Products and Service Guide

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The New Standard for Pump Manufacturing

For years, the pump industry has relied on traditional processes to create the molds for pumps and parts, which, because of the necessary man-hours, often result in work stoppages and slowdowns. But now the industry is in the midst of an overhaul as additive manufacturing—3D printing for the industrial sector—led by ExOne offers the promise of a fast and cost-effective way to build the sand molds for castings.
ExOne, a publicly traded leader in the additive manufacturing space, provides 3D printing machines, 3D printed products and related services to industrial customers in several segments, including pumps, automotive, aerospace, medical, and energy. The ExOne process gives traditional manufacturers an opportunity to reduce costs, lower the risk of trial and error and create opportunities for design innovation.
ExOne delivers functional parts—primarily in stainless steel and foundry silica sand—which can be used for both prototyping and real-world production applications. Headquartered in North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, ExOne has U.S. production service centers in Texas, Michigan, Washington, and Nevada as well as in Germany and Japan, which helps localize the process for key industrial bases around the globe.
Manufacturers that use ExOne’s additive manufacturing process see significant, strategic advantages over traditional methods. The ability to expand creativity and flexibility with virtually unlimited design complexity, without the need for draft angles, enables product designs previously unattainable. Additionally, the opportunity for rapid production of castings and prototypes in turn reduces lead times significantly, and gets new products to the market faster.
In the pump industry, ExOne has dramatically improved hydraulic balancing of impeller castings and produced quick turnaround times for one-off castings. Concurrent iterations can be achieved in a matter of weeks. Additive manufacturing is also the ideal application for reverse engineering of legacy pump components and reduces the need for physical warehouse space for patterns, since data files can be stored on a hard drive.
The ExOne process helps customers in the pumping industry produce castings for prototyping, replacement impellers, volute shapes and rotating parts, by printing entire mold packages or as part of a “hybrid” approach to print just the cores. By creating these types of molds and cores through an additive process, ExOne significantly reduces the time and cost required to rapidly produce castings. When compared to traditional pattern manufacturing process, delivery of mold packages to the foundry is measured in days versus months. In addition, customers have experienced parts that have shown to yield additional benefits, such as improved impeller core accuracy, superior blade registration, better hydraulic performance, and ease of dynamic balance.
Several leading pumps manufacturers around the world, including Flowserve and Hydro Parts Solutions Inc., have seen significant value in working with ExOne to integrate multi-piece assemblies and enhance product functionality. ExOne’s work with Standard Alloys began with a challenge to create a 57-inch impeller casting within critical lead time requirements. Using digital part materialization and 3D sand printing technology, ExOne produced Standard Alloys’ largest RCT core to date—from concept to completion in less than eight weeks.
Andritz Ritz also sought out ExOne’s process to fast-track complex prototype and spare part production to meet tight production schedules while driving down costs. ExOne’s successful solution was to print several cores and shells for a complete mold package as well as using a hybrid approach with traditional methods to create prototype step pump housings and impellers.
It’s no secret that additive manufacturing/3D printing continues to explode, with major companies like Ford, Apple, Samsung, and GE publicly announcing the integration of the technology into their production processes. In fact, a report recently published by Research and Markets claims the 3D printing/additive manufacturing industry will be worth four billion dollars by 2025. To meet the unique needs of specific customers, ExOne has made significant investments in its material qualification research and testing with the opening of a new material characterization and testing facility in St. Clairsville, Ohio, in April 2013.
ExOne has firmly positioned itself as the leader in the industrial market, and over the past year has made significant strides to further solidify that position. The company continues to develop machines that increase print speeds and reduce lead time in an effort to continually lower the cost curve for industrial customers. ExOne’s S-Max 3Dsand printer creates complex sand casting cores and molds directly from CAD data, in about 24 to 30 hours—without hard tooling, which significantly reduces lead time, increases design freedom, and improves the entire casting process chain. ■ [/accordion_item]
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Global Environmental Operations, Inc.


Global Environmental Operations, Inc. has adopted a unique philosophy that is committed to customer satisfaction. Our work guarantee is that it’s either right and acceptable, or there is no charge for our work. We believe in our ability to deliver on our promises: quality work done quickly, on time and on budget.


