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May 2017

May 2017

Even 1,000 miles away, these devices allow operators to work on the 9/11 Memorial with confidence.
As part of a project to save energy costs in its jet array system that clears sediment, the Port of Grays Harbor is saving more than 1.3 million kWh per year.
How to clean, align, install, lubricate and tighten gaskets for ideal results.
How to select the right centrifugal pump.
Surface accoustic wave (SAW) technology offers flexibility and can lower costs.
Use either condition or safety monitoring, depending on your goals.
Leveraging this expertise solves customer problems and creates a sustainable competitive advantage.
Flow control enhances efficiency and energy savings.
Parts made of these materials can help solve some common pumping problems.
Power pump performance improved with redesign of the first-stage, double-suction impeller and twin volute.
Electrical signature analysis identified a breakdown in one pump station.
New stand-alone remote monitoring and analytics solutions reduce equipment operating costs and extend service life.
Motor efficiency standards are in use today, and now the DOE has focused its rulemaking process on pumps and other components connected to motors.
Suspended granite in water required creative solutions for nuclear plant equipment.
Businesses can reap multiple benefits by using predictive maintenance techniques.
Newly published guide represents partnership with Europump
Save wiring time, complexity, space and material costs.
Remote monitoring and email or text alerts provide added system reliability.