Pumps • Hydrostatic Test Pumps

Type of positive displacement hydraulic pump in which the displacement cannot be adjusted.

Type of positive displacement hydraulic pump in which the displacement cannot be adjusted.

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  • Maxpro South

    Maxpro South's test carts and test benches are designed for hydrostatic testing, hydraulic power, cycle testing, burst testing and leak testing, with maximum available air pressures of 25, 50, 100, 120, and 145 psi. The carts and benches feature required pressure from 5000 psi to 60000 psi and are used for  water, oil, air, and gas applications.

  • Equipment Group, Inc.

    Equipment Group Inc. distributes PDQ hydrostatic test pumps used in the petrochemical, pipe welding, and testing industries. The one or two stage pumps feature maximum pressures of 1000 psi, 2000 psi, 3000 psi, 3600 psi, or 9700 psi; and pressure ratios of 10 to 1, 36 to 1, or 97 to 1.


    Featuring a triplex, positive displacement reciprocating pump design, Cat Pumps' hydrostatic pressure pumps are used for determining leakage to assure a safe environment and to pressure test sewer lines, gas lines, steam lines, boilers, and hoses.The pumps are available up 10,000 psi.

  • Petersen Products Co.

    Petersen Products Inc. manufactures hydrostatic test pumps including one pump series that features an output pressure range up to 10,000 psi or 25,000 psi, and is designed for hydro testing heat exchanger tubes, pipes, and pressure vessels. The company's other pump series is designed for pressure testing water lines and sewer force mains, and available with a 11HP engine and 35 GPM/290 psi.

  • Hydratron

    Hydratron's line of hydrostatic test pumps includes hand operated pumps, air operated pumps, electric driven pumps, and gasoline driven pumps. The hand operated pumps are available as single or dual pumps and are designed primarily for the pressure testing market. The air operated pumps are single or double acting and used for pressure testing, chemical injection and hydraulic power. The electric driven pumps are designed for testing fire sprinkler systems, small diameter pipes, and complete installations, while the gasoline driven pumps feature output flow of 11 GPM and maximum output pressure of 550 psi.

  • Grainger Industrial Supply

    Grainger Industrial Supply distributes Wheeler-Rex- brand hydrostatic test pumps including triple diaphragm, positive displacement; twin piston, positive displacement; and triplex plunger, positive displacement types.

  • Regal Tool & Supply, LLC

    regal Tool & Supply supplies hydrostatic test pumps made by Rice Hydro for various applications. The types offered include pneumatic, electric, piston, plunger & explosion proof hydrostatic test pumps. Pumps range from 300 psi all the way up to 20,000 psi.

  • Rice Hydro, Inc.

    Rice Hydro Inc. manufactures five series of hydrostatic test pumps including diaphragm, piston and roller, electric, pneumatic, and TR. The diaphragm test pumps feature flow rates up to 56 GPM and pressures ranging to 600 psi. The pumps are designed to test large diameter water lines up to 96". The piston and roller pumps test small diameter water lines up to 16" in diameter while the electric pumps are used for testing sprinkler systems, pressure vessels, irrigation lines and small dia. water lines. The pneumatic driven pumps are used for testing in confined spaces and feature a pressure range of 300 to 10,000 psi.

  • Hurco Technologies

    Hurco Technologies' hydrostatic test pumps can handle up to 10 percent chlorine solution, and are used for new or repaired water mains and sewer force mains. The company's twin diaphragm pumps deliver up to 580 psi and up to 9.8 GPM. The four diaphragm pumps deliver up to 700 psi and up to 27.6 GPM.

  • Wheeler Industries

    Hand operated hydrostatic test pumps manufactured by Wheeler Rex are used primarily for testing residential water lines, but also used for pressure testing small pressure tanks, sprinklers, boilers and solar systems. They feature operating pressures of 300 psi or 1000 psi. The company also produces another series of hydrostatic test pumps used for use in heating, compressed air, refrigeration systems, oil installations, and sprinkler systems.

  • Hydro-Pac

    Li'l Critter high pressure pumps distributed by Hydro-Pac feature pressures from 15,000 psi to 100,000 psi and 3 HP or 5 HP. The pumps are suited for hydrostatic pressure testing, bolt tensioning, burst testing, cold isostatic pressing, high pressure injection, pressure sterilization of food products and calibration of pressure transducers.

  • General Pump & Equipment Co., Inc.

    General Pump & Equipment Inc. manufactures electric, gasoline, and air powered hydrostatic testing equipment. The electric pumps feature maximum operating pressures from 250 psi to 1000 psi, with 1/2HP to 1.5 HP engines. The gasoline powered pumps are for water main and large systems, and feature pressures up to 3500 psi. Designed for use with water, the air powered pumps can also operate with fluids compatible with Buna-N materials such as glycols and oils.

  • Harwood Engineering Co., Inc.

    Harwood Engineering Co. designs power generators for hydrostatic testing. The mobile, manually operated generators feature a 110V, 60Hz, single phase power source, and charging fluid pressure of 10,000 psi. The generators also feature maximum pressure of 20,000 psi.

  • Reed Manufacturing Co.

    Reed Manufacturing Co. Inc. produces electric hydrostatic test pumps that feature maximum capacity of 500 psi, 34 bar, and 2 gallons per minute. Available as 110V and 220V models, the pumps are designed and used for water systems pressure testing, including water meters, plumbing lines, pressure vessels, solar systems and sprinkler systems.

  • EST Group, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Compan

    Portable hydrostatic test pumps supplied by EST Group are diaphragm style pumps used for testing heat exchanger tubes, pipes, and pressure vessels. Pump specifications include maximum psi of 2300 or 7800, outlet pressure of 158 or 535 bar, and open flow rate of 1.43 or .39 GPM.

  • ToolFetch

    Toolfetch distributes hydrostatic test pumps and hand operated test pumps manufactured by Rice Hydro, Rothenberger, and Wheeler Rex. The pumps are designed for testing sprinkler systems, pressure vessels, small diameter water lines, irrigation lines, and plant process piping.

  • Richard Dudgeon, Inc.

    Hand-operated hydrostatic test pumps designed and manufactured by Richard Dudgeon Inc. are rated from 1000 to 12000 psig. The pumps are used for testing piping, boilers, tanks, fire extinguishers, pressure tanks, and laboratory equipment.

  • McFarland-Tritan, LLC

    McFarland-Tritan LLC-brand hydrostatic test pumps are designed for high pressure testing and high pressure chemical injection pump applications. The pumps are available with plunger sizes up to 3 1/2 inches and feature operating pressure from 270 psi to 30,765. The company also produces two-stage hydrostatic test pumps that provides automatic changeover from high volume, low pressure to high pressure, low volume. These two-stage pumps feature a temperature limit of -20 to 140F, and operating pressure up to 16,507.

  • Cherne Industries

    Aqua-Loc hydrostatic test pumps distributed by Cherne Industries are designed for pressure testing water lines and sewer force mains. Available as piston or diaphragm style, the pumps feature a 5.5 HP engine, up to 550 psi, and a 16 gallon capacity polyethylene tank. The pumps can handle up to 10 percent chlorine solutions.

  • Barbee Engineered Testing Systems

    Barbee Engineered Testing Systems produces a line of portable hydrostatic test pumps that includes base plate mounted, air-driven hydrostatic pumps; tubular frame, air-driven hydrostatic pumps; and mobile, air-driven hydrostatic test power units. The various test pumps primarily feature pressure ranges up to 10,000 psi or 30,000 psi. Most of the pumps are piston, high-low, or hand types.