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August 2015

August 2015

Gasket information and the tests used to generate it can help users make the best possible equipment selections.
Modern labyrinth bearing protection seals can protect precision elements from contamination.
These pumps prevent equipment from corroding, provide lower costs and increase efficiency.
This equipment exploits the elasticity of synthetic rubber and ensures stable bearing behavior.
A thermoplastic composition in abrasive applications helped bearings meet end user specifications.
Users should consider these important factors when choosing the best equipment for their applications.
Two sets of seals, in service for 11 and 15 years, still meet baseline standards.
A software solution alerted two end users of problems with their reciprocating compressors, saving time and money.
These pumps offer efficiency and reliability in complex industrial operations.
Users should consider system changes to comply with the new EISA standard.
Offline and online testing can improve reliability and reduce downtime.
Because cavitation is unavoidable in pump operations, understanding how to reduce it using NPSH calculations is necessary to maintain pump functionality and health.
Modern monitoring software provides plants with the data they need to improve reliability while empowering pump operators to make well-informed decisions.
The balance between cost and ease of installation should be the major deciding factor.
The mechanical seal system, among other features, reduced downtime at the Wisconsin plant.
As food production needs increase, this technology allows end users to conserve water and increase efficiency.
Understanding this complex topic can help end users avoid common pitfalls.
As new design and manufacturing technologies are developed, end users can affordably upgrade their systems and verify better performance.
Investment at the start of a project can lead to improved safety, reliability and savings.