Pumps & Systems, August 2014

August 2014

Different material and design combinations offer application-specific advantages.
Driving down investment, energy and maintenance costs translates into big savings throughout an installation’s lifetime.
Careful analysis identified the issue with this multistage, oil transfer pump.
This technology self-lubricates, reduces friction and performs in wet or dry operating conditions.
Head-to-head comparisons show decreased compressed air use and enhanced flow.
Design of the pump inlet piping can protect overall operation.
Abrasive processing and wide temperature range are some of the pumping difficulties for high-performance liquid chromatography.
The computational fluid dynamics process advances highly efficient pump designs for difficult applications.
How do end users choose, and what are each type’s ideal applications?
Lip and labyrinth seals provide protection in harsh oil and gas applications.
This four-part series explains the reasons behind repeat pump failures and uses a real-world field example involving boiler feedwater pumps.
LNG benefits have increased the demand for this cleaner burning fuel and associated production and distribution equipment.
Outside lubrication experts help improve protocols and minimize downtime.
An energy efficiency and reliability study helped one plant save $1 million annually by avoiding downtime.
Safely immerse motor compressors in process gas without risking costly damage.
Reconstruction and infrastructure upgrades require pumps made from durable materials.
Trusted gateway connections allow for system growth, efficiency and consistent maintenance at Swedish paper mill.

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