Interested in the history and evolution of Gorman Rupp’s industrial wastewater pumps?

Featured within the museum are Gorman-Rupp Pumps’ innovative contributions to North Central Ohio’s industrial technology. The museum is the new home to many of the region’s oldest industrial artifacts, with some items dating back to the early 1900s.

If you’re interested in manufacturing, you will find hundreds of products made in north-central Ohio — including appliances, tires, pumps, Klondike bars, cigars and pieces made for streetcars.  The museum and was responsible for saving many local industrial artifacts over the years.

The Gorman-Rupp Company is one of the largest pump manufacturers in the United States, producing more than 4,000 models of pumps. Over the company’s several decades of operation and through both organic and acquisitive growth, the product line has expanded to include an increasingly diverse array of pumps and related equipment including water and sewerage products, construction products, fire protection systems, a variety of industrial applications, original equipment manufacturers, government agencies such as the U.S. military, and petroleum applications.

These rugged dependable and quality wastewater pumps have been produced since 1933 and are available to Australian Industry from Hydro Innovations.