Nearly a century ago, Coffin Turbo Pump pioneered the design, development and application of a high-speed, turbine-driven centrifugal pump. The Coffin Pump quickly became the industry standard for locomotive, marine and industrial boiler feed service.
As the world's leading manufacturer of marine boiler feed pumps, Coffin partners with the largest shipyards, ship operators, plant operators and oil companies in the world. Today, you'll also find our pumps at work in many industrial settings.
Coffin Turbo Pumps are manufactured by expert machinists, thoroughly inspected for quality, and tested at operational parameters. Each pump and machined component is guaranteed to meet your most exacting industry requirements.
Savings in Variable Speed
All Coffin Turbo Pumps run at variable speed, matching output pressure and flow to process requirements. This results in energy savings, improved process control and greater system reliability.
As a proud member of the American Boiler Manufacturer’s Association (ABMA), Coffin Turbo Pump Inc. is excited to be an exhibitor at the upcoming ABMA Boiler Technology Conference & Expo in Dallas, Texas. From April 11 to April 13 we will be at the Hyatt Regency Dallas, Booth 206 exhibiting our products and hopefully meeting … Continue Reading
Work is underway at CTPI to furnish up to 33 boiler feed pumps for the US Navy LHD-1 Wasp Class! CTPI was awarded a $15 million contract by the US Navy for up to 33 Model DEN turbine-driven main feed pumps for the LHD-1 Wasp class. The Wasp-class make up the largest amphibious assault ships … Continue Reading
CTPI is is proud to announce our ISO standard certification renewal to the newly revised standard, ISO 9001:2015! ISO 9001 is the world’s most widely recognized quality management standard and helps organizations to meet the expectations and needs of their customers. As part of the ISO certification process, CTPI engaged in a rigorous audit of … Continue Reading
Boiler feed pumps are one of the most critical auxiliary machines supporting a thermal power plant or steam intensive process. Any unplanned downtime of a BFP can interrupt boiler function or completely stop power generation and cause an unexpected plant outage. In some cases, a BFP failure can even lead to a low-water casualty of … Continue Reading