Posts Tagged ‘Internet’

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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An umpteen number of manufacturers facilitate pump technology searching

Thursday, May 24th, 2018 von admin

www.starpumpalliance.com a new selection portal for the pump users. The Star Pump Alliance has set itself the goal to assist professional users of pumps in selecting pump technology tailored to fit their specific applications. “Our portal offers extensive information about pump technologies as well as a tool for the individual selection of pumps with access to the product portfolios of different brands. This selector proposes to website visitors one or several suitable pump technologies for each specific application on the basis of the application characteristics the users have entered”, Kai Stegemann, General Manager of Star Pump Alliance GmbH.

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Richter, manufacturer of fluoropolymer lined pumps, launches new website

Friday, April 27th, 2018 von admin

Richter Chemie‐Technik GmbH, a global market leader of fluoropolymer lined pump and valve solutions proudly announces the launch of a new website.

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KSB puts pumps into the Internet of Things

Thursday, March 15th, 2018 von admin

At this year’s Achema, KSB is presenting a new pump monitoring system called KSB Guard. Networked vibration and temperature sensors fitted directly to the pump make availability at plant level transparent. The system ensures that changes in the operating behaviour of the machine are detected at an early stage, and maintenance work can be better planned, without having to be on site with the pump. Unlike previous systems, KSB Guard is ideally suited for retrofitting. The sensor unit is attached to the bearing bracket or the drive lantern of the pump using a magnet and adhesive, and can be mounted during operation, with no need for changes to the machine. A battery unit, which is also supplied, provides self-sufficient power supply.

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Novozymes and Grundfos kick off collaboration for clean water

Monday, December 4th, 2017 von admin

When you combine biotech with cutting-edge water technology, you might find new solutions to some of the most pressing global issues concerning water scarcity. Thereby, you can make a direct impact on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 6, aiming at securing universal access to water and sanitation by 2030.

This is the scope, when world’s leading experts in enzymes and microorganisms, Novozymes, and Grundfos, one of the leaders in advanced pump technologies, enter an open innovation collaboration.

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Wilden: New E-Commerce Store

Thursday, July 20th, 2017 von admin

Wilden, focused on air-operated double-diaphragm (AODD) pump technology, announced the launch of its new e-commerce store.

The Wilden Store provides end users with an online shopping environment. Not only can end users easily find appropriate and authentic spare parts and accessories for their Wilden pumps, but they can also find comparable Wilden pumps based on competitor part numbers.

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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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Leybold: New vacuum e-Shop worldwide online

Wednesday, October 5th, 2016 von admin

At the beginning of September coinciding with the renaming of Leybold GmbH, the brand-new e-shop of the Cologne-based company was launched. This new platform makes it even easier to select and order from the substantial range of vacuum technology products online.

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Grundfos: How is the pump doing?

Tuesday, October 4th, 2016 von admin

grundfos_pressebild_grmWells, waste water treatment plants, water reservoirs, elevated tanks, water distribution networks, collection channels, rainwater retention basins, waste water treatment plants – the water industry operates a complex network infrastructure for water supply and waster water disposal.

The high fixed costs of these infrastructures force those responsible to an intensified view of the variable costs. This can only be done by the energy efficient operation of all technical units, in particular the pump system. The basis for this is the transparency by the recording and analysis of the relevant energy data. However, pumps in small and medium-sized water treatment and sewage treatment plants generally do not operate in the view of a technician. And the distance to a central control panel makes the connection of a cable impossible from the aspect of costs.

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