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With an agitator and a top-discharge design, these pumps prevent clogging and successfully handle abrasive materials.
Properly aligned bearings can be critical to the life and health of pumps.
Guidelines for reduced vibration and information on how a pump’s foundation and operating speed affect the vibration response
End users must be aware of the valve emission standards to meet industry requirements.
Ease of installation, improved algorithms, enhanced displays, onboard communication and other technology make VFDs an ideal and cost-effective solution.
Appropriate equipment selection and best-practice maintenance procedures can make a difference in reliability, service life and production.
What is most important in preventing gasket failure?
Pete Petrunich retires as technical director after 17 years but leaves a legacy of education and high quality standards.
A Russian oil & gas company produces a compressor station to maximize pipeline capacity.
Improvement the result of fixing a 20-year design flaw in a turbine-driven coker charge pump.
Pressure variation is an important consideration when determining the appropriate size pulsation dampener needed for an application.
New regulations challenge oil and gas producers to optimize operations, and oil-free reciprocating gas compressors can help.
A northeast Germany refinery increased its MTBF by upgrading eight pumps.

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