Archive for the ‘Shipbuilding’ Category

Δ p Global Yearbook 2017 is coming soon

Monday, October 23rd, 2017 von admin

Have a short preview on Δ p Global Yearbook 2017

  • Vertical gearmotors in pump stations
  • Improvements & Cost Reduction of Chamber Filter Press Feed
  • A new standard in self-priming pump technology
  • The basis of rotary positive displacement pump technology
  • Tradition, innovation, globality – pump technology for over 165 years
  • Tailor-made Slurry Pumping Solutions
  • API-all-steel coupling with optimised performance
  • The One-Nut Design for hygienic AODD
  • From laboratory to production via pilot plant
  • Adaptation artists even at high hygiene demands
  • Bubble-free filling of oil dampers
  • Pump retrofitting as an alternative
  • Magnetically coupled twin screw pump acc. API 676
  • Wide variety of of displacement pumps
  • What Will the Pump of the Future Look Like?
  • Multiphase pump installation allowing wells to come back to production
  • Chromatography process and buffer in-line dilution combined
  • Optimizing critical transfer tasks
  • Standardised pump technology simplifies servicing in beneficiation plant
  • Energy efficient pump system for water supply
  • Advantages of oil-free backing pumps
  • Metering pumps optimise cathode materials for lithium batteries
  • Oscillating Displacement Pumps for Extraction with Carbon Dioxide
  • Clean vacuum for pilot plants in chemical and pharmaceutical industry
  • New generation of hygienic twin screw pumps

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Blackmer: Screw Pumps for Bitumen Transfer Applications

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017 von admin

Traditionally used as a cement binder for hot-slab paving, liquid bitumen must be handled at very high temperatures in order to keep it at a workable viscosity. However, even at high temperatures liquid bitumen can be an extremely viscous and shear-sensitive product. Therefore, shipyard operators and tanker owners demand a pumping technology that has been specifically designed to transfer highly viscous liquids over great distances. Realizing the importance for pumping equipment that feature the design and performance characteristics required for transferring highly viscous liquids, Blackmer offers its S Series Twin Screw models for these marine applications.


Hapag Lloyd chooses electronic pump control from Colfax

Wednesday, April 8th, 2015 von admin

Hapag Lloyd will equip ships of the 13,200-TEU Hamburg Express class and other vessels with the CM-1000® pump control system. The CM-1000 system controls the flow rates of seawater cooling pumps based on the temperature of the fresh water and the current need for coolant. As a result, the amount of seawater pumped into the seawater cooler matches requirements, saving electrical power on board the ship.


Colfax: Pump Monitoring for Intelligent Sea Water Cooling

Friday, September 12th, 2014 von admin

cm-1000 (2)The pump monitoring system CM-1000 Series is now available with a new active valve control functionality. This option delivers energy savings of potentially up to 85 percent. It also reduces maintenance by up to 50 percent and provides safer operation, short term return-on-investment and long term savings for total ownership.


KSB: Cruise ship ‘Europa 2’ equipped

Tuesday, October 8th, 2013 von admin

KSB_Pumpe_Europa2The KSB Group has supplied 70 pumps and around 700 butterfly valves to the new cruise ship Europa 2 run by Hamburg-based cruise ship organiser, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises. The pumps’ spectrum of applications is varied and ranges from cooling the drives in the submerged pods to transporting seawater in ballast systems, supplying fire-fighting systems and handling fresh water, service water, waste water and sewage.