Flint & Walling Acquires Wolf Pumps

In a continuing effort to provide complete water solutions to their wholesale customers, Flint & Walling has announced the acquisition of Wolf Pumps, a family owned and operated submersible and turbine pump company.

Wolf Pumps is a manufacturer of submersible turbine pumps located in Abernathy, Texas. With over 50 years of manufacturing experience, Wolf currently produces 4”, 5”, 6”, 7”, and 8” pumps with capacities ranging from 35gpm to 1000gpm.  Pump models are available with glass-lined cast iron or ductile iron bowls. These pumps are known for their high efficiencies and rugged durability in demanding water applications.


The impellers for Wolf pumps are available in red brass or 304SS. Wolf also offers turbine models with a semi-open impeller design for water that contains high abrasive material, with a wide variety of shaft and bearing materials customized to specific pump applications. 


“The Wolf Pump acquisition enhances F&W’s position as a complete single line supplier of American-Made pumps for our wholesale customers. Wolf is a highly successful company manufacturing products that complement and strengthen our current offering. With our established engineering and sales expertise, we feel we can further expand and grow on Wolf’s current success, including incorporating a component build program both in Kendallville and with many of our key wholesale customers,” said F&W President, Scott Lechner.


F&W, a privately owned division of Zoeller Corporation, has been a leading manufacturer in the world-wide water industry since 1866. The company’s commitment to quality has tremendous recognition among the contractor trade.


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