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

Pumps & Systems staff spoke with Global Pump CEO Gino Mersino about the major industry trends and workforce challenges to anticipate in 2017.

Pumps & Systems staff spoke with Mike Sandlin, Global Product Marketing Manager, Process Division, Graco Inc., about the major trends to anticipate in 2017 and how the landscape of the

Pumps & Systems staff spoke with Aris Chicles, President, ITT Industrial Process, about the major trends to anticipate in 2017 for instrumentation, controls and monitoring, as well as

Western Oregon University has been recognized as one of the top aquatic fitness programs in the U.S.

Motor-driven roots blowers are a critical part of everyday operations for one of the nation’s leading chemical companies, which creates chemical components for vehicle tires.

Most maintenance workers are familiar with the benefits of proactive maintenance, but many challenges stand in the way of this approach.

A core objective of the undergraduate course Thermo-Fluids Design and Lab in the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at the University of Florida (UF) is for students to use a hand

Efficient operations will always be crucial for the pump industry.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way pumps and related systems are monitored and maintained.

In my last article, “Understanding Available Technology Is Necessary for Successful Vibration Monitoring” (Pumps & Systems, July 2016, read it

Editor’s Note: This article is part of an ongoing series by the author covering topics related to predictive maintenance.

Released in May 2014, the fourth edition of the American Petroleum Institute (API) Standard 682 provides guidance for monitoring the sealing systems used on pumps deployed in the petroleum, natural