When to Use a Gear Pump

Highly viscous substances demand robust equipment up to the task of proper handling during processing. No matter which industry, viscous media from peanut butter...

Pivot to Maximum Versatility

In any pumping application, friction can spell exponential problems for the entire system. This is especially true for instances where fluid handling focuses on...

Hose-Diaphragm Pumps are the Latest Design in Diaphragm Pumping

The piston-actuated round diaphragm pump was the standard in pumping higher pressure slurries and flows than other positive displacement pumps for many years. The...

The Design to Take on Downtime

Pump downtime is a major concern among wastewater plant operators. If a pump suddenly stops working, the consequences could be disastrous. Facility closure or...

New Dosing Solution Offers Extra Safety

When addressing the features of precision metering pumps, one of the most underrated safety aspects is the pump’s ease of use. Whether preventing user...

The Right AODD Pump Can Help Decrease Energy Consumption

There is no aspect of human existence that can function properly or reliably without energy, the preponderance of which is produced from refined crude...

Improving Vertical Turbine Pump Reliability: Part 1 of 2

Vertical turbine pumps (VTPs) are available in a variety of configurations and are used for a number of different applications such as flood control,...

Breathing New Life Into Older Pumps

TOnce all parts were received, they underwent a preassembly process to allow the technicians to verify the fit and design of the new component,...

Erosion, Corrosion, and Cavitation—Oh My!

It’s common to find pump impellers with significant surface damage. The three most common causes of surface damage are erosion, corrosion, and cavitation. For...

Power to the People

Navigating the balance between consumer demand and regulatory requirements means manufacturers must bring innovation to the market, even for well-established and widely used equipment...