Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment

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Published Jan 1, 1997 | 190 Pages | Pub ID: SB289

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This Specialists in Business Information market profile is a guide to the strategies being implemented by leading producers to offset the adverse effects of an intensely competitive pricing situation in this $5-billion industry. SBI has compiled and analyzed data on U.S. factory shipments, imports, end-use markets, exports, industry cost structure, and the competitive environment to uncover the pertinent statistics and information needed for action-oriented decision makers. Information on new products, distribution channels, foreign market actions, acquisitions, and capital programs have been evaluated for 41 worldwide industrial pump manufacturers. Market sales data are provided for centrifugal, rotary, turbine, reciprocating, diaphragm, oilfield, water systems, and specialty pumps.

Section 1: U.S. industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Market Sales
Executive Summary

  • Table 1-1 Value of U.S. Market Sales of Complete Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment and Parts and Attachments Sold Separately, 1989-2001 (Dollars)
  • Table 1-2 Value of U.S. Market Sales of Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment by Major Industry Sector, 1989-2001 (Dollars): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Domestic Water Systems Oil Well and Oilfield, and Other Pumps
  • Table 1-3 U.S. Quantity Market Sales of Complete Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment, 1989-2001 (Number)
  • Table 1-4 U.S. Quantity Market Sales of Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment by Major Industry Sector, 1989-2001 (Number): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Domestic Water System, Oil Well and Oilfield, and Other Pumps
  • Table 1-5 U.S. Average Value Per Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Sold, 1989-2001 (Dollars): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Domestic Water System, Oil Well and Oilfield, and Other Pumps
  • Table 1-6 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment, 1985-2001 (index)
  • Scope and Methodology

Section 2: U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Shipments
Summary of Major Findings

