DOE rules since 1992 have impacted the U.S. motor market.
Modern real-time monitoring allowed this plant to drastically improve its reliability strategy.
Oil shear technology enables remote actuation of stormwater drainage pumps and reduces downtime associated with maintenance.
These technologies can help make maintenance more efficient and effective.
Small design modifications can eliminate chemical compatibility and temperature concerns.
The Western European nation has 20 mobile diesel-driven pumps on standby, ready to assist in national and international emergencies.
One new design can pump up to 80 percent solids and flows up to 450 gpm with a single 4-inch-diameter peristaltic pump.
Emergency dewatering equipment was deployed to handle the aftermath of the estimated 6.9 trillion gallons of rainwater dumped on Louisiana in August.
Denver’s Coors Field replaced old chopper pumps in its underground vault to better manage runoff, potential flooding and the 200,000 gallons used for cleaning.