We Repair ALL Brands of Pumps and Rotating Equipment

ITT PRO Services


  • Between our Port Coquitlam, BC shop and the ITT Pro Services Repair Centre in Edmonton, AB we repair ALL brands of pumps and rotating equipment: pumps, fluid drivers, steam turbines, casting services, blowers, vacuum pumps, gear drives, fans, rotating equipment of all description.  No need to source different product specialists depending on the equipment needing repair.
  • One call, one face, one invoice


  • PRO Services comes to your location, providing complete on-the-road repair services.  Expert technicians, factory trained and certified with the tools and instrumentation to do the job right, the first time.


  • Equipment Repair / Overhaul; Component Repair; Exchange Programs: Casing Repairs; Machining; Balancing; Re-rating; Re-bowling; Stainless Cladding; Field Service; Casting Components / CAD Drawings; Field Engineering.


  • Inventory Management
  • Replacement / Exchange
  • Turn-key Repair Installation
  • Training


  • Predictive Analysis / Condition Monitoring
  • Root Cause Failure Analysis
  • Pump and System Assessment
  • Engineered Upgrades
  • Maintenance Management / Contract Maintenance

Quality – ISO and Safety Certified – Fast Turnaround – Experienced Service Personnel – Technical Expertise – Emergency Service 24 hours a day / 7 days a week


Sandpiper Heavy Duty Solids Handling Air-Operated Diaphragm Pump


HD20F – 2″ Non-Metallic Sandpiper Heavy Duty Solids Handling Air-Operated Diaphragm Pump


Robust, yet lightweight. Ideal for handling solids and corrosive fluids.  The 2″ Sandpiper Heavy Duty Solids Handling Air-Operated Diaphragm Pump has been designed to solve the most common problems in mine dewatering, sump, and chemical transfer applications.

Some of the major features that set this pump apart from the competitors are:



Gravity assist is ideal for pumping liquids with settling solids



Externally Serviceable Air Distribution System.  No need to fully dismantle pump to access the air valve



At 53lbs. (24kg) it can be safely and easily transported around your site



Leak-free design

Performance and Specifications

2” NPT (Internal) or 2” ANSI
0 to 150 gpm (567 lpm)
No-lube, no-stall design
Up to 1.8″ (46 mm)
100 psi or 231 ft. of water (7 bar or 70 meters)
.50 gallons (1.9 liters)
100 psi (7 bar)

Click here to download the full brochure

New Size for Pump Models SRL and VRS

The SRL and VRS are excellent slurry pumps with many great features including:

  • Heavy duty bearing frame and shaft
  • Wet end interchangeability between horizontal (SRL) and vertical (VRS) orientations for ease of maintenance and reduced inventory
  • Large diameter impellers for lower operating speeds




With sizes from a 2×2-10 to 6×6-15 the SRL and VRS cover most applications. However, there has been a increased number of applications at lower flows where the 2×2-10 is either too large or required to run at a reduced flow, which reduces life.

Due to this we are pleased to announce the launch of a new size:



SRL 1.5×1.5-8 & VRS 1.5×1.5-8

The 1.5×1.5-8 does differ from the current model pumps as it does not have replaceable liners. Due to the small size, the liners are integral with the casing. The casing halves are rubber coated, which allows for fewer parts and lower capital costs.

The 1.5” pump has a Best Efficiency Point (BEP) approximately 30% lower than the 2×2-10 allowing for the optimal selection.




CAC in the Fire Pump System business!


Fire Pump System designed and installed by CAC Industrial Equipment


CAC Industrial Equipment is the first place to call for Fire Pump Systems. Our experts will design the system that fits your needs.

As part of your fire sprinker system, a fire pump intake is either connected to the public underground water supply piping, or a static water source (e.g., tank, reservoir, lake). The pump provides water flow at a higher pressure to the sprinkler system risers and hose standpipes. Fire pumps are tested and listed for use specifically for fire service by a third-party testing and listing agency, such as UL or FM Global; in North America the main code that governs fire pump installations is the National Fire Protection Association’s NFPA 20 Standard for the Installation of Stationary Fire Pumps for Fire Protection.


