Peerless Pump Company was founded near Los Angeles, California. The first pumps manufactured by Peerless were designed to irrigate local orange groves. They later produced horizontal end suction pumps Models PB & PE from a Canton, Ohio facility.
The current Indianapolis Plant was purchased from the US Army. Peerless enters the horizontal split case market with the A, TU & TUT pumps.
Peerless begins production of its first Process Pump, Model CLE/CLO.
The F & C Standard Horizontal Water Pumps were released which obsoleted the Peerless Models PB & PE pump lines over the next couple of years.
Corporate head quarters are moved from California to New York City.
Peerless official obsoletes the CLE/CLO Process Pump line.
Peerless releases the first five sizes of the AE Split Case Pump which replace the A series pumps. Fifteen additional sizes were released later that year to complete the line offering.
Peerless purchases Power 揇?which is a replication of one of the worlds leading process pumps. Peerless release the Peerless 8196 ANSI Process Pump, 8175 Heavy Duty Slurry Pump and 8796 Self-Priming Pump.
Peerless purchases LaBour Pump Company in Elkhart, Indiana. LaBour is a producer of Chemical Process Pumps known for their high alloy expertise world wide. By the fall of that year all production of LaBour products are moved to the Selma, Alabama and engineering is relocated to Indianapolis. Also in this year the California operation is moved from Montebello, California to Indianapolis consolidating all of the Peerless Product in one facility
Peerless Pump release a new Buildings Trade Pump (model BT) which is a scaled down version of the successful AE pumps.
As we look forward to a new century of being one of the world leaders of Fire Pumps & Packages and Vertical Turbine Pumps, we can build on our 75 plus years of experience to meet any customer requirements. We are dedicated to servicing our customer and the market place through our network of Regional Sales Offices, Quick Response Centers (QRC) and Distributors.