Marine and shipbuilding industry

A wide range of liquid conveying pumps with multiple characteristics are used aboard ships for a wide variety of operations, but they all share a common requirement: maximum resistance to the corrosive environment.

Sea water due to its salinity can cause corrosion of the metal. In this case, the pumps are made of special material or alloys to be very durable not only for the transported fluid, but also for the operating environment.

All different components and materials used and auxiliary accessories are compatible with regulations in each industry, and take into account operating temperatures, installation environments, dynamic loads, and location.

Special attention is paid to the painting procedure and timing.
Our pumps are designed considering the maximum dynamic loads on the 3 directions. Special care in design saves weight and decreases overall dimensions. Our engineering department is available to provide dedicated solutions in case the pump is installed in locations with limited space or difficult access for maintenance.

These pumps are used to supply cooling water to the engine.

Because of the large amount of fuel needed, specific pumps are used to transfer the fluid from the tank to the engine.

They are used for loading/unloading of storage tanks, ground tanks, and base structures.

Fuel can leak from the tank and accumulate in the bilge tanks along with seawater: our specific pumps are capable of discharging bilge water that also contains percentages of fuel and tar (potentially flammable fluids).

To provide the vessel with adequate stability, these pumps are used to balance the vessel and lower its center of gravity and waterline. Pumps are used to move/remove water in ballast tanks.

They are used to transfer liquids on various levels.


Our production and distribution provides all-around solutions, from complete and on-demand pumps:

  1. Skids with base frames or custom skids for assembly and transportation
  2. Instrumentation
  3. On-skid piping with valves
  4. Control equipment
  5. Auxiliary equipment
marine applications