Hydro Rocky Mountain’s 27,500 Sq. Ft. service center in Denver, Colorado serves the Power Generation, Refining, Oil & Gas Production, Pipeline, Industrial Manufacturing, Municipal, Steel, Mining, Petrochemical markets, and other industries with innovative and customized solutions.

Hydro Rocky Mountain has an impeccable track record for rebuilding pumps from most major manufacturers. Our solution-based focus enables us to offer unbiased engineering analysis in each repair situation.



Hydro Rocky Mountain’s services include:

To best serve our customers, Hydro Rocky Mountain services an expansive range of pumps for a variety of applications.



Hydro Rocky Mountain is a dedicated pump repair facility with state-of-the-art equipment, which includes:


  • 7 Manual Horizontal Lathes
  • Up to 60” Diameter x 185” Long
  • 1 CNC Turning Center
  • 2 Vertical Turret Lathes
  • Up to 78” swing x 66” Under Rail

Milling/Drilling Machines

  • 1 Manual Mill w/ 12”x58” Table
  • 1 CNC Mill
  • 1 Radial Arm Drill
  • 1 Horizontal Boring Mill w/ 48”x52” Table

Dynamic Balancing

  • Schenck CAB-820 5,000lb Balance Machine

Additional Equipment

  • Welding – Mig, Tig, SMAW
  • Davis Key Seater
  • 75 Ton Hydraulic Press
  • Hydraulic Torque Wrench
  • Automatic Horizontal Saw
  • Vertical Band Saw
  • Parts Oven
  • Media Blast Cabinet


Shop Tours

Take a tour of Hydro Rocky Mountain, Hydro’s Denver-based repair facility. Hydro Rocky Mountain serves the central United States and the Mountain States, servicing equipment for the oil and gas, power generation, manufacturing, and mining industries.

We Get it Right – the First Time.

Hydro Rocky Mountain's Recent Events

This summer, Hydro Rocky Mountain held a customer appreciation open house where they were treated to training, case studies, a shop tour, souvenirs, and a barbecue lunch. Training on pump design was led by Mike Mancini, one of the Hydro University’s training instructors and case studies and in-field part solutions were presented by Hydro’s own Glen Powell and Donnie Jackson.

From there, a shop tour was given by Hydro Rocky Mountain’s General Manager, Dennis Demers where customers could see the equipment used for repairs, deconstructed pumps, and have conversations with Hydro’s mechanics on the specifics of the repair process.

After the shop tour, there was time for our customers to ask further questions and have one-on-one time with the presenters and other Hydro employees over lunch.

Meet: Dennis Demers

Dennis Demers is a 19-year veteran of the pump repair industry who understands the importance of doing it right the first time. His career started in the petrochemical industry in the Texas Gulf Coast, where he provided on-site engineering support to one of the nations’ largest refiners. He later moved into a role as sales engineer, where he helped clients in the energy industry by improving the performance and reliability of their most critical pumps. Today, Dennis leads the team at Hydro Rocky Mountain and keeps everyone focused on delivering top-quality repair work to our clients throughout the Rocky Mountain region.

Meet: Matt Haisten

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Matt Haisten is a seasoned pump industry professional who can identify and correct pump issues in the field. His career started in the Gulf of Mexico operating pump equipment offshore with one of the nation’s largest oilfield service companies. He later moved on to API 610 pump package engineering and design as an Application Engineer and later took roles selling pump equipment on the Texas Gulf Coast and Rocky Mountain regions. Today he carries this tradition forward with Hydro Rocky Mountain through troubleshooting customer pump issues while selling a variety of industry leading pump repair and upgrade solutions for Hydro’s customers in the Rockies.

Meet: Raymond Anderson

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Raymond Anderson has accumulated 20 years of experience as a rotating equipment professional. He worked his way up from mechanical apprentice thru shop mechanic to field service specialist and then to Field Sales and Service for the Mining, Oil and Gas, and Power Generation Industries. He accomplished this with years of industrial training, and he supported those Industries in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, and Montana.  As an Account Manager with Rocky Mountain Hydro, Ray is now able to provide his Industrial customers improved field and shop repairs to increase equipment availability.  He also offers the incredible specialized training of Hydro University and Hydro’s Centaur Wireless Condition Monitoring.

A Trusted Partner
for Lasting Solutions

A steel mill had shut down production due to the pandemic. While production was halted, the plant took the opportunity to send its 20-stage vertical pump to Hydro Rocky Mountain for some much-needed inspection, maintenance, and quality repair.


Hydraulic Rerates
& Pump Efficiency

During a mechanical seal replacement of a major gas plant, a reliability engineer identified that the pump was operating below Minimum Continuous Stable Flow. To resolve this issue, one company engineered modifications to the casing and impeller.


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Hydro Rocky Mountain

115 W 56th Avenue
Denver, CO 80216
Phone: (303)293-8775
Fax: (303) 293-8775