  • Table 2-1 Value of U.S. Shipments of Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment, 1977-2001 (Dollars)
  • Table 2-2 U.S. Quantity Shipments of Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment, 1977-2001
  • Table 2-3 Value of U.S. Shipments of Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment by Major Industry Sector, 1977-2001 (Dollars): industrial Pumps, Domestic Water Systems, Domestic Sump Pumps, Oil Well and Oilfield Pumps, Other Pumps, and Parts and Attachments
  • Table 2-4 U.S. Quantity Shipments of Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment by Major Industry Sector, 1977-2001 (Number): industrial Pumps, Domestic Water Systems, Domestic Sump Pumps, Oil Well and Oilfield Pumps, and Other Pumps
  • Table 2-5 U.S. Average Value Per industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Shipped, 1977-2001 (Dollars): Industrial Pumps, Domestic Water Systems, Domestic Sump Pumps, Oil Well and Oilfield Pumps, and Other Pumps
  • Table 2-6 Value of U.S. Industrial Pump Shipments by Major Type, 1977-2001 (Dollars): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Other Pumps, and Drivers Sold Separately
  • Table 2-7 U.S. Quantity Industrial Pump Shipments by Major Type, 1977-2001 (Number): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Other Pumps, and Drivers Sold Separately
  • Table 2-8 Average Value Per U.S. Industrial Pump Shipped by Major Type, 1977-2001 (Number): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, and Other Pumps
  • Table 2-9 Value of U.S. Centrifugal Pump Shipments by Type, 1977-1996 (Dollars): Submersible; Single-Stage, Single Suction; Single-Stage, Double Suction; Multi-Stage, Propeller and Mixed Flow; and Other Types
  • Table 2-10 U.S. Quantity Centrifugal Pump Shipments by Type, 1977-1996 (Number): Submersible; Single-Stage, Single Suction; Single-Stage, Double Suction; Multi- Stage, Propeller and Mixed Flow; and Other Types
  • Table 2-11 U.S. Shipments of Submersible Centrifugal Pumps by Type and Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1987-1995 (Number and Dollars): Effluent Pumps by HP, Solids Handling Pumps by HP, Nonclog Pumps by Discharge Outlet Size, and Grinder Pumps by HP
  • Table 2-12 U.S. Shipments of Single and Two-Stage, Close- Coupled Centrifugal Pumps by Type and by Discharge Outlet Size, and Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1995 (Number and Dollars): Single and End Suction and Single Suction in-Line; 2" Discharge and Under and Over 2" Discharge
  • Table 2-13 U.S. Shipments of Single-Stage, Single Suction Frame or Foot Mounted Centrifugal Pumps by Type and by Discharge Outlet Size, and Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1995 (Number and Dollars): Metallic and Nonmetallic, 2" Discharge and Under and Over 2" Discharge, and Whether Built to Standard
  • Table 2-14 U.S. Shipments of Single-Stage, Double Suction Centrifugal Pumps by Type and by Discharge Outlet Size, and Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1995 (Number and Dollars): Axially Split and Radially Split; 4" Discharge and Under, Discharge More Than 4", Up to 8", and Over 8" Discharge
  • Table 2-15 U.S. Shipments of Multi-Stage, Sealless, Sewage, and Propeller and Mixed Flow Centrifugal Pumps by Type, 1995 (Number and Dollars): Radially Split Case and Axially Split Case, and Magnetic Drive and Canned Motor
  • Table 2-16 Value of U.S. Rotary Pump Shipments by Designed Pressure, 1977-1996 (Dollars): 100 PSI and Under, 101 to 250 PSI, 251 to 500 PSI, and Over 500 PSI
  • Table 2-17 U.S. Quantity Rotary Pump Shipments by Designed Pressure, 1977-1996 (Number): 100 PSI and Under, 101 to 250 PSI, 251 to 500 PSI, and Over 500 PSI
  • Table 2-18 U.S. Rotary Pump Shipments by Designed Pressure, Designed Capacity, and Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1987-1995 (Number and Dollars): 10 GPM and Under, 11 to 99 GPM, 100 to 299 GPM, and 300 GPM and Over; 100 PSI and Under, 101 to 250 PSI, and Over 250 PSI
  • Table 2-19 Value of U.S. Turbine Pump Shipments by Type, 1977-1995 (Dollars): Submersible; Nonsubmersible Up to 8", Over 8" to 16", and Over 16" Diameter Bowl Size
  • Table 2-20 U.S. Quantity Turbine Pump Shipments by Type, 1977-1995 (Number): Submersible; Nonsubmersible Up to 8", Over 8" to 16", and Over 16" Diameter Bowl Size
  • Table 2-21 U.S. Average Value Per Turbine Pump Shipped by Type, 1977-1995 (Dollars): Submersible; Nonsubmersible Up to 8", Over 8" to 16", and Over 16" Diameter Bowl Size
  • Table 2-22 U.S. Shipments of Turbine Pumps by Detail Type, 1995 (Number and Dollars): Submersible by Bowl Size, Pump and Bowl Assemblies, and Can and Pot Type
  • Table 2-23 Value of U.S. Reciprocating Pump Shipments by Type, 1989-1995 (Number and Dollars): Direct-Acting Steam- Driven, Electric Motor Driven, and Engine Driven
  • Table 2-24 U.S. Quantity Reciprocating Pump Shipments and Average Value Per Unit Shipped by Type, 1989-1995 (Number and Dollars): Direct-Acting Steam-Driven, Electric Motor Driven, and Engine Driven
  • Table 2-25 Value of U.S. Domestic Water System Shipments by Major Type, 1977-1996 (Dollars): Submersible, Nonsubmersible, and Hand and Windmill
  • Table 2-26 U.S. Quantity Domestic Water System Shipments by Major Type, 1977-1996 (Number): Submersible,
  • Table 2-27 Average Value Per U.S. Domestic Water System Shipped by Major Type, 1977-1996 (Dollars): Submersible, Nonsubmersible, and Hand and Windmill
  • Table 2-28 U.S. Submersible Water Pump System Shipments by Horsepower Capacity Rating, 1991-1995 (Number and Dollars): Up to 1 HP, Over 1 HP to 3 HP, and Over 3 HP to 5 HP
  • Table 2-29 Value of U.S. Domestic Sump Pump Shipments by Type, 1977-1996 (Dollars): Pedestal and Submersible
  • Table 2-30 U.S. Quantity Domestic Sump Pump Shipments by Type and Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1977-1996 (Number): Pedestal and Submersible
  • Table 2-31 Value of U.S. Oil Well and Oilfield Pump Shipments by Type, 1977-1996 (Dollars): Subsurface Pumps, Mud Pumps, and Other Pumps
  • Table 2-32 U.S. Quantity Oil Well and Oilfield Pump Shipments by Type and Average Value Per Unit Shipped, 1977-1996 (Dollars): Subsurface Pumps, Mud Pumps, and Other Pumps
  • Table 2-33 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Pumps and Pumping Equipment by Detail Pump Type, 1992-1996 (index)