GEO, Inc. is a small consulting and engineering firm with over 35 years of experience in all phases of environmental work in both municipalities and industry—including the chemical industry. Some of GEO, Inc.’s strengths include remediation; environmental restoration; underground storage tank removal; environmental assessments; hazardous waste incineration and disposal; air permitting and modeling; wastewater consulting; modeling; system design; trouble-shooting; industrial and commercial water supply; liquid, solid and hazardous waste disposal; and development and consulting on environmental technologies and their development.


At Global Environmental Operations, Inc., we offer solutions to problems wherever you may be. GEO, Inc. has a proven track record of international clients and partnerships.

  • Environmental studies on two Hungarian Petroleum Refineries.
  • LPG Gas Cylinder Demand Study for Ghana for US Trade and Development Agency (UST&DA).
  • Review of Chernobyl Soil Cleanup Business Plan for UST&DA.
  • Consulting to Georgian National Academy of Sciences in Tiblisi, Georgia.
  • Joint paper on wastewater treatment in a Hungarian petroleum refinery.
  • Multiple studies on Venezuelan oil industry in Maracaibo, Venezuela, and the chemical industry for development of projects in the petrochemical industry.
  • Marketing study for development of a new industrial process and business area in Romania.
  • Water Environment Federation / US Asian Environmental Partnership selected lecturer for India on hazardous wastes (June 2001).


Although we are a small firm, we offer a range of specialists to meet your needs. GEO, Inc.’s technical staff includes Environmental Engineers, Chemical Engineers, Geotechnical Engineers, Safety Professionals, Health Professionals, Geologists, and Chemists. Our history of success includes

  • Process consultant for Proprietary Waste Disposal Processes using molten aluminum as a reactant in a thermo-chemical destruction process.
  • Design of municipal and industrial wastewater treatment facilities, for treating various types of wastes including nitroparrafins, electroplating, and metal finishing.
  • Environmental assessments for industrial, public schools, and financial clients.
  • Environmental Compliance Assessments for chemical and industrial clients, including ISO 14000 Gap analyses and formal environmental.
  • Instructor for HAZWOPER and RCRA Training classes.
  • Development of Hazardous Waste Landfill Technology Master Plan.
  • Consultant on hazardous waste cleanups and incineration projects.
  • Consultant to the State of New York on site cleanup of the Enviro-Chem facility in Tonawonda, New York.
  • Expert testimony to US Justice Department in Chemdyne Inc., Hamilton, Ohio.
  • Consultant to the City of Atlanta on remediation lawsuit.
  • Design and development of Cable Manufacturing air, water, and odor treatment system.
  • Development of a unique system for management of biosolids from municipalities by composting.
  • Design and development of water and wastewater treatment systems.
  • Ten years environmental control experience in US chemical Industry.
  • Wastewater treatment systems for explosives manufacturing.
  • Design of industrial building for Grayling Industries, Inc., Alpharetta, Georgia.
  • Risk and Evaluation Studies for insurance companies.
  • Preparation of Air Pollution Title V permit applications.
  • Water and wastewater sampling and process design and modeling.
  • Risk assessment and hazard assessment, including HazOps

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Greene, Tweed


Advancing the future of chemical processing, refining, and power generation

Greene, Tweed is a global manufacturer of high-performance materials and engineered solutions. Leveraging its portfolio of elastomers, thermoplastics, and thermoplastic composites, the company provides custom-engineered solutions for critical applications.
With a long history in the petrochemical and power industries, Greene, Tweed components are found at all stages of refining and power generation. By equipment type, the company has designed solutions for centrifugal pumps, mechanical seals, valves and compressors. The following highlights a few of these, each designed with the aim of reducing maintenance and ensuring safe, reliable performance in challenging conditions.


