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PumpWorks Remanufacturing provides you total flexibility in executing your API pump project.   Your custom remanufactured solution can provide reduced lead time, reduced overall project cost, custom hydraulics, repurposing of equipment that you already own, or all of the above.    PumpWorks Remanufacturing is a custom shop providing custom solutions.


Is “remanufactured” just a fancy word for a used pump?   The short answer is no.  The primary difference between a pump remanufactured by PumpWorks and a brand new pump from an OEM is that we start with existing castings.   The intent is to utilize the cast components (casing, impellers, and bearing housings), but often the only component utilized from the pump is the casing.  Everything else is newly machined, purchased, or cast in-house at PumpWorks Castings.  Every cast component utilized from the pump is thoroughly inspected and machined back to OEM tolerances or better, and our completed pumps are tested and warrantied just like any new API pump.  For more information on the remanufacturing process click here.

What custom solutions do we offer?

Fast Delivery
  • API End Suction Pumps packaged in 8-10 weeks
  • API Multistage Pumps packaged in 14-16 weeks
  • Faster custom deliveries for your specific project may also be available
Back End Pullout Upgrades to API 610 12th Edition
  • OH2 – Makes the pump compliant with API 610, 12th
  • OH4 to OH3 (Adding a Bearing Bracket) – Makes the pump compliant with API 610, 12th
  • Between Bearing Pumps (BB1 and BB3) – Bearing Housing upgrades to eliminate the need for product cooling and replace with internal fan cooling.
Replacement of an existing critical pump
Do you have a pump that is starting to vibrate and lose efficiency, but cannot be taken offline because production must continue and the pump does not have an installed spare? PumpWorks may have a custom solution.   In this situation, we may have a duplicate pump that can be remanufactured from our inventory.  Once complete there is minimum downtime while the pumps are exchanged.  Your pump can then be remanufactured as a warehouse spare or added to PumpWorks’ inventory for credit.  This may also be a great time to perform a hydraulic rerate to dial your pump into the exact performance your process now requires.
Repurposing of your existing decommissioned equipment
You have a new project upcoming and several decommissioned/surplus pumps. Perhaps PumpWorks can remanufacture and rerate your existing pumps for the new project.   If the pumps cannot be rerated to fit the new project, PumpWorks may be interested in purchasing them for our inventory.   In this scenario, a credit equal to the surplus-value of your pumps may be applied towards the purchase of a remanufactured pump from our inventory.
Installing a newly remanufactured pump on your foundation
PumpWorks will custom engineer the skid footprint and nozzle heights of a newly remanufactured pump to fit your current foundations and piping centerline heights. Truly a custom solution.
Reduced downtime rerates
Does the project require changing one or several pumps at a station or at multiple stations on a line? PumpWorks may have an identical pump in inventory that can be remanufactured and rerated to match the new requirement.   This pump can be exchanged for one of the existing pumps which could then be overhauled and rerated.  This process can then be repeated down the line.  At the end of the process, there will be an extra pump that can be rerated as warehouse spare or can be returned to PumpWorks inventory for credit.  This will help eliminate downtime during project execution.
Spare parts solutions
Do you have an obsolete pump with no spares? PumpWorks can overhaul that pump and collect all the critical data to produce a full set of spares, drawings, and parts.   Your pump can be returned to service on an expedited turnaround and PumpWorks can then manufacture anything you need including a complete spare rotating element.
Problem Solving
Everyone has a bad actor. That pump that does not perform to the curve, runs hot, vibrates, or continues to fail prematurely.   Is it the pump? The operational parameters? The installation?   Let PumpWorks test that pump with our motor on our fully automated and instrumented test stand as an unbiased third party.   We can help you identify the source of the problem.   If the problem is the pump, we can propose a repair, upgrade, or rerate while the pump is in our facility.   If the problem is the installation, our field service team can provide a variety of solutions including field machining of your existing skid.