Monitoring more than just vibration is necessary to encapsulate full picture of total cost of ownership and potential savings.
Todd Loudin of Flowrox explains necessity of instrumentation for a more complete picture of pump health and potential problems.
Data analysis can help find reliable and cost-effective solutions.
Any manager can check in from a laptop, tablet or smartphone.
One new design can pump up to 80 percent solids and flows up to 450 gpm with a single 4-inch-diameter peristaltic pump.
Electrical capacitance tomography can provide real-time imagery of any pipeline.
This technology helped a facility save $20,000 in one year.
The imaging technique provides valuable data on concentration and material distribution for process industries.
Coal-burning power plants can expect higher returns by installing pinch valves in emissions scrubbers.
These pumps require regular attention, so end users should carefully consider the design options.
Because these pumps require regular attention, end users should carefully consider the design options.