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.
We are very excited to welcome Sales Engineer Conor O’Sullivan and Production Control Leader Eric Engler to the Coffin team! We are also proud to announce James Rossettini‘s transition into his new role of Project Engineer. Since 1925, our great people and pumps have taken the worry out of critical pump services. For the highest … Continue Reading
CTP employees will attend the SynGas 2017 conference which is held from April 24 26 in Tulsa, Oklahoma and hosted by the SynGas Association. The SynGas Association is an organization of ammonia, hydrogen, ammonium nitrate/nitric acid, urea & methanol producers along with the material and service suppliers that support these industries. The SynGas 2017 conference … Continue Reading
Coffin Turbo Pump, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. James Kinneary to the position of President of Coffin Turbo Pump, Inc. Ai??In this position Jim will be fully responsible for all aspects of Coffin and will replace Mr. Kevin Powers who has served as President of Coffin since 1996 and who is … Continue Reading
The Coffin Turbo Pump, Inc. (CTPI) boiler feed pump model DE has been successfully tested and approved in accordance with MIL-S-901D shock testing requirements. This test procedure is highlighted by a rigorous set of prescribed blows to the equipment with a 3,000 lb. test hammer while the unit is in operation. Ai?? The success of … Continue Reading