WR® and AR® abrasion-resistant thermoplastic composite wear rings, bearings and bushings extend MTBF (mean time between failures) in centrifugal pumps. Their non-galling, non-seizing properties enable them to withstand process upsets like dry-run, reducing downtime over traditional metallic materials. In addition, WR and AR components run 50 percent tighter clearances for boosted efficiency.
The Xycomp® thermoplastic composite containment shell eliminates eddy-current loss in large sealless magnetic drive pumps. It maintains sealing integrity at higher pressures (40 bar) and temperatures (250 degrees Fahrenheit, 120 degrees Celsius) than past non-metallic shells could attain. With exceptional chemical and impact resistance, it expands the application of sealless pumps to include challenging processes such as caustics handling and refrigeration.


Chemraz® perfluoroelastomer seals feature broad chemical resistance; they are ideal for handling acids, ethers, aromatics and other corrosive media. Service temperature ranges from -40 to 600 degrees Fahrenheit (-40 to 315 degrees Celsius), and exceptional compression set provides a wide operating band. As O-rings or in assemblies, Chemraz seals deliver high performance and long life across applications.
Arlon® and Avalon® engineering thermoplastics feature low wear, thermal stability and high impact and chemical resistance. These versatile materials are suitable for a range of applications, and virgin and filled grades afford a high degree of design flexibility. Ensuring long life and reliable performance, they may be used as valve seats, backup rings, in seal assemblies and more.


FKM 944 is the newest in a range of elastomers developed specifically for RGD (rapid gas decompression). It has passed ISO 23936-2 with zero damage at 390 degrees Fahrenheit (200 degrees Celsius) with a decompression rate of 2,175 psi (150 bar) per minute. Combining high tensile strength and high elongation, it enhances safety and reliability in centrifugal compressors, mechanical seals and valves.
The Arlon 4020 labyrinth seal uses a flexible tooth profile to deliver tighter running clearances for increased efficiency. Reduced tooth contact loading eliminates deformation for extended seal life, and reduced mass flow rate enhances sealing performance. The Arlon 4020 material provides excellent corrosion and erosion resistance, making it ideal for high mercury and other severe applications.


At Greene, Tweed, combining partnership and technical expertise is critical to success. The company’s engineers and material scientists regularly collaborate with customers to analyze problems and develop solutions. Capabilities such as rapid prototyping, a Quick Response Center, and state-of-the-art laboratories enable new solutions to be designed with accuracy and speed. Advanced manufacturing expands the limits of production, and embedded Lean Six Sigma maintains quality throughout. The result is a comprehensive process that ensures every solution brought to market enhances efficiency, improves reliability, and delivers the most value possible. ■

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P1000 Drive: The Flexible, Intuitive Solution for Fan and Pump Applications

Yaskawa’s P1000 variable frequency drive provides simple, reliable, cost-effective control for variable-torque loads through 1000 horsepower. Specific application features, energy savings, and network connectivity make the P1000 a great choice for industrial fans and pumps.
Exceptional quality is the hallmark of Yaskawa products. Yaskawa drives have demonstrated extremely high reliability with an average MTBF (mean time between failure) of twenty-eight years or more. Yaskawa’s 1000 series drive products take reliability to the next level with a calculated design life that is twice as long as previous generations.
User-friendly configuration tools, including a multi-language LCD display with a real-time clock, parameter storage, fan and pump application presets, and a portable USB copy unit make programming and configuration simple. DriveWizard® computer software delivers configuration, monitoring, and trending functions enhanced by direct connectivity through the P1000’s standard USB port.
A significant quantity of control points are included as standard. For applications requiring more functionality, the P1000 offers three expansion ports for additional I/O, feedback, and network communications, including DeviceNet, EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP/IP, Profibus-DP, PROFINET, BACnet, and Lonworks.
Energy efficiency is maximized with variable speed control, and the P1000’s integrated 12-pulse version reduces harmonic demand from the power system, contributing to a cleaner environment. Additionally, all materials used in the P1000 comply with the directive for Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS).
P1000 drives are also available in Bypass and Configured packages. The P1000 Configured package provides a P1000 in a NEMA 1, NEMA 12, or NEMA 3R enclosure, with space for several commonly used options, such as reactors, RFI filters, circuit breakers, etc. The P1000 bypass package provides a P1000 Drive in a NEMA 1, 12, or 3R (UL Type) enclosure, with a 3-contactor style bypass, allowing motor operation from either the drive or across the line. These packages have been designed for flexibility in providing commonly requested features and options to provide a customized drive solution.
The P1000 drive is available in 200-240VAC Three Phase 50/60 Hz (up to 175 horsepower), 380-480VAC Three Phase 50/60 Hz (up to 1000 horsepower), and 500-600VAC Three Phase 50/60Hz (up to 250 horsepower) ratings. All ratings are available in a Flange configuration that allows for mounting the drive with its heatsink out the back of any Type 12 enclosure. In addition, the P1000 is designed for use around the world, and carries agency certifications for all major geographical regions. ■
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Boerger, LLC

