The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is empowered by congress to review efficiency regulations for covered products every five years.
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In the industrial sector, cost is often the driving force when evaluating capital projects.
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I hope that my last column (Pumps & Systems, September 2014) provided a clea
Many industries use variable frequency drives (VFDs) with induction motors.
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For those of you old enough to remember Lawrence Welk, you’ll notice that the title of this brief column is the final quote from his show’s closing song. I am still a loyal fan of his reruns today.
Last month's column (Pumps & Systems, February 2014) reviewed the pump selection process and described how many users oversize pumps by adding design margins to account for unknown conditions present during the pump specification process.