Fifty years ago, Chempump designed, developed and introduced the world's first sealless and leakproof Canned Motor Pumps.
After originally designing Canned Motor Pumps in consultation with the US Nuclear Navy suppliers, Chempump brought the technology to the General Industrial, Chemical Process and Nuclear Power industries for use in pumping applications where leakage could not be tolerated.
Today, Chempump remains the industry leader in North America and, as part of the global Teikoku group, offers users a wide range of sealless pump solutions and technical support for a variety of applications from OEM to difficult process requirements.
Manufacturing and service capabilities are located in Warminster, PA and Belmont, WV. Application engineering, field service, start-up assistance and Engineering support are available for all Chempump products. That's why "specify Chempump" has become an industry standard for sealless pumps.
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Teikoku is the world's largest supplier of canned motor pumps with over 400,000 units installed worldwide, covering every application, with the widest range of hydraulic coverage and designs available.
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Teikoku is unique in that the company designs and manufactures both pumps and motors, insuring total quality control to meet exacting customer requirements for safety, performance and maximizing uptime.
Teikoku Canned Motor Pumps are specified often to replace troublesome and costly conventionally sealed pumps providing safer, more efficient operation. This is especially advantageous when pumping hazardous or hard to handle materials.
Teikoku Canned Motor pump users never have to worry about bearing conditions because every pump is supplied with an electronic bearing wear monitor that indicates actual, real-time bearing condition with on-board display and options for remote indication. Outputs enable regular scheduling of routine maintenance eliminating costly downtime.