CHEMICAL PROCESS AND HIGH-TEMPERATURE METALLIC CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS

Since 1869, Dean Pump has been an industry leader in the manufacture of high-performance metallic centrifugal pumps.

The Dean Pump brand is recognized worldwide for its high-quality chemical process and high temperature metallic centrifugal pumps. These pumps are manufactured in a variety of metals to handle a broad range of high temperature and chemical process applications.

Dean Pump joined the CECO family of brands in 2013 with the acquisition of Met-Pro and continues to provide the expertise and experience to new and established customers. Specializing in heat transfer pumps for liquids up to 850°F (455°C), Dean pumps are installed and in use around the world in petrochemical facilities, power plants, mining, pharmaceutical, and food processing industries.

Dean pumps have proven to be among the world’s finest pumps. Every Dean Pump, and all assembled units, are hydrostatically tested to the limits of the seal, flush loop, or other pressure limiting accessories. Dean centrifugal pumps incorporate features which make them the most efficient process pumps available. Ongoing research and development, in response to industry requirements, provide the highest possible efficiency while improving mechanical integrity.

All Dean pumps are manufactured in the United States and supported globally by our strong network of distributor and service partners. We also offer CE/ATEX Certified Dean Pumps for use in Europe.

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The Dean Pump brand is recognized worldwide for its high-quality chemical process and high temperature metallic centrifugal pumps. These pumps are manufactured in a variety of metals to handle a broad range of high temperature and chemical process applications.

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