (303) 233-9031


  • End Suction Pumps
  • Horizontal Split Case Pumps
  • Vertical Inline Pumps / Vertical Turbine Pumps
  • Self-Priming Pumps
  • Slurry / Solids Handling Pumps
  • Horizontal Pumping Systems
  • Submersible Pumps
  • Extended Shaft / Sump Pumps
  • Sealless Pumps
  • Drum Pumps
  • Axial Flow Pumps
  • Regenerative Turbine Pumps
  • Side Channel Pumps
  • AODD Pumps
  • Dosing / Metering Pumps
  • Peristaltic Pumps
  • Screw Pumps
  • Internal Gear Pumps
  • Lobe Pumps
  • Reciprocating Piston / Plunger Pumps
  • Progressive Cavity Pumps
  • Sliding Vane Pumps
  • Eccentric Disc Pumps

Colorado’s industrial landscape relies significantly on a variety of industrial pumps to meet diverse fluid-handling needs. With a diverse economy encompassing agriculture, mining, energy production, and manufacturing, Colorado’s industrial pumps play a crucial role in facilitating processes across these sectors. In the agricultural heartlands of the state, irrigation pumps are indispensable for sustaining crop cultivation, drawing water from wells and reservoirs to mitigate the arid climate. The mining sector, prominent in Colorado, utilizes industrial pumps for tasks such as dewatering mines, transporting slurries, and managing water resources in the extraction process. In the energy sector, pumps are instrumental in various applications, from oil and gas production to power generation. Colorado’s booming urban centers also heavily depend on industrial pumps for water supply, wastewater management, and HVAC systems in commercial and residential buildings.

The Rocky Mountain state’s topography, characterized by varying elevations and challenging terrains, necessitates pumps capable of handling different pressures and fluid viscosities. Vertical turbine pumps, for instance, find applications in drawing water from deep wells efficiently, aligning with the state’s geographic diversity. The demand for environmentally sustainable solutions has also spurred the adoption of advanced pump technologies, such as centrifugal pumps with energy-efficient designs and variable speed drives, promoting responsible resource management.