Company

Our company

In 1989, in a rented garage in the city of São Paulo, LEMASA was born, equipped only with a lathe and a milling machine, making rotary nozzles for internal pipe cleaning. After much time and hard work, today LEMASA is the largest manufacturer of high and ultra high pressure equipment and accessories in Latin America, supplying to the main companies of the most diverse segments, such as petroleum, sugar and alcohol, petrochemical, automotive, naval, sanitation. basic, among others. In 2014, LEMASA was incorporated into the Italian Comet SPA Group, owner of the HPP brand, also a manufacturer of high pressure pumps. Today LEMASA has a modern factory in Indaiatuba-SP, where it manufactures its products and exports worldwide.

Lemasa today is part of the Italian group comet spa

With this merger, the Comet-HPP line of High Pressure Pumps was also marketed by LEMASA. On this site you will find technical information about the pumps in this new division. Remember that the original line of LEMASA pumps from 75 hp to 550 hp and up to 2.800 bar (40.000 psi) remains unchanged. Beside you can learn a little more about Comet and its divisions.

Lemasa Fusion
ICONE-Company

Company

Known worldwide for its excellence, technology, innovation and quality, it produces from 1989 medium, high and ultra high pressure water jet pumps and accessories.

ICONE-mission

Mission

Design, produce and market the best solutions of high pressure equipment and accessories, aiming at full customer satisfaction, as well as the return on investments for the company and its employees.

ICONE-vision

Vision

Become a national and international reference in the high pressure equipment and accessories segment.

lemasa-values

Values

Customer Focus
Respect and ethical behavior
Honoring Commitments
Innovation
Safety and quality of life at work

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