About us

Central Pump Company has been servicing the irrigation, industrial, domestic and municipalities for over 30 years. We install, repair and sell pumps and motors to irrigation, industrial, domestic and municipalities. We design pumps from complete system point of view to maximize efficiencies, reduce energy consumption and achieve maximum performance and life of the pump and motor. We have the latest technology and highly trained staff including a Certified Pump Installer to ensure your pump system is designed and installed properly. CPC is an environmentally conscious company. Properly designing and installing a pump system will result in reduced energy consumption and increase pump and motor longevity, resulting in reduced total ownership costs.

Life Cycle Management

life-cycle-cpcCPC will manage your assets throughout the complete life cycle to maximize up time and reduce total cost of ownership. The CPC Life cycle approach begins with the design phase. Design: Our approach is to ensure your pump system is designed to fit the application. We will construct the pump and system curves to determine the optimal operating point. From this information we can install the proper size pump, motor and control system to ensure the system operates as efficiently and reliably as possible. Install & Test: CPC’s highly trained staff will install the pump, motor and system controls. Pressures, flows and motor loading will be recorded to be sure the system is operating properly and utilized as a baseline. Monitor: Baseline data such as pressures, flow, vibration and motor data from the pump and motor are monitored throughout the life of the motor to determine the condition of the asset. When the condition exceeds normal parameters the asset is removed. Removal of the asset before catastrophic failure will reduce repair costs, eliminate unnecessary down time and save on energy costs. Remove: At some point all pumps, motors and controls will need to be replaced, CPC has the trained staff to remove the components, inspect and determine root cause of the problem. Inspect/Root Cause: Once the system is removed the components can be inspected and root cause of the failure can be determined. Adjustments to the design are made based on the root cause analysis and evaluating the design specs of the system.