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High Pressure Pumps & Accessories for Oil & Gas Industries



Cat Pumps products are relied upon in the oil and gas industry for dependability, availability, product support and innovative pumping solutions. The oil and gas industry needs to utilize high-pressure pumps in some of the toughest conditions on earth including:

  • Environmental conditions of extreme cold or extreme heat
  • Extreme temperature of fluids being pumped
  • Corrosive and aggressive fluids

Cat Pumps has teamed up with professionals in the oil and gas industry for extensive research and development to ensure we offer the best solution and are committed to continuous innovation. Our pumps operate at above 85% efficiency, require minimal maintenance and are designed to run in continuous-duty applications.

Let Cat Pumps’ commitment to quality work for you. We offer over 1000 pump models with a flow range from 0.13 - 240 GPM and a pressure range from 100 - 10,000 PSI. Our product offering includes brass, nickel aluminum bronze, 316 stainless steel and duplex stainless steel, and can be custom-engineered to be utilized in a variety of applications. Engineering changes include elastomers for chemical compatibility, modifications for high temperature applications up to 240 degrees Fahrenheit, mounting configuration for space requirements and pump modifications for high-inlet pressures. Our application specialists, customer service representatives and professional distributors are readily available to assist with your high-pressure oil and gas application.

Click on any application below to learn more. When it needs to run, make it Cat Pumps.

High-pressure liquids are used in a variety of the different processes used to fabricate biodiesel fuels.

Seal Gland Flushing on centrifugal slurry pumps keeps the slurry being pumped from entering the gland seal area.

Secondary recovery re-establishes sufficient reservoir pressure, allowing the retrieval of unrecovered oil.

Blowout preventers (BOP) are used on drilling rigs to help prevent the unplanned release of underground pressure in a wellhead, relying on a hydraulic system to “pinch” or collapse the pipe.

Triethylene Glycol (TEG) Dehydration units remove water vapor from natural gas streams.

Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) is an oil recovery enhancement method to continue production after primary and secondary efforts are done.

LACT units allow for the unattended transfer of oil from producer to pipeline owner.

Oil transfer pumps are required for surface transfer pumping.