Fire pump system upgraded and installed by CAC Industrial within a hospital


CAC Industrial Equipment understands the critical functioning of your fire pump system. We design pump package systems that fit your unique needs and space requirements. For the protection of life and property, Xylem’s A-C Fire Pumps meet every fire protection need, ensuring compliance with NFPA, UL and FM requirements.

The 9100 series Fire Pump is designed to provide water to stand pipe, sprinkler, chemical mitigation and hydrant systems for fire suppression in industrial and commercial facilities.

The Vertical In-Line pump is designed for commercial, industrial and institutional applications with a compact self-contained design that ensures easy installation and a wide range of sizes for multi-purpose use. The system is designed for easy maintenance and CAC Industrial Equipment will handle all servicing required. This is an ideal pump for retrofit applications, especially where space is a concern.


Upgraded Fire Pump system along with rebuilt Jockey pumps.


Any UL, FM or NFPA Fire Pump can be designed and serviced by CAC Industrial Equipment. Call us to discuss your needs.


New Sub-Bases available for the ITT Gould’s XHD Slurry Pump

As most of us are aware, the upfront purchase price of a pump is only about 10% of the life-cycle cost. Installation is typically around 15%, or more, of the life-cycle cost. As slurry pumps do not1 adhere to a dimensional specification (such as ANSI B73.1 that allows our ANSI pumps to dimensionally interchange with any manufacturer’s ANSI pumps), slurry pumps often require significant foundation and piping re-work to change from one manufacturer’s pump to another’s. This re-work cost for slurry pumps is often a major impediment to getting a customer to switch from the existing manufacturer.

This issue was one of the key items revealed during extensive “Voice-of-Customer” research done during the XHD’s development. To minimize this factor, a compact pedestal became one of the great features designed into the XHD. Its purpose is to allow easy retrofit of the XHD to an existing slurry pump installation, whether it’s ours or a competitor’s.

The compact pedestal allows for use of an adapter base so that the suction piping centerline can be matched and no foundation or bedplate re-work is required. This greatly reduces the time and cost to retrofit an XHD into an existing installation. By using the adapter base, the XHD pump’s footprint matches the previous pump’s footprint exactly. No foundation work is necessary – only piping.


In order to assist sales we have developed adapter bases for our models SRL-C and 5500, along with adapter bases for the most popular size/frame combinations of Weir’s model AH (Warman) pump.

We have now developed dimensional drawings that can be provided in order to show all the key dimensions for retrofit of these models to the XHD.

Retrofit adaptability is one more great feature of our next generation slurry pump that surpasses the competition.  The XHD is also now available fitted with the ITT Gould’s i-ALERT® as standard and i-ALERT®2 as an option

For further information, please contact the CAC Industrial Equipment Ltd. sales team.

ITT Pro Services launches the new i-ALERT®2 Equipment Health Monitor

What it Does:

  • Tracks vibration, temperature & run-time hours 24/7/365
  • Checks every five minutes & alarms if equipment is outside normal operating conditions
  • Stores data once per hour & on alarm for 30 days. Stores the weekly average, minimum & maximum up to 5 years.
  • Diagnose machine faults with vibration tools
  • Rated for any industrial environment. IP67 water & dust resistant. Intrinsically Safe with a 3 year battery life (use dependent).
  • Sync data via Bluetooth Smart enabled smartphones and tablets.

