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ESA Offers Free Online Training on Compression Packing

The European Sealing Association (ESA) is offering a new online training course on compression packing. Designed as an introduction to this method of sealing, the course aims to help engineers, technicians...
27 July 2021
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WMFTG Makes Major Investments in Manufacturing Capacity

A combination of strong market demand and global expansion at Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG) has resulted in significant investments in manufacturing capacity for several of the Group’s businesses....
27 July 2021
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New Ram Guard from Tsurumi Makes Pumps Safer

The pump manufacturer Tsurumi now offers an impact cover that protects the build-in water level sensor even in the event of massive force. The installation is very simple: loosen the two screws of the...
26 July 2021
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Grundfos Partners with Barghest Building Performance

Grundfos, a global leader in advanced pump solutions and water technology, and Barghest Building Performance (BBP), a Singapore-based energy efficiency technology provider, have signed a memorandum of...
22 July 2021
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HI & VMA Present Virtual Market Outlook Workshop

Hydraulic Institute (HI) and The Valve Manufacturers Association of America (VMA) have announced the 2021 Virtual Market Outlook Workshop, taking place virtually, August 5-6. The Market Outlook Workshop...
21 July 2021
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Landia’s New AirJet Aeration Mixing System

Industrial effluent treatment plant specialists, FLI CAP Technology have brought in Landia’s AirJet aeration system to a major dairy products manufacturer in the North West of England. A retrofit installation,...
20 July 2021
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New Plant Comes Online Early with Help from Celeros FT

A new salt extraction plant off the north coast of Holland has been brought online ahead of schedule, averting a major halt in production when the existing well developed issues. Frisia Zout BV, part of...
20 July 2021
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Novel Plastic Composite Pipe Prevents Diffusion

With storage capacities of around six billion cubic meters of natural gas, RAG Austria AG is the largest gas and thus energy storage company in Austria. Delivered gas is temporarily stored in depleted...
16 July 2021
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Pump Selection Can Affect Total Cost of Ownership

While considerations should be made on the total cost of ownership (TCO) when specifying a pump, the most important criteria should be that it is fit for purpose, to ensure optimal productivity. Selecting...
16 July 2021
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Sundyne Appoints New C&I Market Strategy Leader

Sundyne, a global leader in the design and manufacture of mission critical pumps & compressors, recently announced that David McMahon has joined the company as C&I Market Strategy Leader. In this...
15 July 2021