Archive for the ‘Δ p Video Channel’ Category

Vacuum for life

Monday, November 26th, 2018 von admin

Vacuum technology can be found everywhere in our daily life – often without us being aware of it.

Thanks to vacuum technology, using our mobile phone or wearing glasses to see better is natural to us. Even our groceries would not have the same high quality level without vacuum technology. Pfeiffer Vacuum offers comprehensive solutions that are vital for the production of these and many other products of our daily life.

How to Measure Total Dynamic Head

Monday, November 5th, 2018 von admin

In this “Centrifugal Pump Minute” video, James Farley, Griswold Product Manager, discusses total dynamic head, and its importance when assessing a pumps performance in the field. Using the Griswold test lab, James shows the difference in measuring discharge pressure versus measuring differential pressure.

Mobile horizontal eccentric screw pumps

Thursday, October 18th, 2018 von admin

The B70H is a variation of the B70V by Lutz and is designed for the horizontal use on a trolley. It can be used in situations where the B70V comes across space limits or limits of handling and thus completes the range of eccentric screw pumps with a mobile version.

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Affinity Law RPM

Sunday, September 16th, 2018 von admin

In this edition of the Centrifugal Pump Minute, the specialists of Grisworld take a look at the Affinity Laws that help govern the performance of your centrifugal pumps. This video focuses on the Affinity Law that can be used to predict pump performance when changing speeds.

Affinity Laws help govern the performance of centrifugal pumps

Thursday, August 16th, 2018 von admin

In this latest edition of the Centrifugal Pump Minute, the specialists of Grisworld take a look at the Affinity Laws that help govern the performance of your centrifugal pumps.

Learn how to easily estimate a pump’s performance when the impeller diameter is changed.

 

 

 

Centrifugal Pump Minute

Friday, July 27th, 2018 von admin

Griswold has developed an educational video blog called the “Centrifugal Pump Minute.”

The first video is about Determining available system NPSHA. James Farley, Griswold Product Manager, reviews how to determine available system NPSHA for a pump that is installed and operational. Using the calculation needed to determine NPSHA, James presents example tests that will establish system performance and possible pump cavitation.

Turning data into value: optimizing pipeline profitability

Monday, June 4th, 2018 von admin

The Blue Box by Sulzer is a set of software services leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT) for asset optimization and real-time predictive maintenance. Using Sulzer’s Advanced Analytics Engine, Blue Box encompasses the capabilities of data capture, integration, visualization and big data analytics tied together for the explicit purpose of improving the reliability, efficiency and performance of physical assets. It also includes the concepts of condition monitoring, predictive forecasting and real-time actionable insights through remote process transparency. All data analysis components including data modeling, real-time predictive analytics and machine learning are performed in the Sulzer secure cloud platform. Further, this cloud-based solution simplifies regulatory compliance with a minimal IT footprint and was designed to be easily scalable.

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Barrel pump for food, pharmaceutical and cometics industry

Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 von admin

This new YouTube video shows the new hygienic pump Lutz B70V SanitaryPlus and its options in assembly/disassembly and cleaning

www.lutz-pumpen.de

How screw pumps work

Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 von admin

Blackmer is showing in YouTube videos how its S Series

  • twin screw pumps and
  • triple screw pumps

are working. Offered with or without external timing gears and bearings, the S Series pumps are self-priming, double-ended positive displacement pumps.

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Predictive Maintenance for Process Control

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016 von admin

Manufacturing, utilities, and oil & gas companies have been gathering troves of raw data since well before the Internet of Things was a thing. For decades, machines like pumps have collected big analog data about voltage, motion, sound, acceleration, vibration, and more at the farthest reaches of the network. But industries have never had the compute power and technology to process that data and turn it into real-time, data-driven decisions at the “edge” (on premise, away from the data center and closer to the “things”) —until now.

An example of predictive and preventative maintenance solutions that can be delivered in the real world using NI’s PXI and sensors on a Flowserve industrial pump can be found here.

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