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June 2015

June 2015

In plants that process combustible materials, these motors avoid electrical damage often caused by energy-saving inverters.
Process control software reduces costs while increasing process accuracy and protection.
The Chinese government is promoting greater automation and optimization of processes to improve the energy utilization rate.
Protecting these two components can lead to longer equipment life.
Sealless pumps improve reliability and safety when pumping hazardous fluids.
A German municipal water utility optimized pressure booster stations with automated modules.
This motor material provides an improved total cost of ownership for the food and beverage industry.
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This equipment avoids the risk of leaks and pipe damage associated with injection mold pumps.
Remote monitoring allows facilities to plan maintenance effectively before defects result in downtime.
Consider more than the efficiency rating to select the most cost-effective system for the pumping application.
This 10-year project concluded with the recent publication of recommended guidelines for pump professionals.
Pump sensors can improve system operation and detect dangerous faults.
Pumping packages that use a diesel oxidation catalyst can minimize cost, maintenance and equipment downtime.
Lev Nelik answers a reader's question on thermodynamic sub-processes that are highly time dependent
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