The BP series from HRS Heat Exchangers is a purpose-designed, hydraulically-operated, reciprocating, positive-displacement pump, with an expanding cavity on the suction side and a decreasing cavity on the discharge side.
Since 2008, a Municipal Utility District (MUD) in Texas has worked with Less Watts, Inc. (LWI), a company that specializes in motor reliability and power quality testing for the water and wastewater industry. LWI supports Metropolitan Utility Districts by providing motor acceptance testing, commissioning, and condition monitoring services. When one of the booster stations managed by the Harris County MUD was upgrading its pumps and motors, Stephen Hogue from LWI was asked to perform acceptance testing.Read More
Traditional product-based selling is giving way to solution-based selling as the European positive displacement (PD) pumps market experiences a surge in partnerships among Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) as well as Automation and IT sectors.
Every day industrial workers transfer potentially hazardous chemicals, such as solvents, acetones, lubricants, cleansers, and acids, from large drums into smaller containers, or into machinery. This transfer of chemicals at the point of use, however, can have serious consequences when manual “tip-and-pour” techniques or poorly designed pumps are used.
Grand Rapids, MI-based Blackmer, part of PSG, a Dover company and maker of positive displacement, regenerative turbine and centrifugal pump, and reciprocating compressor technologies, has announced that it is celebrating its 115-year anniversary in 2018.
One nuclear power generating facility, located in the Northeastern U.S., relies on four vertical service water pumps to feed water to a heat exchanger which cools the sealed ultrapure water/steam that drives the turbine generators. Read More