Our Story

Camac Industries was founded in 1947 by two engineers who wanted to provide individualized, personal service and custom-made pumps and heat exchangers to people servicing the anodizing industry. Incorporated in 1962, Camac has expanded to build and support quality products for the metal finishing, chemical, water and waste treatment, printed circuit and related industries, all with the same dedication to custom solutions to our clients' needs.

We are a family-owned and operated corporation that continues this tradition of service and quality.  Our manufacturing facility is located in Sparta, New Jersey, and all of our products are made with pride in the U.S.A.


Camac manufactures a complete line of plastic, stainless steel and rubber lined horizontal and vertical pumps. Our pumps are centrifugal in design and constructed of rugged CPVC, PVDF, Polypropylene, 316 stainless steel and rubber-lined steel.  Most models are available in both horizontal and vertical configurations.  Mechanical seals are standard, with silicon carbide faces and double mechanical water flushed seals available for extreme duty applications.  Hostile-environment, energy-efficient motors are standard on most models, and extended column plastic pumps are also available. 

We manufacture a line of cartridge, bag, tube and sleeve and disc-type filters systems, as well as plate and frame heat exchangers and packaged refrigeration systems with specialized pump skids.  Our filter units cover a wide range of requirements up to 14,000 GPH utilizing a variety of media (disc, bag and cartridge) and carbon treatment types.  Models are available with vertical pumps, horizontal mechanical seal pumps and magnetic drive pumps.  Plastic or rubber-lined steel construction is standard, and slurry systems and backwashing capabilities are among a wide variety of options available to meet your needs.   

Camac is here to work for you and with you.  Phone Camac or email us at camacind@yahoo.com. We look forward to earning the privilege of your business.