New Year! New!

All the falling confetti, party hats, and noise makers (why do people still use those, seriously?) can only mean one thing: goodbye 2018. We laughed, we cried, but now 2019 is around the corner.

To say the past year was exciting at would be an understatement. Our website got a facelift and we ramped up our motors section (or should I should revved up? No? Too corny?). You know what they say, new year, new you.

But some things never change. You can still come to expect the same reliable customer service in 2019 and the wide range of dependable products we offer. If you find yourself looking for a pump, part or accessory during this next year, look no further than for all your pump and motor needs.’s fearless leader, Inspector Pumphead, will be sipping on champagne and listening to the hit song “In the Air Tonight” by Phil Collins on New Year’s Eve. He will, of course, start the song at 11:56 so the drum break will play exactly as the clock strikes midnight (the Inspector prefers to start the New Year off right). Then it’s back to work on January 1st. There are pumps to inspect and orders to ship out.

For some, the New Year brings a time of reflection and happiness. For others, it’s once again time to start working on that list of resolutions. You know, that list you’ve had for the last couple years and keep telling yourself this is the year I’m going to start that diet and get that six-pack. Not that I would know anything about that.

Of course, our list of resolutions at includes assisting customers even further and increasing our knowledge on products so our application engineers can answer your questions, no matter what your inquiry may be!

Happy new year -

To close off 2018, here’s a quick list of facts about the big ball drop in Times Square that you can impress your friends with at your New Year’s Eve party:

11,875 pounds: What the current version of the ball weighs

50,000 watts: The amount of electricity it takes to light up and power the ball

1,000,000,000. The number of people around the world who watch the ball drop

141 feet: The distance the ball falls in 60 seconds

22%: The amount of Americans who are asleep before the ball drop

1907: The ball has dropped every year since

All of us at hope you had a great 2018 and have an even better 2019!

Pump Products application engineers are standing by to help you find the right pump, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.