Pompe Garbarino, an Italian company founded in 1932, is a leading manufacturer of centrifugal and positive displacement navy pumps, and pumps for the shipbuilding industry.
The company has two factories in Acqui Terme, a sales branch in Milan and a worldwide network of agents.
Pompe Garbarino focuses on the constant improvement of its products supported by an excellent service to customers in terms of technical consultancy and after sales service ensuring the availability of engineers on-site. Spares delivery and product replacement can be guaranteed in very short time thanks to the huge capacity of the warehouse, one of the best strength's points of the company.
Naval pump applications
Pompe Garbarino's centrifugal and positive displacement pumps' naval applications include seawater main cooling systems, ballast and bilge services, firefighting and general services, water circulation, A/C chilled water circulation, boiler feed, lube oil or fuel oil transfer applications, and waste oil transfer.
They can be located on aircraft carriers, submarines, frigates, corvettes, mine-hunters, destroyers, patrol boats and oceanographic vessels.
Pompe Garbarino's range of centrifugal pumps includes:
- Pumps according to EN 733 standards (MU)
- Vertical in-line (MU-L) and vertical in-line double suction (MU-LDS) pumps
- Vertically suspended line-shaft pumps (VS)
- Recessed impeller torque flow pumps (MCA)
- Multistage high-pressure pumps (G/GH)
- Side channel pumps (BT)
- Portable diesel engine fire pumps (MU-MPF)
- Firefighting split casing naval pumps (MMI)
- Main engine lubrication pumps (VL)
- Self-priming pumps with open impeller (AD)
Positive displacement pumps
Gear (IN), hollow oscillating disk (P) and piston (SWL) pumps are also produced by Pompe Garbarino.
Customised shipbuilding pumps
Pompe Garbarino's flexibility allows it to develop naval and shipbuilding pumps according to its clients' needs and high-quality standards.
A selection of material, such as cast iron, nickel-aluminium bronze (Ni-Al-Bz), stainless steel, duplex, superduplex, hastelloy, monel or any other alloy or super alloy. It is available to be used, depending on the customer's specifications and the particular duties the product is required to perform.
A qualified pump supplier
Since 1983, Pompe Garbarino operations have applied and maintained the quality assurance standards set by NATO AQAP and UNI EN 29000 directives.
The operations adopted by Pompe Garbarino, and the suitability thereof, have been certified by the Italian Naval Ministry of Defence.
Presently, Pompe Garbarino is granted with the certifications NATO AQAP 2110, ISO9001: 2008 and ISO14001: 2004.
Pumps meet the requirements of following standards:
- MIL STD 167-1 (mechanical vibrations)
- MIL STD 740-1 (airborne sound)
- MIL STD 740-2 (structure borne vibrations)
- MIL S 901-D (shock test)
- Non-magnetic pump executions
A successful naval-pump supplier
Pompe Garbarino, official supplier of the Italian Navy since 1950, also supplies the following foreign navies:
- French Navy
- Spanish Navy
- Finnish Navy
- Royal Norwegian Navy
- Royal Netherlands Navy
- Belgium Navy
- Hellenic Navy
- Polish Navy
- Russian Navy
- Iraqi Navy
- UAE. Navy
- Royal Navy of Oman
- Republic of China Navy
- Royal Thai Navy
- Royal Malaysian Navy
- Singapore Navy
- Indonesian Navy
- Algerian Navy
- Royal Moroccan Navy
- Libyan Navy
- Nigerian Navy
- South African Navy
- Venezuelan Navy
- Ecuadorian Navy
- Peruvian Navy
- Brazilian Navy
And the following naval shipyards:
- Fincantieri - Italy
- Intermarine - Italy
- Navantia - Spain
- DCNS - France
- STX France - France
- Umoe Mandal Shipyard - Norway
- Schelde Naval Shipbuilding - Holland
- Damen Shipyard - Holland
- Elefsis Shipyards - Greece
- Remontowa Shipbuilding - Poland
- Boustead Naval Shipyard - Malaysia
- Hyundai Heavy Industries - Korea
- ST Marine - Singapore
- Arsenal de Marinha do Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
About Pompe Garbarino
In the last years, the company got important orders for the Spanish Navy (four submarines built at Navantia Shipyard), the Norwegian Navy (five mine-hunters built at Umoe Mandal Shipyard), the Italian Navy (an aircraft carrier and eight frigates built at Fincantieri), the Iraqi Navy (four patrol boats built at Fincantieri), the Finnish Navy (three mine-hunters built at Intermarine), the Polish Navy (a minehunter built at Remontowa Shipbuilding), the Moroccan Navy (three frigates built at Schelde Naval Shipbuilding), the UAE Navy (a corvette and two patrol vessels built at Fincantieri), the Royal Netherlands Navy (a joint support ship built at Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding), the French Navy (a OPV corvette built at DCNS), the Russian Navy (two landing helicopter dock built at STX France), the Royal Oman Navy (four offshore patrol vessels built at ST Marine), the Algerian Navy (a purpose rescue vessel built at Fincantieri and a minehunter built at Intermarine), the Belgium Navy (two patrol vessels built at Socarenam), the Indonesian Navy (two frigates built at Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding ), the Singapore Navy (eight littoral mission vessels built at ST Marine) and, very recently, the Royal Malaysian Navy (six littoral combat ships built at Boustead Naval Shipyard).