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January 2017

January 2017

More than 30 industry leaders answered key questions about the pump marketplace in 2017. The Pumps & Systems editorial team selected excerpts from their responses to help you prepare for the new year.
One application used a pump flow algorithm in place of a conventional flow meter to protect pumps in parallel operation.
The flow measurement solution provides valuable data and visibility of hydronic cooling performance.
Many of these factors relate to the ongoing instability in various parts of Europe, but in today’s interconnected global economy, innumerable current events and trends can impact the marketplace.
Pumps played a key role in the facility’s energy efficiency improvements.
Bundling technologies leads to enhanced system efficiency for a Connecticut water supply.
The rating means they were tested under 3 feet of water for 30 minutes and continued to run properly.
With large numbers of people retiring in the coming years, the industry is emphasizing training opportunities more than ever.
If the old saying “Build something better and people will buy it” is correct, then a new bearing housing design will be of interest to those focused on reliability.
Michael Michaud, executive director of the Hydraulic Institute, spoke with Pumps & Systems about how end users can prepare for new Department of Energy rules and policies.
Understanding the manufacturing process that produced the equipment, as well as the production and cleaning processes for which the equipment is used, is vital for efficient operation.
Are you ready for 2017?