Carver Pump Company

Since we built our first pumps in 1938, Carver Pump has become recognized as one of the leading centrifugal pump companies, building pumps to the most demanding engineering specifications and military standards in the world. We were one of the first American pump companies to attain ISO 9001 certification – the most recognized standard for quality in the world. This certification is your assurance that our commitment to quality includes not only our hardware, but also superior customer service, leading-edge R&D, and continuous improvement in everything we do. So whether the job is refueling fighter jets on the deck of an aircraft carrier, supplying paint to an auto assembly line, or bringing water to the fountain in a city park, we put our reputation on the line everyday with every pump we build. Our pumps are backed by a comprehensive customer support network of factory direct, regional sales managers, stocking distributors, and certified service centers throughout the world.

Company details

2415 Park Avenue , Muscatine , Iowa 52761-5691 USA

Locations Served

Our Distributors

Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater - Pumps & Pumping
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

Your needs first

Whether you’re working with one of our distributors or directly with a team member, we take the time to fully understand your goals, ensuring that our product exactly fits your needs. It’s not about selling equipment – it’s about solving or eliminating problems before they develop.

Military Grade

For decades, our products have been successfully living up to the intense demands of the US Navy. This increased level of scrutiny has driven us to achieve exceptional durability and the highest level of precision.

Proud of our roots

Our company is headquartered in Muscatine, Iowa, where our pumps are engineered and manufactured. Our third-generation family ownership and commitment to American manufacturing give our customers, partners and employees confidence. We’re proud of the fact that we didn’t buy our market share – we earned it.