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About EBARA Fluid Handling

EBARA Fluid Handling (EFH), the US sales and service subsidiary of EBARA Corporation, Japan, provides engineered pump, pump products and related services for the water, wastewater, commercial, municipal, energy and power industries offering reliable product knowledge, application expertise and responsive support including aftermarket replacement parts services.

With horsepower ranges up to 800 HP and capacities to 35,000 GPM, EFH’s cast iron submersible pumps meet a wide range of industrial, municipal, flood control, and residential water and wastewater applications. The cast iron line of pumps includes submersible sewage, submersible sump, semi-vortex, vortex, grinder, non-clog and dry pit models.

EFH offers a comprehensive line of corrosion resistant formed stainless steel pumps that include end suction centrifugal, multistage, and submersible sump, effluent and sewage pumps.

EBARA Fluid Handling maintains inventory that allows it to assemble, test, and ship 1/2 to 150 HP cast iron submersible pumps in 5 to 14 working days, and as well, offer a 24-hour Quick Ship program on most stainless steel pumps and parts. The Rock Hill facility includes a new 81,000 gallon computer-aided testing area capable of handling large-scale pump models both in wet and dry pit configurations up to 350 HP.

EBARA pump service and parts are available through an extensive service network throughout North America to assist customers in replacement of parts or complete pumps and motors.

Recognizing the continued strain on water and wastewater facilities and infrastructures with increased maintenance, energy and environmental demands and costs, EBARA Fluid Handling strives to deploy the best water, wastewater pumps, pump products, and technologies to meet these requirements.

 

EBARA Corporation, Japan

Founded in 1912, EBARA Corporation is recognized as a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of industrial machinery with a predominant focus on the production of pumps, pumping systems and compressors for a wide range of applications. EBARA Corporation now operates 104 subsidiaries and 15 affiliate companies in 17 countries under three principal business groups: Fluid Machinery and Systems, Environmental Engineering and Precision Machinery.

Through Environmental Engineering, EBARA provides a full range of services from engineering, project design and construction to operation and maintenance for solid waste treatment, water treatment, gasification, incineration and other facilities. The Precision Machinery business produces semiconductor manufacturing equipment and is developing its position in the chemical mechanical polishing systems, dry vacuum pumps and high-precision technologies.

The variety of pump types and sizes produced by the EBARA Fluid Machinery and Systems Group is tremendous, ranging from fractional horsepower recirculation pumps to vertical mixed flow pumps with horsepower’s into the thousands. EBARA’s engineering and manufacturing capabilities are best demonstrated by the Futtsu manufacturing plant. The plant is focused on the production of high pressure, large scale pumps and systems targeting specific applications in oil and gas, nuclear power, water and wastewater infrastructure industries. EBARA’s Fujisawa plant is one of the most technologically advanced manufacturing plants for the mass production of small size pumps; including the D-series of cast iron pumps.

Standard pump products are manufactured in Italy, Brazil, China, Taiwan and other global locations and then locally assembled and tested to specific customer specifications and requirements.

EBARA blends superior engineering expertise with state of the art production techniques to produce pumps of unsurpassed quality and long life. Ebara remains the largest single brand pump company in the world and strives to develop high quality, efficient products and key system components for addressing improvements and solutions in the fields of water supply, energy and environmental issues.