In 1975, Alois Börger founded the company in his parent’s barn. Since then the company has continued to flourish. Today, there are more than 240 employees and representations across fifty countries. Boerger has become the market leader for elastomer-coated rotary lobe pumps, unbeatable product maintenance and customized solution systems. Boerger’s innovative technologies have transferred to other products including macerators.
Boerger’s core product, the Rotary Lobe Pump, is a self-priming, valveless, positive displacement pump available in twenty different models delivering flow rates up to 5000 gallons per minute. Boerger offers three product lines (Classic, Select, and Protect) with different shaft seals and a variety of optional equipment for a standard pump chamber. The classic product line has a wide selection of size and rotor models. It is equipped with the well-proven, single-acting mechanical seal. The Select pumps have a pressurized single-acting mechanical seal for each shaft. The intermediate chamber between the pump chamber and gear unit ensures a high degree of safety. The protect product line is equipped with a double-acting mechanical seal. The pump has now successfully been on the market for several years under the DPL type design.
Boerger offers a choice of three different macerating units; the Multicrusher, the Multichopper, or the Rotorrake. The choice depends on the solids in the application. The Multicrusher is a twin-shaft grinder for coarse materials with capacities up to 1400 gallons per minute. The Multichopper is a single-shaft chopper with a central perforated disk. The Multichopper is available in two models with optional debris collector. The Rotorrake is a non-clogging single-shaft coarse chopper (capacities up to 3500 gallons per minute) in an in-line version for use in liquid containing solids with optional debris collector.
All Boerger equipment is constructed using the proprietary MIP (Maintenance In Place) which allows for an almost limitless operational lifetime. The Quick Release Cover provides quick access to the internal parts, thereby reducing the costs of maintenance and downtime. All wetted parts can be maintained or replaced by your own staff—without the removal of pipe or drive systems. ■
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Check-All Valve MFG. CO.

Since 1958, Check-All Valve Mfg. Co. has manufactured a complete line of in-line spring-loaded piston-type check valves. With worldwide service, Check-All Valve serves a wide range of industries including the chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, water treatment, OEM, MRO, and many others. Lightweight, efficient, and rugged, every Check-All valve is designed and built to perform to exact needs and specifications. The company is ISO 9001-2008 certified and manufactures product lines compliant with CE/PED requirements, Canadian Registration Number guidelines, 3A Sanitary Standards, and others.
Check-All valves are engineered for silent operation. They close quickly and smoothly to eliminate hammer noise. They are designed to function equally well in either a vertical or horizontal position, with proper spring selection. They are also designed to reduce installation costs. The insert series check valves easily fit into existing line components which reduces initial cost and installation time. The seating surfaces are parallel to each other thereby eliminating the excessive wear occurring in plug, cone and ball seats. Check-All valves can also be used as low pressure relief valves and vacuum breakers.
With many styles available, Check-All Valve provides check valves for practically every service application. Valves are offered with metal-to-metal or soft seats in sizes ranging from 1/8 inch NPT to 20 inch flanged connections. Pressure ratings are available from full vacuum to 10,000 PSI. Standard or exotic materials are available and you can choose from a wide variety of spring settings and seat materials for any valve. Most options are available with fast delivery. Specially designed valves are another option that Check-All Valve performs on a regular basis.
Check-All Valve Mfg. Co. is staffed to supply you with a quality product as well as personal technical services. Contact us for a complete catalog. ■
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Dreisilker Electric Motors


Electric motor downtime costs $10,000 an hour

Improving reliability, increasing uptime, and saving energy are ways to counteract downtime costs. How? With smart management of critical electric motors.


