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

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

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

Structural vibration can be a problem with most machines, particularly with vertical turbine pumps.

Technology has reached the point where most of the world’s information can be accessed on a mobile phone within seconds.

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.

As corporate citizens, businesses must evaluate their impact on the environment and assess how their product applications affect the communities in which they operate and serve.

Take us through what we know and don’t know about the federal government’s pump efficiency regulations, their impact and what we can expect this year.

Pumps & Systems staff spoke with William C.

Pumps & Systems staff spoke with John Malinowski, Senior Manager of Industry Affairs at Baldor Electric Company, about the major trends to anticipate in 2017 relating to federal govern

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

Many users have replaced worn-out motors on older pumps. Close-coupled pump motors made before late 2010 did not have a regulated efficiency.

Q. What primary and secondary containment considerations are recommended for canned motor pumps?

An overlap between 460 and 4,000 volts exists where multiple types of motors and starters are readily available. The question, though, is which one is better?

The objective of this month’s column is to show end users how to hydraulically evaluate their pump systems and determine the power required for the drivers to move the desired flow through the pipi

Worldwide, private and public enterprises are seeking to become more “green” in their operations, either by regulatory mandate or by conscientious choice.

For motors used in the U.S., the selection of an energy-efficient instead of premium-efficient motor is no longer an option. The U.S.

For a large pump package, a medium-voltage motor (above 1,000 volts) incurs significant cost. For this reason, many users ask a common question: How can motor cost be reduced?

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