It is becoming increasingly necessary to implement the same proactive approach to maintaining motors that is used to maintain the mechanical equipment that those motors drive.

In my June 2016 Pumps & Systems column (read it here), I presented the results of vibration-trending analysis o

Today, maintenance professionals are looking for better ways to evaluate machine conditions.

Today’s global installed hydropower capacity represents about 20 percent of the world’s generated electricity.

Plant operators rely on plant air pressures to maintain properly working equipment and systems.

For Seminole County Water District in Florida, high-quality drinking water—along with reliable wastewater collection and treatment—is its highest priority in serving more than 440,000 residents.

Flow meters and flow measurement have been around for thousands of years, with early versions of the instruments found as far back as the Roman Era.

The term “water hammer” is used to describe pressure surges within a piping system.

It may seem hard to believe that a majority of manufacturers are using technology that is at least 30 years old.

ExxonMobil’s Hebron platform off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, in the North Atlantic is a massive structure.

Flow measurement is a critical aspect of operations involving pumps, valves and other industrial systems.

Modern motor control technologies have surfaced that address evolving smart pumping system requirements.

It is estimated that by 2020 there will be as many as 50 billion devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) operating in the consumer and industrial world.

As interest in biogas grows, industry is paying more attention to measuring biogas flow, which has long been a challenge in process measuring technology.

Over the past half-century, there have been tremendous advancements in the efficiency and scale of conventional desalination technologies.

Today’s industrial facilities rely on power distribution systems to maintain stable and efficient operation. Plant systems have greater power demands than ever.

As 2017 commences, several new factors have come into play in Europe and around the world that have the potential to impact the U.S. pump industry’s business significantly in the coming years.

Pumps & Systems staff spoke with SEEPEX President Michael L.

Pumps & Systems staff spoke with Mark Gimson, Business Development and Marketing Manager for Singer Valve Inc., about the major trends to anticipate in 2017 that will affect the pump-r

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