Manufacturers’ Representatives to Industries in Texas

Process Pumps


Hayward Gordon’s jacketed pump control the temperature to effectively transfer molten sulfur.

  • Vertical line shaft
  • Cantilever
  • Horizontal
  • Impellers: ANSI, recessed


Nikkiso’s triplex reciprocating plunger pumps provide high discharge pressure and flow.  Hi-Power pumps are used for a variety of chemical and refining processes.

  • Flows to 500 gpm
  • Pressures to 7,000 psi


The hose is the heart of the EMP pump. The hose restitution after the squeeze produces an almost full vacuum that draws sucks the product into the hose (up to 30 ft), so viscous liquids can be drawn into the pump. Since the product only comes in contact with the hose, the pump works well with both corrosive and abrasive materials.

  • Easy to maintain
  • Slow turning
  • Flows to 400 gpm
  • Differential pressure to 230 psi

Solids Handling Centrifugals


Hayward Gordon’s centrifugal screw up is used both as a solids handling pump and as a process pump. Its gentle suction and pumping action makes it ideal for process applications where solids are fragile, or if minimum emulsification is required. For that reason, it’s a good pump in front of oil/water separation.

  • Flows to 12,000 gpm
  • Heads to 250 feet
  • Temperatures to 330 F
  • 6” diameter maximum solids


Hayward Gordon’s Torus pump is often used as a grit pump due to its beefy design and recessed impeller.  It can pump large solids, delicate crystals, fibers, and stringy material because its impeller has minimal contact with the pumped fluid.

  • Flows to 4,000 gpm
  • Heads to 200 feet
  • Temperatures to 300 F
  • 8” diameter maximum solids


Hayward Gordon’s ChopX Series pumps feature an impeller that shcops solids as they pass through the suction. Ideal for applications where strainers are impractical, where it is desired to push the solids downstream for removal.

  • Flows to 6,200 gpm
  • Heads to 130 feet
  • Temperatures to 300 F