Coolant Pumps

A coolant pump is a type of pump used to recirculate a coolant, generally a liquid, that is used to transfer heat away from an engine or other device that generates heat as a byproduct of producing energy. The motor and the pump are integrated into one for smaller size and lighter weight.

Coolant pumps are used in anything with an internal combustion engine such as cars, trucks, airplanes and machinery.

For replacing a coolant pump, you’ll need the following off your old pump’s label – the model number, the output code, the frequency, the rated current and the delivery quantity.

We have a variety of coolant pumps available in different designs and types. Suitable for different applications and are in single phase and three phase models. Contact us for more information.