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November 2018

November 2018

This approach focuses on ensuring inherent reliability.
Focus on the relationship between pump efficiency and the total dynamic head.
Predictive maintenance programs can increase the longevity of wear parts.
A variety of procedures ensure worker safety and environmental compliance.
How one utility balanced diverting water and protecting wildlife.
Achieve savings with pump efficiency testing.
Protecting packings, plungers and cylinders in piston pumps.
Select enclosures based on the environment and conditions of the installation.
Energy efficiency beyond legislative requirements.
Designing explosion-proof equipment for wastewater treatment.
Size and revolutions per minute play a key role.
Tips for identifying pumps to be tested and evaluating KPIs.
The equivalent suction lift is equal to the difference between the “vacuum effect” and the net submergence.
What you can get from a multigrade viscosity hydraulic fluid.
Advanced pump design helps avoid corrosion and leaks.
These bearings use sliding motion and a thin film of oil to provide theoretically infinite life.
These low-shear pumps are ideal for handling aggressive chemicals.
In-situ soil mixing options provide a cost-effective approach that can mitigate many perceived impacts.
Selecting the right method for real-time pump performance measurement.
Learn the differences between the HI and Wilson methods.
How this video processing method can identify problems caused by vibration.
Lev Nelik explains calculations from the Moody diagram.
Elastomeric polymer materials provide mechanical strength and self-lubricating properties required in challenging settings.