As Sharp as Steel

In many ways, a study of steel is a study of history. From agriculture to architecture, from warfare to exploration, advances in using steel...

Best Practices for Pump Reliability: Pt 3 of 3

As we conclude this series, let us first review the major points raised in previous segments. We had introduced Parts 1 and 2 of...

Best Practices for Pump Reliability: Pt 2 of 3

In part 1 of our three-part checklist, we began our introduction to pump reliability practices by making a few very important points: Centrifugal pumps in...

Highest Precision in the Laboratory

For metering tasks in high-pressure laboratories, the highest of precision when conveying defined quantities of substances is a must. Plunger pumps used for this...

Working the Long Haul

Makers of the world’s first chopper pump back in 1950, Landia has developed a unique chopping system of fixed and rotating hardened steel cutters...

Best Practices for Pump Reliability: Pt 1 of 3

Centrifugal pumps in U.S. oil refineries and petrochemical plants typically reach mean-times-between failures (MTBFs) ranging from barely three years to as much as ten...

Becoming Less "Centri-Frugal"

It’s widely accepted that pump motors account for an estimated 15 percent of global electric energy consumption. However, with more than 35 percent of...

Shift Your Perception of AODD Pumps

Over a varied assortment of industries—from chemical production and mining to water and wastewater and hygienic applications, pumps play a crucial role in industrial...

Top 10 Questions About Air Operated Diaphragm Pumps

No matter what new developments occur in the world of diaphragm pumps, there are certain questions that never change. Here, we’ll resolve ten of...

Innovative Rotary Lobe Pump Meets the Challenge

One of the products that the building materials manufacturer, Knauf of Iphofen, Germany, produces is a concrete primer. What is intended to ensure that...