Choice should be based on load, thrust, lubrication and other specific application needs.
Complicated selection process can make these common equipment items mysterious to specifiers.
Understand the basics of air-release, air/vacuum and combination valves.
Measurements aid in recognizing and remedying adverse operating conditions, including cavitation and safety issues.
Understanding the differences between these types of pumps can mean avoiding difficulties and reliability problems.
Competitive bidding induces quoting the smallest horsepower pump at the highest speed.
Identify and agree on materials and pricing
Learn how to determine if oil mist is best for specific applications and when problems are caused by human error.
Why flow measurement is critical to achieving pump system efficiency.
Defining how a mechanical seal will be used and its environment is critical for optimal operation and life.
Extra energy transmitted can produce larger sealing stress on the gasket.
Distorted waveforms can cause wasteful heat, more frequent equipment failure and added costs from increased power usage.
How a Florida wastewater reclamation plant improved dosing of sodium hypochlorite.
Consider off-gassing, leak protection and maintenance needs when choosing a pump for wastewater operations.