Cat Pumps
Cat Pumps supplies industrial quality high-pressure pumps and systems designed for long-life performance and ease of maintenance. Piston and plunger pump models are available for pressure ratings from 100 to 10,000 psi (7 to 689 bar) and flow rates to 240 gpm (908 lpm). Applications range from vehicle cleaning, cooling/misting, water treatment, commercial cleaning, oil & gas, and manufacturing. Cat Pumps also designs and builds custom pumping systems and offers a broad range of system accessories. Building on over 45 years of industrial experience and a global distribution network, Cat Pumps is the pump of choice for high-pressure applications.

Address

1681 94th Lane NE
Minneapolis, MN 55449
United States
Phone: 763-780-5440
Fax: 763-780-2958

Product Categories

Pumping Systems; Pumps, Centrifugal; Pumps, High-Pressure; Pumps, Plunger; Pumps

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