Fueling Tugboats in the Panama Canal
Approximately 14,000 ships travel through the Panama Canal each year, including a significant number of tugboats.
Keeping the Deadliest Catch Alive
For the Alaskan king crab fishermen of the Bering Sea, among the most crucial pieces of equipment are the pumps that continuously cycle live seawater into the holding tanks to keep their catch alive, allowing the vessels to remain at sea for days or weeks on end.
LACT Systems in the Oil and Gas Production Region of Canada
The transfer of crude oil from producer to end user requires a pump that can provide sustained high pressure and hold up to the harsh, changing climate of Canada’s oil and gas production region.
Fueling Planes In Bogota, Columbia
To get planes on their way as quickly and safely as possible Latin America's largest international cargo airport needed a 100% reliable fueling system.
Alloy 20 in Sulfuric Acid Applications
When no one else could answer the call, Carver Pump showcased their engineering and design flexibility for a power plant in trouble.
Meeting the Stringent Environmental Qualification Requirements of MIL-STD-810G
When the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) needed to upgrade one of their current radar cooling pumps, they turned to the Navy pump experts for their new design.