Section 3: U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Imports
Summary of Major Findings

  • Table 3-1 U.S. Imports of Complete Pumps and Pumping Equipment, 1989-1996 (Number and Dollars): Total Imports, Growth Analysis, Value Per Unit Imported, and Imports Percent Market Sales
  • Table 3-2 Value of U.S. Imports of Complete Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment by Major Type, 1989-1996 (Dollars): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Domestic Water System, Oil Well and Oilfield, and Other Pumps
  • Table 3-3 U.S. Quantity Imports of Complete Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment by Major Type, 1989-1996 (Number): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Domestic Water System, Oil Well and Oilfield, and Other Pumps
  • Table 3-4 Imports' Share of Dollar and Quantity Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Market Sales, 1989-1996 (Percent): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Domestic Water System, Oil Well and Oilfield Pumps, and Other Pumps
  • Table 3-5 U.S. Average Value Per Complete Industrial Pump Imported by Major Type, 1989-1996 (Dollars): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Domestic Water System, Oil Well and Oilfield, and Other Pumps
  • Table 3-6 U.S. Imports of Centrifugal Pumps by Type and Average Value Per Unit Imported, 1989-1996 (Number and Value): Submersible, Close-Coupled, Frame Mounted, Double Suction, Multi-Stage, Stock Pumps, and Other Types
  • Table 3-7 U.S. Imports of Complete Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment for the Top Sixteen Countries of origin, 1990-1996 (Dollars)
  • Table 3-8 U.S. Imports of Centrifugal Pumps for the Top Twelve Countries of origin, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 3-9 U.S. Imports of Rotary Pumps for the Top Eight Countries of origin, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 3-10 U.S. Imports of Reciprocating Pumps for the Top Five Countries of origin, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 3-11 U.S. Imports of Diaphragm Pumps for the Top Six Countries of origin, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 3-12 U.S. Imports of Hand Pumps for the Top Eight Countries of origin, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 3-13 U.S. Imports of Turbine Pumps, Oil Well and Oilfield Pumps, and Domestic Water Systems by Major Country of origin, 1990-1996 (Dollars)
  • Table 3-14 U.S. Imports of Parts and Attachments for Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment and Share of U.S. Market Sales, 1989-1996 (Dollars)
  • Table 3-15 U.S. Imports of Parts and Attachments for Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment for the Seventeen Top Countries of Origin, 1990-1996 (Dollars)

Section 4: End-Use Markets and Factors Affecting Domestic Demand
Summary of Major Findings

  • Table 4-1 U.S. Pump and Compressor Purchases for Component input, Capital Program, Government Consumption, and Export, 1977-2001 (Dollars)
  • Table 4-2 U.S. Pump and Compressor Purchases for Component Input for Sixteen End-Use Markets, 1977-1996 (Dollars)
  • Table 4-3 U.S. Business Capital Expenditures by Sector of the Economy, 1993-1996 (Dollars): Total Expenditures, Mining and Construction, Durable and Nondurable Goods, Manufacturing, Transportation, Communications, Utilities, Trade, and Services
  • Table 4-4 U.S. Production Trends for Major End-Use Markets, 1992-1996 (index): Total Industrial Production, Chemicals and Products, Oil and Gas Extraction, Petroleum Products, Iron and Steel, Nonelectric Machinery, Transportation Equipment, and Utilities
  • Table 4-5 Real U.S. Spending on Construction Put in Place by Market and Building Type, 1992-1996 (Dollars): Residential, Nonresidential, Public Buildings, Public Utilities, Public Facilities, and Total Construction
  • Table 4-6 World and U.S. Crude Oil Production, 1977-1996 (Barrels)
  • Table 4-7 U.S. Oil and Gas Wells Drilled, 1977-1996 (Number): Total, Exploratory, Development; Oil, Gas, and Dry
  • Table 4-8 World and U.S. Natural Gas Production, 1977-1996 (BTU)
  • Table 4-9 U.S. Energy Price Trends, 1977-1996 (Dollars): Crude Oil Price and Natural Gas Price
  • Table 4-10 U.S. Business and Government Spending on Water Pollution Abatement, 1983-1994 (Dollars): Plant and Equipment, Residential Systems, Public Sewer Systems, Other, and Total Spending

