pump repairs & parts

Cole Pump Technology  offers Chemical Pumps parts and sales, Wasteware Pumps and parts sales,, Peristaltic Pumpsand parts sales, and Centrifugal Pumps and parts sales... Cole Technology, Inc. is the largest independent electromechanical service and repair organization in north Georgia. We provide responsive electrical, electronic, and mechanical services for the unique needs of each of our customers.  Our experienced,  Personnel, electrical and mechanical technicians are ready to serve and help you avoid costly downtime by keeping your equipment up and running.  We are a service-oriented team that understands unscheduled downtime is a customer’s worst enemy.  We provide quality products and services to our customers at competitive prices.

The Cole Technology’s Field Service Department offers a wide variety of on-site electrical and mechanical services. For complete details and programs tailored to meet your specific needs, please contact our office to talk to a sales representative.

Cole offers Pump Repairs with variable speed control systems significantly reduce energy costs while increasing pump reliability and control...New Expanded API pump designs for hydrocarbon processing applications provide higher efficiencies …Larger, robust slurry pumps models offer longer service life in the most severe services…ISO process pumps provide flexibility and reliability with patented CYCLONE seal chamber or magnetically driven sealless models…service centers around the globe offer repair, engineered upgrades, reverse engineering, turbine pump rebowling, inventory management, and maintenance outsourcing…genuine replacement parts are delivered wherever you need them, when you need them; their fit, finish, and performance are guaranteed.

Chemical pumps are designed for applications requiring greater reliability and durability than conventional pumps.

Wastewater pumps are used in the collection of sewage, effluent, drainage and seepage water. 

Positive displacement pumps use a mechanical force such as gears, bladders, pistons, plungers or diaphragms to push liquid through and out of the pump. 

Peristaltic pumps use rotating rollers pressed against special flexible tubing to create a pressurized flow.

Centrifugal pumps consist of a set of rotating vanes, enclosed within a housing or casing, that are used to impart energy to a fluid through centrifugal force.


Featured Pumps

Dosing Pumps

Dosing pumps are low-volume fluid pumps with controllable discharge rates used to inject additives into the mixing or pumping system.

Gear Pumps

Gear pumps use intermeshing gears to pump various types of liquids. Typically, one gear is the driver and the other is free wheeling. The gears have very tight tolerances so that the fluid being pumped cannot pass through them. Common uses for gear pumps include high pressure, metering, and flow control applications.

Magnetic Drive Pumps

Magnetic drive pumps are sealless pumps that use a coaxial magnetic coupling to transmit torque to an impeller. A standard electric motor drives a set of permanent magnets that are mounted on a carrier or drive assembly.

Plastic Pumps

Plastic pumps are designed to move fluids that would corrode or damage other types of pumps. They provide broad chemical resistance and are less costly and lighter in weight than metal pumps.

Positive Displacement Pumps

Positive displacement pumps use a mechanical force such as gears, bladders, pistons, plungers or diaphragms to push liquid through and out of the pump.

Sanitary Pumps

Sanitary pumps are used to transport and meter solutions, slurries, and colloids of food and agricultural materials in operations such as food processing that require cleanliness. There are four basic types of sanitary pumps: centrifugal, positive displacement, jet, and airlift.