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Taco Hydroflo Pump Solutions Opens News Facility in Lubbock, TX

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New Taco Hydroflo Pump Solutions Facility Opens in Lubbock, TX

Taco Hydroflo Pump Solutions Opens News Facility in Lubbock, TX

By: Taco

Taco Hydroflo Pump Solutions has opened a new state-of-the-art facility in Lubbock, Texas. The site opened on February 21, and substantially expands the operations of the Taco Family of Companies. Taco is headquartered in Cranston, Rhode Island.

Hydroflo’s new location is now in the manufacturing and transportation hub of northwest Texas, 40 miles north of its prior location in Brownfield, Texas. With the new facility also comes the advantage of added space for future growth, additional capabilities and team expansion.

“The opening of this new Taco Hydroflo Pump Solutions facility signifies a renewed focus on ensuring that our customers have access to the most dependable high quality vertical and submersible pumps in the market,” noted Cheryl Merchant, President and CEO, Taco Family of Companies. “Our investment in the infrastructure, testing equipment and expanded workforce is just the beginning of the next phase of the Hydroflo story.”

Cheryl continued, “I would like to extend my thanks and gratitude to our new landlord, Randy Teinert, the City of Lubbock, and the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce. Family is at the core of everything we do at Taco, and I want to thank all of you for making us feel like family. Your warm welcome to this community has made all the difference.”

“I must also say that I am so very proud of the team we have built. This Hydroflo team along with the over 1,200 Taco team members are leading us into the future. A future of opportunity, a future of growth and a future of well-earned success,” concluded Cheryl.

According to Hydroflo’s Director of Sales, Clay Williams, the new 45,000 s.f. location in Lubbock, TX, substantially expands their manufacturing, warehouse and quality control operations. New manufacturing equipment was purchased for the facility, and a state-of-the-art test pit will now expand their testing capabilities as well.

“The new test pit is much larger and deeper and greatly expands our range of testing,” explained Larry Jones, Hydroflo VP. “We now have the ability to test all current pump models, something we previously had to outsource.”

Hydroflo manufactures a wide range of submersible turbine, vertical axial-flow, vertical mixed-flow, and vertical turbine pumps for use in the agricultural, commercial, industrial, municipal, marine, mining, and power generation markets. The company uses high-quality ductile iron discharge heads and fabricated steel or 316 stainless steel L, F, and T style heads. Ductile Iron bowl castings with impellers in 201 stainless steel impellers are also used for greater strength. For applications that require resistance to corrosion, Hydroflo offers castings and impellers in 316 stainless steels in order to provide the best materials of construction to meet specific application needs.

Taco Hydroflo Pump Solutions is an integral part of the Taco Family of Companies, an expanding global network of industry-leading brands that strive to be the first source for durable, high-efficiency heating, cooling, plumbing and fluid-control solutions that help its customers save money, energy and resources while maximizing comfort and productivity.

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