Archive for the ‘Pump Technology’ Category

4 Reasons to choose AODD pumps for chemical processes

Thursday, September 20th, 2018 von admin

Technical paper by Erik Solfelt:

Thanks to its simple yet innovative design, the AODD pump has proven to be able to consistently meet the demands of chemical processors while building a reputation as a go-to pumping technology where basic fluid-transfer capabilities are required. The AODD pump, which possesses a stable of notable operational characteristics, has become a first-choice technology for chemical manufacturers who are searching for a pump that meshes cost-conscious air consumption with reliable and safe production rates.

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New Line of Cast Stainless Steel Air Operated Diaphragm Pumps

Tuesday, September 4th, 2018 von admin

Crane ChemPharma & Energy developed a new generation of air operated double diaphragm (AODD) pumps. The line named Depa DH is manufactured in cast stainless steel (316L). This new range will include five sizes that are certified to Atex Zone 0 and five that are certified to Atex Zone 1.

The DH pumps are developed for operations within industrial and chemical applications. Acc. a company’s information “the Depa DH pump features an optimized pump design that can improve efficiency by up to 57% and increase flow rate by up to 10%.”

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Challenges With Shaft Alignment In Chemical-Transfer Applications?

Friday, August 17th, 2018 von admin

Technical paper by Geoff VanLeeuwen

Shaft misalignment can result in compromised pumping-system uptime, reliability and safety. Blackmer offers a solution with its new alignment-free GNX Series sliding vane pumps.

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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.

 

 

 

Technical Paper: API 676 compliance of progressive cavity pumps

Friday, August 3rd, 2018 von admin

Owing to their operating principle and their roots in waste water treatment, Progressive Cavity Pumps (PCP) come with typical deviations against petrochemical standard API 676. Some of these deviations are inevitable, others can be healed. It is a preservative headache and topic of discussion for project engineers to understand and identify which of these deviations are relevant, critical or acceptable for their project.

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AODD pump with detachable mounting foot

Tuesday, July 31st, 2018 von admin

The new 6 mm (1/4”) Velocity Series AODD pump offers a detachable mounting foot providing adaptable mounting capabilities. Thanks to this design, the Wilden Velocity Series pump can quickly and easily be reoriented by loosening a single screw.

This design provides the user with multiple mounting options while allowing the pump to perfectly fit into restricted spaces, a critical consideration for OEM systems and skids.

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New hygienic container pump

Monday, July 30th, 2018 von admin

For the production of cosmetics and pharmaceutical products as well as for the processing of foodstuffs, a special thoroughness and cleanliness must be ensured to consumers. When using hygienic pumps, the operator expects besides a high system availability and low maintenance requirement an absolutely perfect hygienic and easy to clean design.

The B70V SanitaryPlus barrel pump has a one-piece joint-free drive shaft and is consistently without threads in the hydraulic area. Just a few components reduce the assembly and dismantling times for approx. 80 % as well significantly reduce the cleaning effort.

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Improved Bluetooth Monitoring Solution

Friday, July 27th, 2018 von admin

The i-Alert2 sensor upgrade improves

  • battery performance,
  • enable programmable monitoring intervals to detect faster transient fault conditions,
  • and expand monitoring coverage to large slow-speed pumps.

“These continuous improvements and portfolio expansion, driven by our users’ feedback, provide customers greater flexibility when using our state-of-the-art Bluetooth monitoring solution,” said David Malinas, President of ITT Industrial Process.

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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.

Centrifugal Pumps in the production of frozen bakery products

Tuesday, July 24th, 2018 von admin

Technical paper by Susanne Suttrop

Committed to their slogan – Coppenrath & Wiese – Where else can you get quality like this? –  the company has earned a reputation in the field of frozen desserts that has been solidly anchored in the consciousness of consumers for more than 40 years (Fig. 1). But a slogan alone is not enough to satisfy customers if not simultaneously associated with reliably high quality products. That is why the company insists not only on high quality, fresh ingredients and skilled, talented employees but advanced production processes as well.

With a daily production volume of 3.3 million rolls as well as more than 200,000 various tortes, failure of even one component can lead to significant financial losses. For this reason, the company’s expectations for high-quality production systems are just as high as the expectations of consumers for outstanding products.

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