Section 5: U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Exports and the Canadian Trade Situation
Summary of Major Findings

  • Table 5-1 U.S. Exports of Complete Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment, 1977-1996 (Number and Dollars): Total Exports, Growth Analysis, Value Per Unit Exported, and Exports Percent Shipments
  • Table 5-2 Value of U.S. Exports of Complete Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment by Major Type 1977-1996 (Dollars): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Domestic Water System, Oil Well and Oilfield, and Other Pumps
  • Table 5-3 Exports' Share of U.S. Dollar Shipments by Major Complete Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Type 1977-1996 (Percent): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Domestic Water System, Oil Well and Oilfield, and Other Pumps
  • Table 5-4 U.S. Quantity Exports of Complete Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment by Major Type 1977-1996 (Number): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Domestic Water System, Oil Well and Oilfield, and Other Pumps
  • Table 5-5 Exports' Share of U.S. Quantity Shipments by Major Complete Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment Type 1977-1996 (Percent): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Domestic Water System, Oil Well and Oilfield, and Other Pumps
  • Table 5-6 U.S. Average Value Per Complete Industrial Pump Exported by Major Type 1977-1996 (Dollars): Centrifugal, Rotary, Turbine, Reciprocating, Diaphragm, Domestic Water System, Oil Well and Oilfield, and Other Pumps
  • Table 5-7 U.S. Exports of Centrifugal Pumps by Type and Average Value Per Unit Exported, 1989-1996 (Number and Dollars): Submersible, Single-Stage, Single Suction, by Type; Single-Stage Double Suction, Multi-Stage, Stock Pumps, and Other
  • Table 5-8 Value of U.S. Exports of Complete Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment for the Top Twenty-Five Countries of Destination, 1990-1996 (Dollars)
  • Table 5-9 U.S. Exports of Centrifugal Pumps for the Top Twelve Countries of Destination, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 5-10 U.S. Exports of Rotary Pumps for the Top Twelve Countries of Destination, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 5-11 U.S. Exports of Turbine Pumps for the Top Six Countries of Destination, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 5-12 U.S. Exports of Reciprocating Pumps for the Top Twelve Countries of Destination, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 5-13 U.S. Exports of Diaphragm Pumps for the Top Ten Countries of Destination, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 5-14 U.S. Exports of Domestic Water Systems for the Top Six Countries of Destination, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 5-15 U.S. Exports of Oil Well and Oilfield Pumps for the Top Ten Countries of Destination, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 5-16 U.S. Exports of Parts and Attachments for Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment and Share of U.S. Shipments, 1989-1996 (Dollars)
  • Table 5-17 U.S. Exports of Parts and Attachments for Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment for the Top Twenty Countries of Destination, 1990-1996 (Dollars)
  • Table 5-18 Canadian Imports of Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment by Product Type, 1991-1995 (Number and Canadian Dollars): Hand, Reciprocating, Rotary, Centrifugal, Other Pumps, and Parts
  • Table 5-19 Canadian Imports of Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment by Product Type by Major Country of origin, 1991-1995 (Number and Canadian Dollars): Hand, Reciprocating, Rotary, Centrifugal, Other Pumps, and Parts
  • Table 5-20 Canadian Exports of Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment by Product Type and by Major Country of Destination, 1991-1995 (Number and Canadian Dollars): Hand, Reciprocating, Rotary, Centrifugal, Other Pumps, and Parts

Section 6: Cost Structure and Profitability of U.S. Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment Plants
Summary of Major Findings

