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August 2018

August 2018

Ensure pump startup runs smoothly by avoiding common mistakes.
While centrifugal pumps have been the first choice, screw pumps have their own advantages.
Research shows how energy targets can be achieved.
Hydraulic Institute explains how to develop and implement an assessment team.
How an aftermarket pump rebuilder joined a California county to engineer a cost-effective upgrade.
How oil producers can get the most accurate, detailed flow data possible.
Using data to maximize petrochemical and pipeline reliability and efficiency.
LPS technology uses static field of injectable sealant and separate air flush.
See how these rotodynamic pumps work in water transport and irrigation.
How condensate pumps, condenser circulating pumps and boiler circulating pumps are used.
Learn what features to look for in variable frequency drives.
Targeted maintenance of BWCPs will help reliability and longevity.
Consider updating to bearing protectors and cartridge seals.
System saves cost and time during hot summer months.
Learn the difference between suction lift and flooded suction.
Calculate and optimize clearance to lower vibration and running noise.
Optimized pumps ease the day-to-day process for university cogeneration facilities.
William Livoti prepares end users for dealing with EPC firms.
Find out which bearings are good candidates for this maintenance strategy.
Decreased vibration and increased seal life are among the benefits.
Petersen took the reins from long-time leader Dara Childs and is preparing for TPS 2018.
Ray Hardee continues his explanation of process safety management.
How oil and gas facilities can manage assets.
Learn the ins and outs of these rotating machinery components.