Maintaining your critical motors assures that your operation will run efficiently and without costly downtime. At Dreisilker Electric Motors, our mission is to guide your organization through this process and provide the services needed to help you increase uptime, improve reliability, and save energy.
Through smart motor management including Infrared Inspection, Dynamic Balancing, Laser Alignment and other diagnostic tools we can work with your maintenance team to optimize the performance of your electric motors. And when repair is needed our Exclusive Motor Safe Repair method is the key to returning your motors to service quickly and with optimal efficiency.


With our Motor Safe Repair process we’re able to maintain the integrity of the stator, laminations, and windings—something that shops using the “burn-out” method can not do. Having the ability to do a forensic analysis of your motor can help determine the root cause of the failure. Knowing why is the first step in preventing future issues.
In addition to this ability to dive into the causes of your motor’s issues, motors repaired with Dreisilker’s Motor Safe method:

  • Are turned around in less time than other repair methods
  • Last twice as long as motors repaired with other methods
  • Experience no damage due to the repair process. (warping, uneven amperage draw, higher operating temperatures, core loss and increased energy costs)
  • Do not negatively affect the environment and cause potential health concerns with toxic emissions.

You don’t have time for downtime. Register for our FREE Motor Repair White Paper Series and learn about Motor Safe Repair and how to bring your electric motors back to OEM specifications. Plus they’ll last twice as long as they would if repaired by other methods.
Dreisilker can be contacted at 800.922.1882, via email at, or by visiting ■ [/accordion_item]
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Godwin Pumps


PrimeGuardTM Controller with Field Smart Technology

Godwin’s diesel-driven Dri-Prime® pumps include the Godwin PrimeGuard automatic level controller, standard on all electronic diesel engines and available for mechanical diesel engines. The Godwin PrimeGuard is a fully programmable microprocessor engine control system that allows for inputs from flow meters, level transducers, pressure transducers or standard floats. Using any of these systems, your Godwin Dri-Prime pump can start and stop automatically with no operator intervention required.
These features are now enhanced with the added functionality of our new Field Smart Technology (FST). Diesel pumps can be monitored and controlled from anywhere in the world with an internet connected computer, phone, or tablet. Engine and pump data can be collected in one-minute intervals and transmitted to a password-protected website for viewing and data logging.
FST communicates through both cellular and satellite connections to provide remote users the same information that is shown locally on the PrimeGuard panel. The dual connection means that FST works even without a cell signal, such as on remote jobsites or deep in quarries. FST also provides the ability to start and stop the pump remotely through the website, allowing better use of labor and resources. Using FST can eliminate or significantly reduce the need for on-site pump watch.

  • Monitor engine and motor parameters
  • Monitor pump operation parameters
  • Start and stop remotely
  • Cellular and satellite communication
  • Log data
  • Alarm
  • Locate the unit via GPS

Many of Godwin’s Dri-Prime pumps are already equipped with FST, and available for sales or rental. Xylem offers proven 24/7 service and support, backed by a strong application engineering team. For more information, call 800.24.PUMP4 or visit ■ [/accordion_item]
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Haight Pumps

Haight® Pumps is recognized as a leading manufacturer of high quality rotary gear, positive displacement pumps for use in a broad variety of applications. As a member of the Baker Manufacturing Co., LLC family, Haight Pumps’ customers benefit from in house services such as:
Metallurgical expertise

  • On site foundry
  • Premier research and development capabilities
  • Extensive technical knowledge of pump applications