How It Works

  1. ACTIVATE – The i-ALERT®s are light activated by removing the sticker. i-ALERT® begins wirelessly broadcasting once activated.
  2. AUTO CONFIGURATION – i-ALERT® 2 averages the vibration over 25 hours of run-time and sets the alarm levels to 2 x average (0.2ips minimum). Temperature alarm default to 80°C (176°F)


  1. MANUAL CONFIGURATION – User manually sets the alarm thresholds via the i-ALERT® mobile application.
  2. MONITOR – i-ALERT® checks every 5 minutes. If two consecutive readings are above alarm threshold the i-ALERT® will go into alarm.Now available as a factory option on ITT Gould’s pumps.Can also be purchased as a spare part and installed on existing ITT Gould’s pumps or any type of rotating equipment operating above 600RPM


    Product videos available at: http://www.ittproservices.com/aftermarket-products/monitoring/i-alert2-condition-monitor

    Product Brochure can be downloaded here: i-ALERT2_brochure

Application Guide can be downloaded here: i-ALERT2-Application-Guide







Grindex Mega Mine Dewatering Pump

Mega H (575V) pump kept in stock at CAC warehouse in Port Coquitlam, BC

The Mega 140HP pump is ideal for operation in deep excavations where very high head pumping is needed, such as in open pit mines and underground mines. These pumps are currently in operation in a number of sites around B.C. Other typical applications include quarries and tunnel projects. The delivery head of over 700ft. (Mega H) minimizes the need for multiple coupled drainage pumps.

Pump Types:

Mega N (Normal Head) –             Flows up to 2300GPM, Heads up to 350ft. 6” discharge

Mega H (High Head) –                    Flows up to 900GPM, Heads up to 750ft. 4” discharge

Available in 460V or 575V


Zinc Anodes –                                     Available for salt water applications

Pump Raft –                                        Factory built solution for use in open pits, no need to fabricate support system or a pump barge


Case Story – Pumping hard-wearing mine media in extreme conditions calls for a mega solution

When the Sepon mine was having continuous problems with their submersible pumps, it was left to Grindex to prove to them that submersibles could do the job in hand. They just needed Grindex mega pumps, Grindex pontoons, and a flexible operating solution. Sepon Copper Mine is located in the Vilabouly district, in the remote southeast Savannakhet province of Laos. The mine has an annual production of around 80,000 tons of Grade A copper cathode. The copper is mined in a series of open pits using conventional drill and blast load and haul methods.

A continuous submersible problem

Sepon has a fleet of diesel-driven, self-priming centrifugal pumps to handle dewatering. Over the years they have also used submersible pumps to complement the fleet, but with little success.

According to Joe Srichumphon from Grindex’s Thailand distributor, Nopporn Express, “Sepon approached us looking for a submersible pump solution. They wanted reliable submersible pumps with high flow capabilities. The pumps also had to be tough enough to handle the low pH mine media, and be easy to move around. Sepon had tried a variety of submersible pumps in the past but had encountered regular breakdowns. They had also found them cumbersome and difficult to handle, particularly with their large heavy steel pontoons. It became clear to me that Grindex pumps were the obvious answer to their problem.”

Extreme conditions require extreme pumps

In order to provide the optimal solution, a team of engineers from Grindex and Nopporn Express visited the Sepon mine. The teams initial fears were quickly confirmed when they saw the site requirements. “ There were a number of aspects that we had to overcome, beyond providing high power pumps that could handle hard-wearing mining media,” continues Srichumphon. “Water needed to be pumped at heads of 40 to 70 metres and access to mains power was fairly limited, which could obviously cause problems. Also, the region is subject to severe weather conditions that can change rapidly, so we needed to design a solution that was easy to relocate as and when required.”

Mega pumps to the rescue

As a result of the site inspection, two Grindex cast iron Mega N pumps were supplied to the mine, along with Grindex flotation pontoons. The pumps were fitted with stainless steel wet ends and had epoxy coating to combat the low pH of the mining media. To provide the flexibility to pump in areas with no mains, soft start control panels that could be used in conjunction with generators, and over 100 metres of cable, were also provided. This also made it much simpler to move the pumps when necessary.

Trouble free submersible pumps

Since the pumps went into operation at the Sepon Copper Mine, the views on submersible pumping have changed. According to Mark Hanna, the site de-watering and water management manager, “The performance of the pumps has exceeded our expectations. The compact pump and pontoon combination has been great. I could never have imagined they would have been so small, it makes the pumps very easy to move and deploy. The pumps have been operating trouble-free since installation and the support from the supplier with commissioning and regular follow-up has been first class.”