Sulzer Pumps
Sulzer Pumps

Sulzer was founded in 1834 in Winterthur, Switzerland, and is active in over 160 locations worldwide.

Specializing in the manufacturing of industrial machinery and equipment, surfacing technology, and rotating equipment maintenance, the four divisions of Sulzer are global leaders in their respective markets.

Sulzer Pumps is one of the world’s leading pump manufacturers, recognized for excellent product quality, performance reliability and technical innovation. They provide a full line of pumps, equipment and related technologies to the Oil and Gas, Hydrocarbon Processing, Power Generation and Pulp and Paper industries.

Quality, Environment, Safety & Health
Health and safety is a top priority for Sulzer Pumps, in their own operations and their work with their customers. Their Quality, Environmental, and Health and Safety management is based on measurable targets that they achieve by implementing targeted improvement programs.

They document and evaluate safety performance indicators, including accident frequency and severity, at all sites on a monthly basis. Any accident is one too many. Across the company their long term goal is to reduce the number of occupational accidents and illnesses to zero.

Their concern for health and safety extends to the environment as well. Sulzer Pumps considers the total life cycle of its products to limit environmental impact and help lower costs. Sulzer Pumps’ total life cycle analysis includes the design, manufacturing, marketing, packaging, transportation, operation, recycling, and disposal of the products. They apply the same rigorous evaluation to the way they provide services. Sulzer focuses on identifying relevant influences on product life cycle efficiency, including energy consumption during production, material usage and costs, and continually take action to make improvements.

Using ISO 9000 as its basis, their globally implemented quality management system complies with national and international standards. Each of their subsidiaries operates in accordance with their global Quality Assurance (QA) standards through its local Quality Control department. Specialists from headquarters periodically carry out quality audits to ensure that all standards and procedures are met by their subsidiaries around the world.

Oil and Gas Industry
The oil and gas industry turns to Sulzer Pumps for innovative pumping solutions set apart by outstanding engineering. Highly engineered pumps are customized for individual applications as diverse as seawater injection, condensate extraction, fire fighting, seawater lift and oil export. Pumping solutions are provided for arduous platform environments and for transportation through intercontinental pipeline systems. Among the many innovations they have introduced is the twistlock barrel design. In response to new industry demands, they have become the world’s leading supplier of helioaxial multiphase pumps for both surface and subsea multiphase pumping.

Sulzer Firsts in the Oil and Gas Market
Proof of their leading role in supporting the production of oil and gas may be found in their impressive list of ‘firsts’. Time after time Sulzer Pumps has pioneered the introduction of new technologies or materials thus advancing the state of the art. Examples include;

  • 1975 Worlds 1st Water Injection Pump in Duplex, Hassi Messaoud – Algeria
  • 1977 Worlds 1st 40,000 Hour Impeller Guarantee, Saudi Aramco – 13 MW
  • 1981 Worlds Largest Onshore Water Injection Pumps, Sohio – Alaska 18.6 MW
  • 1984  Worlds Largest Offshore Water Injection Pumps, ZADCO – Abu Dhabi – 14 MW
  • 1986 Worlds Longest Pipeline Western, Canada – USA
  • 1987 Worlds First Product Lubricated Seawater Injection Pump, Amerada Hess
  • 1990 Worlds Largest LNG Pump, Botas – Turkey – 1.4 MW
  • 1992 Worlds Largest Vertical Water Injection Pumps, Statoil – Norway – 6.7 MW
  • 2000 Worlds Largest Multiphase Pumps, Total Dunbar – 4.5 MW
  • 2001 Worlds highest pressure injection pump, > 600 bar BP GoM USA
  • 2002 Worlds only pump maker with Gas Turbine driven pump string testing facility

Hydrocarbon Processing Industry
Sulzer Pumps is recognized for excellent product quality and performance reliability for many applications in the Hydrocarbon Processing Industry.
Their pumps are engineered in line with the latest standards issued by the American Petroleum Institute, ISO and ANSI in order to ensure reliable and safe production at your site.

Power Generation
Sulzer Pumps offers the power generation industry an extensive range of innovative products and services. Whatever the type of power plant – nuclear reactor, fossil-fired, geothermal, combined cycle, large and small industrial power plants – they deliver boiler feed, condensate extraction, boiler circulator, cooling water and auxiliary pumps, as well as specialized safety pumps for nuclear power plants. They continue to be a world leader in boiler feed pumps for supercritical power plants.

They have a successful track record of improving their customers’ profitability by setting new standards in efficiency and reliability. This applies to both new pumps and retrofits of Sulzer technology into older pumps — millions of people around the world are benefiting from a more reliable power supply.

General Industry
Sulzer Pumps is a proven leader in pump technology and committed to deliver innovative and value-added pumping and mixing solutions for the customers. They have long experience of developing pumps and mixers for production processes involving corrosive or abrasive media, or media containing solids and gases. Their customers in the sugar and starch, biofuels, metals and mining industries have enjoyed these advantages for decades. Sulzer Pumps is committed to supporting their customers’ competitiveness, profitability and sustainability with their advanced pumping and mixing solutions. They offer them a comprehensive product range comprising standard pumps, specialty pumps, mixers and agitators. With their global sales and customer support service presence, their customers will get the best out of pumping and mixing with minimized lifecycle costs and environmental impact.

Chemical Process Industry
Sulzer Pumps has a long experience of developing pumping solutions for processes involving different kinds of liquids. This works to the benefit of many customers in the chemical process industries. Sulzer Pumps has a proven record of design innovations creating reliable, safe and energy-efficient products. They have sold more than 130,000 AHLSTAR process pumps globally. Their offering covers a comprehensive product range comprising standard pumps, specialty pumps, mixers and agitators.

Sulzer Pumps’ single stage end suction pump range suits well to the different requirements of demanding chemical process industry customers. Sulzer Pumps’ ranges include ISO, ANSI and API610 standards. Their process pump ranges cover most of the centrifugal applications in CPI, but if something special is needed, like gas removal or wear resistant features, Sulzer can also cater for those. Known by its high-end pumps, Sulzer is also a world-class company in mixers and agitators. Remarkable share of the CPI agitator demand can be fulfilled by their vertical agitator ranges, and this is complemented by the horizontal ranges. In material selection, their different grades of stainless steels cover most of the applications in the chemical process industries.

Sulzer Pumps’ single stage end suction pump range suits well to the different requirements of demanding chemical process industry customers. Sulzer Pumps’ ranges include ISO, ANSI and API610 standards. Their process pump ranges cover most of the centrifugal applications in CPI, but if something special is needed, like gas removal or wear resistant features, Sulzer can also cater for those. Known by its high-end pumps, Sulzer is also a world-class company in mixers and agitators. Remarkable share of the CPI agitator demand can be fulfilled by their vertical agitator ranges, and this is complemented by the horizontal ranges. In material selection, their different grades of stainless steels cover most of the applications in the chemical process industries.

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