Cruise Liner Finds the Right Seal for Booster Pumps

ECAs (Emission-Controlled Areas) were established a few years ago in the North Sea and Baltic shipping areas, the English Channel and the U.S. and...
BioSelect

BioSelect Elevates Performance

Some would argue that it might be wrong to put any piece of equipment up on a pedestal. However, after climbing the...

Pumps and Renewable Energy

As utilities incorporate more wind and solar sources into their generation mix, they are faced with two problems. One is that both wind and...

Remotely Managing Pumps on the Farm

Cade Qualls has been farming in Lake City, Arkansas, for nearly sixteen years. He’s a third generation farmer who produces grain, cotton, corn and...

Built in the USA

According to the American Water Works Association, average daily residential water use in the United States is 27.4 billion gallons. This domestic water is...
chilled water system

Applied Modeling Optimizes Plant Operation

The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) obtained an annual energy savings of $60,000 after awarding a project to Bernhard TME Engineering (TME) to...

Ontario Company Improves the Performance of Wastewater Pumps

Solid materials suspended in domestic sewage or industrial wastewater can cause serious problems for pumps in wastewater management facilities. Solid chunks such as pieces...

Tracking the Origins of the Universe: Part 2 of 2

As mentioned in part 1 of this series last month, since 2007 two diaphragm metering pumps from Lewa GmbH have been used inside the...

Bypassing the Language Barrier

In the past fifty years, Western multinational corporations were virtually unopposed in their globalization efforts and international expansions in the global industrial pump and...
sludge

Optimizing a Superior Sludge System Solution

Given today’s demanding wastewater treatment regulatory landscape, proper handling of sludge is a very important component of the design and operation of any size...