Today’s complex processing environments demand greater integration of equipment and application. Now more than ever, we can offer you a customized approach to both your operational needs and cost requirements. Haight’s heavy-duty, positive displacement rotary gear pumps are truly “pumps that perform.” All of our engineering, manufacturing, and application skills are focused on the development and production of dependable, versatile, and quiet products designed to meet the needs of our customers.
The most reliable of today’s rotary gear pumps are built on the “gear within a gear” principle that Haight Pumps pioneered nearly seventy years ago. The benefits for the end user are substantial. The smaller, inner drive gear (pinion) and shaft assembly are supported by bearings on both sides of the pinion to resist movement, unlike other designs. The larger gear (rotor) is hydraulically balanced within the pump housing, finding its optimal position naturally. Our current products include internal and external gear pumps, customer gear pumps, centrifugal pumps, and bed plate assemblies. ■ [/accordion_item]
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Milton Roy



Milton Roy is the world’s largest manufacturer of controlled volume metering pumps and equipment and a brand of Accudyne Industries. Our pumps set the industry standard for performance, accuracy and durability in the most challenging and demanding applications. Since 1936, Milton Roy has concentrated its scientific, engineering, and production resources on the development and manufacture of equipment that accurately controls fluids ranging from water to high viscosity polymers, corrosive or abrasive chemicals, toxic substances, and other difficult pumping media.
Milton Roy’s complete product offering includes specialty pumps, analytical instrumentation and metering pump system components. These products range from low-pressure water treatment applications to demanding installations with pressures up to 30,000 psi (2070 bar), and can withstand high temperature fluids such as molten sulfur. Milton Roy’s designs include packed plunger pumps and liquid end diaphragm technology, which stand up to the most demanding applications with superior life performance. Pump capacities range from 0.0003 gallons per hour (12 milliliters per hour) to some of the highest in the industry.
Available with single or multiple drive designs and a wide range of liquid end configurations and materials, Milton Roy pumps can best meet the requirements for any application.
Milton Roy provides local support to customers with direct sales offices and a wide network of well-trained representatives around the globe. Regional authorized service centers with factory trained technicians assure high quality local product support and parts availability.
Recognized by our customers for superior performance and value, Milton Roy’s knowledgeable team of engineers and product developers can satisfy routine and custom designs to fit every application. The company also provides high-level application engineering, customer training, and system support to assure successful installations. Depend on the strength of Milton Roy’s extensive range of products and knowledgeable team for your most demanding requirements. ■ [/accordion_item]
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Developed and patented in the Netherlands by Mr. Jan P. de Baat Doelman, Scalewatcher technology was introduced to the European market in the 1980s. With immediate market success, Mr. Doelman brought the technology to the United States and applied and received a patent in 1991. From that moment on, Scalewatcher North America has been on the forefront of environmentally-sensitive water treatment. Located in Oxford, Pennsylvania, Scalewatcher North America continues to lead the industry in descaling products that do no harm to the environment.
Scalewatcher North America focuses on the elimination of scale and the problems associated with scale build up. Industries know the costs involved in keeping their capital investments running smooth. Scalewatcher is there to help. Scaled cooling towers, chillers, and associated equipment can negatively impact a company’s bottom line, and not just in cash. The caustic chemicals used to remove scale only create more problems with the environment. Your company can “GO GREEN” and stay within your budget.
If our product does not work for your application, we will buy it back! With our “Performance Guarantee,” you never have to worry about losing cash on a product that does not work.
Scalewatcher North America Inc. manufactures its products in Oxford, Pennsylvania, so you know its MADE IN THE USA! We can treat pipe sizes from ½ inch up to and including 120 inches. Cooling towers, chillers, evaporative condensers and boilers can all benefit from Scalewatcher water treatment. If it scales up, we can break that scale bond and show you cost savings on maintenance. No plumbing required!
Why keep adding chemicals when Scalewatcher can reduce your chemical dependency?
Break the cycle now and save on energy, water, and maintenance costs with Scalewatcher products!
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Vulcan Pumps

Vulcan Pumps is a supplier of submersible pumps designed for pumping abrasive and corrosive liquids. Our designs offer the flexibility to provide a product that perfectly matches our customers’ individual requirements. Not all industrial operations are the same, so why should your pump be? We give our customers a choice when it comes to the right pump for the job, including materials of construction, broad performance ranges, and optional features that ensure you get the best product for your specific application—all at competitive pricing.


