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August 2016

August 2016

Changing needs and requirements have caused pump technology to evolve.
These systems prevent a variety of possible expenses and health dangers.
Overview of a Closed-Loop Heat Exchanger Pump System
Alternative bearing options can enhance reliability and increase energy efficiency.
Pump manufacturers respond with strategies to better meet needs from construction, industry, municipal and mining segments.
Operators should investigate the pros and cons of each option to determine the best fit for their applications.
To optimize system operation, designers must match the conditions that encompass the system curve.
Design flaws cause catastrophic failure in a geothermal power station hotwell in New Zealand.
Evaluating system requirements and all available options can improve reliability, efficiency and cost.
Crunching numbers and evaluating costs are critical steps in determining the best way to maintain equipment.
Evaluating the entire system for possible improvement will help facilities lower energy use and improve reliability.
For filter press operations, this technology offers a solid solution that incorporates a number of characteristic benefits.
One unique design transmits torque across the disc pack assemblies purely by friction, helping to prevent issues associated with stress concentration, backlash and chatter.
End users must understand the conditions that lead to early bearing failure to choose the best technology for their needs.
A facility in this island nation installed new technologies to meet continuous high water demand without changing the building’s footprint.