The success of your business depends on many things. The selection of the right equipment is probably one of the most important factors. If you’re in need of an industrial pump, you know that the market has a lot to offer. Choosing the right equipment for your Palm Beach County business becomes an almost impossible task.

Sorting through the options will be a lot easier if you choose the right industrial pump supplier. Experienced professionals in the field will guide you through the process and help you make the selection that will be cost-efficient and that will benefit your business.

Klein Pump is one such partner that Palm Beach County companies can rely on. Over the years, we’ve worked with businesses that specialize in:

  •     Heavy industries
  •     Power generation
  •     HVAC
  •     Food processing
  •     Textiles
  •     Petrochemical
  •     Pharmaceutical
  •     Oil & gas
  •     Steel mills
  •     Paints & coatings
  •     Beverage
  •     Cement plants
  •     General industries
  •     Chemical processing
  •     Bottling plants
  •     Distilleries
  •     Breweries
  •     Hotels & resorts
  •     Sugar mills
  •     Edible oils
  •     Aquariums
  •     Water parks
  •     Ordnance
  •     Marine
  •     General industries
  •     Packaging

Each of these businesses has its specific needs and we believe that consulting our clients is important. Based on our know-how and experience in the field, we know how to put together the most reliable pumping system. Every piece in our catalog has been thoroughly tested to ensure quality. We believe that our clients deserve nothing but the best and this is why we put a lot of work in the pump assessment process.

Our clients can choose among many different types of pumps:

  •     Positive displacement pumps
  •     Column sump pumps
  •     Recessed impeller (vortex) pumps
  •     End suction pumps
  •     Vertical multi-stage pumps
  •     ANSI process pumps
  •     Regenerative turbine pumps
  •     Rotary gear pumps
  •     Sliding vane pumps
  •     Centrifugal pumps
  •     Mag-drive pumps
  •     Horizontal split case pumps
  •     Sanitary lobe pumps
  •     Submersible non-clog pumps
  •     Submersible slurry pumps
  •     Peristaltic (hose) pumps
  •     Eccentric disc pumps
  •     Metering pumps
  •     Vertical turbine pumps
  •     Double diaphragm pumps

Don’t know what the differences between these pumps are? Do you have any questions about the characteristics of a particular variety? Give us a call at 561-340-1678 and we’ll provide the essential details, as well as the answer to all of your specific questions.