NFPA Member Company Profile: Doering Company

We regularly publish a short company profile of an NFPA member as a way for us to highlight the diversity and strength of our industry. Today’s company is Doering Company.

Beginning in 1969, Doering Company, based in Clear Lake, Minnesota, has provided engineering solutions for hydraulic and pneumatic applications. The company specializes in industrial valve products that are unique and meet demanding performance requirements. Products are designed for high pressure, tight shut off, and are available in a variety of materials, including stainless steel. Valves and pump products are manufactured in their Minnesota facility. Doering precision designed and constructed valves and pump products are used in many markets, including automation, mining, hydro-static testing, oil and gas, aerospace, nuclear and sub-sea applications. Doering Company joined NFPA in 2015 after attending one of the first NFPA Minneapolis Regional Meetings. Since then, their representatives have been regularly attending the NFPA Industry and Economic Outlook Conference. Plus, they recently exhibited at IFPE for the first time as an NFPA member.

Recent Posts

Episode 77: Electrification of Hydraulic Wheel Loaders Maintains Relevance of Fluid Power

This episode features Marty Christianson, the Market Manager for E-Mobility and AE Cooling Systems at HYDAC, and we invited him into our forum to learn more about E-Mobility and the electrification of off-highway hydraulic equipment.  Listen to Podcast Here This fluid power industry-focused podcast highlights the people, technologies and unique applications that are moving the industry…

Read More

NFPA Seeking Volunteers for Electrification in Fluid Power Task Force

Deadline to Respond is August 18, 2022 Electrification is a buzzword throughout most industries now and is a common topic being discussed at conferences, events, and board rooms. While many businesses and industries have already embraced electrification, others are still working to understand the impacts, opportunities, and decision points to make. To add further confusion,…

Read More

In Memoriam: Tom Wanke

The National Fluid Power Association is saddened to share the news that Tom Wanke, CFPE, director of the Fluid Power Industrial Consortium and Industry Relations at Milwaukee School of Engineering, passed away June 21, 2022. “Tom’s impact on the fluid power industry will be felt for generations,” said Eric Lanke, president and CEO of the…

Read More