Fiberglass-reinforced pumps were first introduced in 1966, when the Sethco Manufacturing Company began to pioneer the technology. These composite pumps were designed to handle corrosive, difficult liquids that couldn’t be handled as well by traditional mediums. At the time, Sethco had a small division focused on developing composite pumps that were able to provide larger flow rates. Most thermoplastic pumps had limited flow rates, so Sethco’s advances were an exciting development in the field.

In 1970, Sethco was acquired by Met-Pro Corporation and moved to Hatfield, Pennsylvania. The branch was renamed Fybroc Division and was put to work developing even better composite pumps. Sales soon exceeded the company’s production capacity, and the Fybroc Division was forced to expand into a 48,000 square foot production facility in Telford, Pennsylvania.

This state-of-the-art division is dedicated entirely to building high quality fiberglass-reinforced thermoset vinyl ester and epoxy resin pumps. They have focused on aggressive new programs and have developed ever-better molding techniques. With over 30 years of experience in building composite pumps, Fybroc is now the leader in the field and sets industry standards for fiberglass-reinforced pumps.

Naturally, Klein Pump chooses only the best when it comes to pumping technologies, so it’s no surprise that we’re a leading Fybroc pump supplier in South Florida. We’ve seen first-hand what this company can do, and we’re proud to offer Fybroc pumps and parts to our customers.

By choosing Klein Pump as your Fybroc pump supplier in South Florida, you gain access to the full range of Fybroc products, including:


  • Sump Pumps – high quality submersible pumps that are ideal for handling municipal wastes and drainage water.
  • Non-metallic pumps – which are an excellent corrosion resistant solution for handling chemicals, caustics, and other harsh fluids.
  • Self-priming pumps – fantastic for suction lift conditions where standard pumps would air bind.
  • ANSI pumps
  • Magnetic drive pumps – sealless pumps that offer zero-leakage operation for expensive/hazardous/lethal materials.
  • Centrifugal pumps – which are ideal for moving large volumes

Whether you’re handling toxic chemicals or molasses, expensive fluids or household bleach, it’s hard to go wrong with a Fybroc pumping system. Talk to us about how we can become your Fybroc pump supplier in South Florida by calling 561-340-1678.