Shifting trends in water use and changing sewage composition cause complex problems for the world's sewer systems.
As the oil and gas sector struggles to rebound from an unstable market, companies are doing what they can to adapt and adjust to a shifting landscape.
With no mechanical seals to replace or maintain, these pumps provide a cost-effective option for hygienic applications.
Pump industry associations anticipate a year of new initiatives and educational programs for end users.
Minimize the damage caused by common mode noise.
One food processing plant saved energy and simplified maintenance by replacing a surface system.
Federal Reserve action and emerging market weakness will also impact equipment manufacturers.
Around the U.S. and the world, governments are embracing systems that help conserve water without relying on new aquifer and reservoir sources.
Pump system professionals must be aware of new rules to adapt to an evolving marketplace.
Facilities predominantly using these drives may face concern from power utility companies.