Posts Tagged ‘Tapflo’

Top 10 posts on Δ p Global Online in March 2017

Saturday, April 1st, 2017 von admin

The actual Top 10 posts on Δ p GLOBAL Online:

  1. Wilo celebrates start of construction works in Dubai
  2. KSB: New variable speed system for HVAC applications
  3. Tapflo: New distribution point in Australia
  4. Wilden: AODD Pumps now available in Ductile Iron
  5. Inpro: Bearing Isolator for Pumps
  6. Sulzer completes acquisition of Ensival Moret
  7. KBL: A Step towards Food Sufficiency
  8. Daurex: An evolution of progressing cavity pumps
  9. Hermetic: 1 meter shaft = 15 meters immersion depth
  10. Grundfos delivers continued increase in profitability

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

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Top 10 posts on Δ p Global Online in February 2017

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 von admin

The actual Top 10 posts on Δ p GLOBAL Online:

  1. KSB: New high-efficiency circulators for OEMs
  2. Sulzer completes acquisition of Ensival Moret
  3. Hermetic: 1 meter shaft = 15 meters immersion depth
  4. Wilden: AODD Pumps now available in Ductile Iron
  5. Tapflo: New distribution point in Australia
  6. KSB: New variable speed system for HVAC applications
  7. Wilo celebrates start of construction works in Dubai
  8. Open University Study Programme for Pump Engineers
  9. Flowserve: Seal Failure Analysis App
  10. Daurex: An evolution of progressing cavity pumps

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

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Tapflo: New distribution point in Australia

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017 von admin

Tapflo Group introduced Green Process, Vic, Australia, as the new distribution point. Green Process is Oceania’s leading provider of mechanical equipment and engineering solutions for municipal and industrial water and wastewater applications.

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Tapflo: Newly developed pump for sterile applications

Monday, July 1st, 2013 von admin

zsswq19shzlurizfbs7wThe new Tapflo pump series is certified by EHEDG, the European Hygienic Engineering Design Group.   The aseptic pump series will come in three sizes. The first to be launched is the smallest, with a maximum flow of 425 litres per minute.

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