  • Table 6-1 U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Plant Operating Ratios and Profit Margins, 1977-1996 (Percent): Payroll, Other Labor Costs, Material Costs, and Gross Profit Margins
  • Table 6-2 Materials Purchased by Kind by U.S. Industrial Pumps and Pumping Equipment Plants, 1987-1996 (Dollars)
  • Table 6-3 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Major Material inputs, 1992-1996 (index): Foundry and forge Shop Products, Steel Mill Products, Fluid Power Products, Electric Motors, and Engines
  • Table 6-4 U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Plant Labor Situation, 1977-1996 (Number, Percent, and Dollars): Number of Employees, Percent Production Workers, Average Hourly Wages, and Average Weekly Hours
  • Table 6-5 U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Plant Labor Productivity indicator, 1977-1996 (Dollars): Shipments Per Employee in Current and Real Dollars
  • Table 6-6 U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Plant Capital Expenditures, 1977-1994 (Dollars): New Capital Expenditures, Five-Year Moving Average, Percent Value Added, and Percent Expenditures for New Plant and Additions and New Machinery and Equipment
  • Table 6-7 Operating Ratios for U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Plants by Facility Product Specialization, 1992 (Number, Dollars, and Percent): Industrial Pumps, Domestic Water Systems, Other Pumps, and Parts and Attachments
  • Table 6-8 Number of U.S. Pumps and Pumping Equipment Plants by State and by Number of Employees, 1987-1994 (Number)
  • Table 6-9 Shipments, Operating Ratios, Wage Rates, and Capital Expenditures of Industrial Pumping and Pumping Equipment Plants by Select State, 1992 (Dollars and Percent)

Section 7: the U.S. Competitive Environment
Summary of Major Findings

  • Table 7-1 Number of U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Companies, Plants, and Plant Revenues, 1977-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 7-2 Share of U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Plant Shipments by the Top 4, 8, 20, and 50 Largest Companies, 1987-1996 (Percent)
  • Table 7-3 Distribution of U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Plants, Plant Shipments, and Plant Operating Ratios by Number of Employees, 1987-1994 (Number, Dollars, and Percent)
  • Table 7-4 U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Manufacturers by Detail Pump Type, 1987-1995 (Number)
  • Table 7-5 Sales for Twenty-Seven Top U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Manufacturers, 1995 (Dollars)
  • Table 7-6 Sales Trends for Nineteen Worldwide Industrial Pump Manufacturers, 1993-1996 (Dollars)
  • Table 7-7 Profit Margins for Sixteen Worldwide Industrial Pump Manufacturers, 1993-1996 (Percent)
  • Table 7-8 Capital Expenditures for Thirteen Worldwide Industrial Pump Manufacturers, 1993-1996 (Dollars)
  • Table 7-9 Operating Ratios for Four U.S. Industrial Pump and Pumping Equipment Manufacturers, 1993-1996 (Percent)
  • Table 7-10 Global Sales and Profit Margins for BW/IP and Gould Pumps by World Area, 1993-1995 (Dollars and Percent): U.S., Europe, and Other
  • Table 7-11 Financial Trends for Gould Pumps' Industrial Products and Water Technologies Segments, 1993-1996 (Dollars and Percent): Sales, Profit Margins, Capital Expenditures, and Export Sales

Section 8: Company Profiles and Recent Developments
Summary of Major Findings
New Product introductions
Strengthening Distribution Channels
Foreign Market Penetration
Acquisition Activity
Plant Capital Expenditures
Methodology, Sources, and Objectives
Ampco-Pittsburgh Corp.
Baker Hughes, inc.
BW/IP, Inc.
Camco International, inc.
Carbo Ab
Crane Co.
David Brown Group Plc
Dresser Industries, Inc.
Duriron Co., Inc.
Ebara Corp.
Energy Venture, Inc.
Environment one Corp.
Essef Corp.
Flow International Corp.
Gardner Denver Machinery, Inc.
General Signal Corp.
Gorman-Rupp Co.
Gould Pumps, Inc.
Graco, Inc.
GSW, inc.
Idex Corp.
IMO Industries, Inc.
Ingersoll-Rand Co.
ITT Industries, Inc.
KSB Ag
Met-Pro Corp.
Osmonics, Inc.
Paccar, Inc.
PCC Flow Technologies, Inc.
Pentair, Inc.
Powell Duffryn Plc.
Ramco Energy Plc.
The Rival Co.
Robbins & Meyers, Inc.
Roper industries, Inc.
Sundstrand Corp.
Tecumseh Products Co.
Torishima Pump Manufacturing. Co. Ltd.
Tsurumi Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
Weir Group Plc.
Wicor, Inc.

Appendix 1: Product Definitions