Skid Systems

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Dealer of the Month February 2010

The Chem-Feed skid system is a versatile, lightweight skid system.

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Disinfectant Flexibility

Dual chemical injection capability provides flexibility

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Mark Slusher is VP of marketing for EMEC Americas, Inc. Slusher can be reached at 978.386.0000 or by e-mail at mark.slusher@emecamericas.com.

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February 8, 2010
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21455

Peristaltic Metering Pump

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November 2009

Benefits of the Flex-Pro A4 include: outputs to 171 gph, 1000:1 turndown ratio and continuous feed, output pressure ratings to 125 psi/8.6 Bar, automated PPM dosing, operator-friendly digital touchpad with menu-driven software, no-maintenance brushless variable speed motor, patented tube failure detection system and heavy-duty single-piece rotor. LCD displays motor speed, input signal values and service and alarm status.

The Right Pump for the Job

The versatility of hydraulic submersible pumps

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David Handy is location manager for Griffin Dewatering. Handy can be reached at 866.770.8100 or by e-mail at gpe@griffinpump.com.

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January 28, 2009
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20081

Minimizing Lifecycle Costs

Selecting an energy-efficient pumping system

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Robert K. Asdal is executive director of the Hydraulic Institute. Asdal can be reached at 973.267.9700.

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October 24, 2008
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19753

Pumps on the Jobsite

Pumps aid with dust control for residential development

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Kirsten Petersen is marketing coordinator and technical writer for Thompson Pump & Mfg. Petersen can be reached at 386.944.4145 or by e-mail at kpetersen@thompsonpump.com.

Activation Date: 
February 4, 2008
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18926

Peristaltic Pumps: Not Just for Labs Anymore

New designs offer higher flow rates and pressure capacities

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Jaime Schaub is product manager in the Fluid Handling business group at Cole-Parmer, proprietary distributor of Masterflex peristaltic pumps and tubing. She can be reached at 847.327.5919, or by e-mail at jschaub@coleparmer.com.

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November 1, 2006
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17439

Metering Pump Selection

Weighing the pros and cons of diaphragm and peristaltic metering pumps

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Robin Gledhill is president of Blue-White Industries, Huntington Beach, Calif. Gledhill has been with Blue-White for more than 35 years and has had many years of hands-on experience in pump motor assembly, pump assembly and pump testing. Additional information is available at 714.893.8529, or by e-mail at sales@blue-white.com.

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April 1, 2006
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16868

What Happens When a Pump No Longer Operates at Optimum Conditions?

Efficient operation of effluent pumps at water and wastewater treatment plants is critical. These days, with energy costs skyrocketing, inefficiency in pumps operation presents real and significant challenges to the plant management.

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For more information on energy optimization contact the author at www.PumpingMachinery.com or call 770-310-0866

Dr. Nelik has 30 years experience with pumps and pumping equipment. He is a Registered Professional, with over fifty publications on pumps and related equipment. He is a President of Pumping Machinery, LLC company, specializing in pump consulting, training, and equipment troubleshooting. He teaches pump training courses, and consults on pumps operations and troubleshooting, engineering aspects of centrifugal and positive displacement pumps, maintenance methods to improve reliability, energy savings, and optimize pump-to-system operation.

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January 1, 2006
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16656

Out Here, Failure is Not an Option

Equipment reliability is a must in small towns like Dunn Center, N.D., where Goulds Pumps turbines and Aquavar controllers are in demand.

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James Bratton is advertising and communications manager for Goulds Pumps, ITT Industries. He can be reached at 315.568.7659, or by e-mail at james.bratton@itt.com.

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January 1, 2006
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16586