Sterling Pumps

Sterling Pumps are an Australian based pump and motor original equipment manufacturer based in Pakenham, to the south east of Melbourne. As a complete solution provider, we offer a catalogue of standard products for common uses and the capability to design and manufacture pumps, motor and fluid systems to specific individual requirements.

We provide vertical turbine and horizontal split case pumps, submersible pumps and submersible motors, multistage pumps, open drain dewatering pumps for agricultural, rural, industrial, processing and mining duties, including certified firefighting pumps and fire protection systems which are installed around Australia and internationally in civil, industrial and emergency operations by some of the largest oil and gas operations in the world.

Sterling Pumps is a member of the global WPIL International Group, which is comprised of Aturia Group (Italy), Rutschi Pompes (France), Rutschi Fluid (Switzerland), WPIL India Ltd, Mathers Ltd (United Kingdom), APE Pumps (South Africa) and Sterling Pumps. The purpose of this global group is to share designs, patents and information with the aim of continuing as world leaders in design and manufacturing throughout our many industries and products.

For more information see; About Sterling

Recent News

Avoiding the four most common problems with submersible motors

July 6th, 2017|0 Comments

Submersible motor failures can cause problems both in terms of cost and time-management, but they are preventable. Here, we explore the four most common causes of critical failure in submersible motors and what you can [...]

The benefits of buying an Australian manufactured pump

July 5th, 2017|0 Comments

  In the era of globalisation, pump users are presented with numerous good and bad quality imports as well as locally manufactured products. Choosing an Australian manufactured pump has a number of practical benefits that [...]

Protecting assets with fire water pumps

February 13th, 2017|0 Comments

When it comes to purchasing fire water pumps, building and asset owners often prioritise cost and efficiency over reliability. However, this can cause pumps to fail, during exercises and when dealing with actual fires. From [...]

Top tips for increasing energy efficiency in irrigation pumps

February 3rd, 2017|0 Comments

Bore irrigation accounts for up to 75 per cent of all energy usage on farms. With increasing energy costs, irrigators are looking for ways to reduce the energy usage of pumps to improve productivity and [...]