Posts Tagged ‘Blackmer’

Top 10 posts on Δ p Global Online in August 2018

Saturday, September 1st, 2018 von admin

The actual Top 10 posts on Δ p GLOBAL Online:

  1. Prüftechnik Technical Paper: How to – Vibration Analysis
  2. Seepex Technical Paper: API 676 compliance of progressive cavity pumps
  3. Sulzer at Power-Gen Asia 2018
  4. Netzsch: Rotary lobe pump combined with macerator enables collagen production
  5. Grisworld: Affinity Laws help govern the performance of centrifugal pumps
  6. KSB: Pumps cut power consumption at Palazzo Grassi in Venice
  7. Blackmer: Challenges With Shaft Alignment In Chemical-Transfer Applications?
  8. VDMA: International Rotating Equipment Conference 2019
  9. Allweiler: New compact centrifugal pumps for marine applications
  10. Allweiler: Three-screw pump for high-pressure machine tool coolant service

The actual Top 10 posts on  Δ p Online in German:

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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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Blackmer celebrates 115 years in the pump industry

Monday, June 18th, 2018 von admin

“Through our 115-year history, Blackmer has made a commitment to providing unparalleled product performance, superior service and support, innovation, and a commitment to total customer satisfaction,” said Bob Lauson, Blackmer General Manager.

“It is this commitment that has made Blackmer one of the market leaders in our industry. Celebrating 115 years in business is a testament to the dedication shown by both our employees and channel partners.”

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Top 10 posts on Δ p Global Online in December 2017

Monday, January 1st, 2018 von admin

The actual Top 10 posts on Δ p GLOBAL Online:

  1. Pump Engineer – Study Courses 2018 in German and English
  2. Allweiler: The basis of rotary positive displacement pump technology
  3. Lewa: Follow-up order of another 20 pumps to Saudi Arabia
  4. KSB: New mag-drive pump for process engineering applications
  5. Bestsens: Monitor your pump online – at any time, at any place
  6. Blackmer: How screw pumps work
  7. Sulzer: New inline single stage centrifugal pump range
  8. KSB: Pumps for Brazilian cellulose production
  9. Richter expanded RMA series
  10. JEC: Technical Paper: New hygenic twin screw pumps

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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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An ‘alignment free’ pump

Wednesday, November 29th, 2017 von admin

It is imperative that pumping systems are designed and operated in a way that reduces the amount of harmful stress placed on components. One area that has been difficult to achieve and maintain is shaft alignment. Failure to properly align a pump’s mating shafts will eventually lead to challenges associated with shaft fatigue and failure, resulting in compromised pumping-system uptime, reliability and safety. This can then result in costly maintenance or even knock the pump out of service and halt production.

Focused on this problem, Blackmer developed GNX Series sliding vane pumps, which are called by the manufacturer “industry’s first alignment-free”. It is a reduced-speed pump for use in both portable and stationary applications.

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Top 10 posts on Δ p Global Online in May 2017

Thursday, June 1st, 2017 von admin

The actual Top 10 posts on Δ p GLOBAL Online:

  1. KSB: New drives reduce variant complexity of pumps
  2. Blackmer: Screw Pumps for Bitumen Transfer Applications
  3. Gather: From laboratory to production via pilot plant
  4. Sulzer: Key Safety Pumps for the Kilpilahti Power Plant
  5. KSB takes action against brand and trademark infringers
  6. KSB France opens major service centre in Aix-en-Provence
  7. Achema 2018: Call for Papers for Congress and Praxisforums
  8. Siemens: Digitalization package for next motor generation
  9. KSB motors IE5 classified
  10. Flotronic: The One-Nut Design for hygienic AODD   

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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.

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Blackmer: Heavy duty sliding vane pumps for industrial applications

Thursday, March 16th, 2017 von admin

The new GNX and GNXH Series Sliding Vane Pumps are designed to handle a wide range of non-corrosive, non-abrasive industrial liquids and petroleum products. Manufactured with a large operating range, these pumps offer high flows and high pressure. They are currently available in 2- and 2.5-inch flanged port sizes. Larger 3- and 4-inch flanged port sizes will be released later this year. Combined, these sizes provide flow capacities ranging from 20 to 500 gpm (76 to 1,893 l/min) at working pressures up to 175 psi (12.1 bar).

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Rick Foster Receives Standards Award from Hydraulic Institute

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016 von admin

Blackmer_HI-Award_Rick-FosterRick Foster, Director of Engineering at Blackmer, was recently presented with a Standards Award from the Hydraulic Institute (HI). Foster received the award in recognition and appreciation of his outstanding contributions to the development of ANSI/HI Pump Standards and guidelines published in 2015.

“Without the efforts of dedicated volunteers like Rick and the support of our member companies and partners, we would not be able to publish these important industry references,” said Michael Michaud, Executive Director of HI. “We value Rick’s contributions to the Institute and this is a well-deserved award.”

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