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Castle Pumps have experienced and qualifed technical sales engineers on hand to deal with your queries with worldwide export experience. Their product selection will always be based on clients' requirements, choosing the most suitable items of equipment to fulfil the needs of clients, which represent the best value for money, without being tied to specific manufacturers. They endeavour to offer the most appropriate equipment at an attractive price and can supply pumps for almost any application.
Castle Pumps range covers most fluid handling application in industries such as chemical, petroleum, sewage, water, cosmetic, plastics, sugar refineries, power plants, marine and many more.
Castle Pumps regularly supply pumps such as centrifugal pumps (both vertically and horizontally mounted), submersible pumps, process pumps, hygienic process pumps, pumps to DIN standards, peristaltic pumps, drum pumps, barrel pumps, marine pumps for applications such as fuel oil transfer, boiler feed, bilge applications and general service requirements. Castle Pumps also supply pumps for OEM and new applications.
Castle Pumps can supply a large range of pumps from proven manufacturers such as Azcue, Flux, Lutz, Grundfos, Wilo, Lowara, Ebara, KSB, Itur, IMO to name a few.
Castle Pumps have a team of qualified Engineers to deal with your enquiry, that ranges from ex marine engineers to degree qualified staff. Castle Pumps endeavour to supply customers with the most appropriate pump for the application whether it be an economical pump for a short term solution or a pump required for years of trouble free service that would provide the lowest lifetime cost.
Castle Pumps has a large network of clients, located around the world, including many large multinational companies. Castle Pumps predominately deal with the marine industry where pumps and spares are required on a time critical basis to be supplied to destinations all over the world on an urgent basis and rely on Castle Pumps to consistently deliver.
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