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Pumps & Systems, February 2015

February 2015

Motor systems that are designed as entire packages are more reliable and affordable.
This technique can accommodate different soil conditions and project schedules.
A complete understanding of these devices can help users detect problems before equipment is damaged.
As environmental requirements become more stringent, FSA drives education and advocacy for sealing devices in the public policy arena.
Understanding the equipment’s operation and how to calculate the required size is critical.
At a Southwest mine, parallel pumping systems can be moved individually as water levels rise.
The installations manage heavy rainfalls in the Dutch countryside with a capacity of more than 100 cubic meters per minute.
This technology can tackle basic dewatering applications and precise electrowinning processes.
The Internet of Things reduces risk and increases productivity in industrial processes.
A damaged condenser vacuum pump and high temperatures put operations at risk.
Eddy current drives offer a cost-effective alternative to VFDs.
The changing properties of wastewater and other fluids can cause unexpected pump performance.
Rugged equipment reliably serves in a Texas in-situ recovery mine.

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