Met-Pro Global Pump Solutions
Met-Pro Global Pump Solutions, which combines the resources of the Company’s internationally recognized Dean Pump®, Fybroc® and Sethco® brands, is a leading niche-oriented global provider of solutions and products, offering a comprehensive line of high quality centrifugal pumps, that handles corrosive, abrasive or high temperature liquids. These pumps provide excellent performance for tough applications including pumping of acids, brines, caustics, bleaches, seawater, high temperature liquids and a wide variety of waste liquids for a broad range of applications including the chemical, petrochemical, metal finishing, wastewater treatment, desalination and aquarium/aquaculture markets.

Address

700 Emlen Way
Telford, PA 18969
United States
Phone: 215-723-8155
Fax: 215-723-2197

Product Categories

Pumps, Acid Handling; Pumps, Boiler Feed; Pumps, Centrifugal; Pumps, Turbine; Pumps

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