The Volt series submersible slurry pump is a complete pump and motor package designed for uses in all types of submersible applications. The pump set has many advantages, including construction from high-quality specialized materials, state-of-the-art structure, wide flow channel, and high capacity for sewage/solids. It is suitable for delivery of liquid mediums containing sand, coal slurry, mine solids, and much more. It is widely used in mining, metallurgy, thermal power stations, and more. It is an ideal alternative for traditional slurry pumps that aren’t designed to perform under rigorous conditions.


The HDS Series is Vulcan’s line of heavy duty, Hard Metal slurry pumps. With a robust motor and wet end, these pumps are designed to deliver quality performance in extreme conditions. For corrosive slurry applications, the HDS is available with a CD4MCu liquid end and 316 stainless motor. These pumps are suitable for use in a wide range of applications, including those in the mining, steel, sand & gravel, food processing, power generation, pulp & paper, and many more industries. The HDS Series offers serious performance at competitive cost.


Vulcan Pumps, LLC. is a Brownlee-Morrow Enterprises company. Our focus is on submersible pump sales and support for industrial applications. It is our mission to provide customer-oriented pumping solutions through efficient performance, highly flexible design, and superior cost effectiveness. ■ [/accordion_item]
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Zoeller Company



Zoeller Company has been selling its innovative reversible grinder pumps for over twenty years. Often referred to as being bi-directional, the star cutter operates in a shearing fashion, rotating in the opposite direction from that of its previous cycle. Before Zoeller incorporated this feature into its design, this method of cutting was thought to be superior to any other being used.
When the 2 horsepower model was introduced in 1993, the benefit of the reversible cutting action was immediately noted as the roping effect that clogged other grinder pumps was not found in systems where the reversing grinder pumps were being used. A few years later it was discovered that the cutter’s design, with it shearing type cutting action, had a longer than expected service life as it was able to utilize both sides of the cutter blades.
Later, with thousands of units in service, customers wanted larger reversible grinder pumps for use in their commercial and municipal lift stations so 3, 5, and 7.5 horsepower models were introduced. Then, to meet customer requirements, they were designed for hazardous locations with a third-party Class I Division 1 Group C & D rating. Users throughout the United States and Canada have benefited from this product with its efficient cutting action and dependable service.
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BJM Pumps


Fahrenheit™ Submersible Pumps

Long-lasting energy efficient pumps suited specifically for hot, corrosive or non-corrosive, clear or solids laden liquids up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit (93.3 degrees Celsius). This is a higher temperature than other pumps like it, making it particularly beneficial for a host of applications in a variety of industries where variations in temperature are critical to safety, product quality and efficiency. Standard or high head, side-discharge sump pumps. Available configurations include shredder pumps, slurry pumps with agitator, dewatering pumps, vortex solids handling pumps. Most series available in either cast iron or 316 SS. Dual mechanical seals with the lower seal constructed of highly wear-resistant silicon carbide against silicon carbide for longer life. Used in beverage/bottling plants, dairy product processing, poultry/meat processing and chemical/pharmaceuticals. For more information, please visit or call 860.399.5937 ■ [/accordion_item]
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Continental Pump Co.

Continental progressive cavity pumps have been time tested with proven unique characteristics that excels in performance unlike other types of pumps. They are built of various materials in many sizes with capacities from less than 1 to over 500 gallons per minute and pressures to 450 psi.
Our pumps can also be purchased separate or built into complete units mounted on welded steel bases with specified Couplings or Belt Guards and driven by: (a) Flexible Couplings, (b) V Belts, (c) Gearbox Reducers, (d) Hydraulic Motor Adapters, or (e) Variable Speed Drive units by (a) Electric Motors, (b) Gasoline/Diesel Engines, (c) Air Motors.
Progressive cavity pumps are most commonly used in the following industries: gas and oil, mining, and industrial wastes with byproducts. However, they are also very versatile and are the perfect pumps for abrasives, transferring, circulating, metering, pastes, slurries, sludge, wastewater, sewage, and more.
With a variety of models to choose from Continental progressive cavity pumps are the solutions to handling many types of fluids. We now offer vertical suction housings for our cost-effective CP Line pumps for tightfitting areas.
Between our pumps and our additional features Continental Pump Co. can make a pump specifically for your needs. Visit us at ■ [/accordion_item]
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Graphite Metalizing Corporation

