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P.O Box 667

Douglassville,  Pennsylvania 19518



1636 State Route 28, Building B

Loveland, Ohio 45140

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The Hybrid Pumping Series is the pinnacle of high-volume, high-pressure water supply. Combining the Boost Pumping Series and Floating Source Pump into one module, the Hybrid Pumping System seamlessly integrates high-volume remote sourcing ability with high boost pressures. As a singular unit, it allows the replacement of multiple firetrucks and remote pumping systems at the water source to provide needed emergency water. Having a single compact unit improves set-up time and site logistics with fewer systems to oversee.


Diesel Engine




Boost Pump




Boost Pump Flow Rates

1,000 - 12,000 GPM 

@150 PSI Discharge


3,785 - 45,42 LPM 

@ 1,034 kPa Discharge

Manifolds and Piping

Passivated Stainless Steel

Discharge Vavles

4", 5" & 6" Storz Gate Valves, 2-1/2" Ball Valves

Hydraulic System

Parker-Hannifin Hydraulic Power Package

Submersible Pump

Ultra-Lightweight​, Structural Composite Body and Impeller End-Suction Pump with Integral Flotation and Lifting Points

Sub Pump Flow Rates

1,000 - 5,000 GPM​

3,785 - 18,930 LPM


Max Number of Sub Pumps

Per Module

3 (Up to 12000 GPM)

Sub Pump Connections

Standard 8" Storz

Hydraulic Hose Reel Length

Standard 100 Feet

(30 Meters) 

Max 150 Feet

(46 Meters)


Around-The-Pump Foam Proportioning, Wireless Control, Top-Mount Monitor, Custom Inlets/Outlets, Higher Discharge Pressure and more...

Trailer Options

8 Hour Fuel Capacity at Full Power, Anti-Slip Working Surfaces, Hitch Coupler (Ball, Pintle Hook ect.), Electric Brakes with Emergency Breakaway Protection (Hydraulic Brakes Also Available), Interior and Exterior Lighting, Wheel Chocks, LED Trailer Lighting per US Dot Regulations, On-Board Storage Available for Suction Hoses

Example Situations

When a draft pump system (such as a firetruck) encounters an open water source that is beyond its suction capability (10-15 feet), a Floating Source Pump is deployed. With its ultra-lightweight composite pump, head heights in excess of 100 feet can be achieved, providing high-volume water for emergency response needs.