GRAPHALLOY®, a graphite/metal alloy, is the solution for tough bearing problems. GRAPHALLOY bushings and wear rings enable pumps to handle low lubricity fluids, survive upsets, and run dry or flash without damage. Non-galling GRAPHALLOY can be designed with tighter clearances than metal and plastics to reduce vibration and improve seal life.
Used in the manufacture of bushings, bearings and other components for machinery and process equipment, GRAPHALLOY materials are self-lubricating, impervious to temperature extremes from -400 to 750 degrees Fahrenheit (-240 to 399 degrees Celsius) and thrive in harsh environments where other bearings fail. Special grades provide reliable service up to 1000 degrees Fahrenheit (538 degrees Celsius) and higher in non-oxidizing atmospheres.
FDA accepted grades of GRAPHALLOY are available for food service equipment. NSF® International has certified two grades of GRAPHALLOY material for use in municipal well pumps and water treatment plant applications.
Graphite Metallizing Corporation is ISO certified. For more information, visit us at or call 914.968.8400. ■ [/accordion_item]
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Greyline Instruments INC.

Greyline is a worldwide leader in ultrasonic instrumentation for industrial and environmental markets. We develop, manufacture,70 and market industrial flow and level monitoring instruments including ultrasonic level transmitters, flow meters, and open channel flow meters.
Greyline’s primary market is environmental—especially water and wastewater treatment systems. Customers include industry and municipalities. Modern research facilities at Greyline include closed pipe and open channel flow systems.
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Proco Products, INC.

Proco’s ProFlex® Series 700 check valve offers a unique “zero” maintenance valve which requires no man power to clean out the discharge, free jammed flap gates, remove and replace worn out hinges or pins. Our ProFlex® 700 check valves never fail to close in the event of slurry or tailings settling on the discharge side!
The simple design allows effluent to force the two opposing rubber lips apart permitting flow, yet quickly closes preventing return of tailings or slurries with as little as 1 to 2 inches of back pressure. Even at low head pressures or maximum flood conditions, the ProFlex® 700 valve will continue to provide full port flow while standing ready for the first chance of back pressure or return flow. The installation and maintenance of a ProFlex® 700 valve is trouble-free and can be installed without need for heavy equipment or electrical services.
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St. Marys Carbon

St. Marys Carbon serves a broad range of markets and industries. We produce high quality parts and products from carbon graphite, metal graphite, and electrographite, as well as resin-bonded products. With seventy-five years of diversified experience, we have become a global leader in the electro-mechanical carbon market. Some of the industries that we serve include

  • Mining
  • Automotive
  • Oil & Gas
  • Aerospace
  • Hot Glass Handling
  • Military
  • Nuclear
  • High Temperature
  • Transportation
  • Fluid Handling

St. Marys Carbon’s quick delivery times, total customer service, employee craftsmanship, and technology sets us apart from our competition. SMC is a custom provider, so no matter what industry, contact us for your application needs—we have a material to meet your specific application. ■ [/accordion_item]
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World Chemical

The YD-25A6GWN (the newest of World Chemical’s GWN series) is a unique submersible pump. It is a magnetic drive submersible pump, which means no seals or lubrication oils to contaminate the area of operation. In addition, its Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene (CFR-PP) construction allows the pump to resist even the most corrosive acids and alkalis. The pump’s lowest suction point of only 0.4 inches (10 millimeters) makes it possible to transfer the most from each tank, saving costs on expensive liquids.
The YD-25A6GWN can be used in a wide variety of applications, from foamy chemicals, pumping liquids up from breakwater / broiler rooms, and even environments where the surface layers may be frozen. Its lightweight (30 pounds) and simple (can be used anywhere with an available power source) design makes this pump an ideal choice for emergency situations, where the time to transport and install equipment is critical. ■ [/accordion_item]