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Chesterton Connect™ Equipment Monitoring Sensor

The Chesterton Connect™ equipment monitoring sensor is now available in a version certified for use in hazardous environments. The latest release of Chesterton’s IoT wireless monitoring product line is...
03 September 2021
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Join the Last Pump Systems Optimization Course of 2021

Pumping systems account for a significant portion of a facility’s energy use and maintenance costs in many industries. The goal of the course is to understand how to identify, minimize and reduce expenses...
02 September 2021
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NETZSCH Highlights Advanced Pumping Technology

NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC recently showcased its line of pumps for the oil industry that are ideal for upstream, midstream, and downstream applications, at the Offshore Technology Conference 2021,...
01 September 2021
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Grundfos SCALA1 Brings Intuitive Water Boosting

As homeowners increasingly look to digitalization to make their living space easier, Grundfos, a global leader in advanced pump solutions and water technology, has announced the launch of SCALA1 in Malaysia....
31 August 2021
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Not Enough Space? Tsurumi’s LB Will Make It

When space is tight in dewatering applications, the hour of compact multipurpose pumps has come. The manufacturer Tsurumi relies on technical symmetry here. They are seldom in the focus of the large m...
30 August 2021
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Bedford Pumps Moves Product Design System to Cloud

Bedford Pumps is now delivering its 3D CAD/CAM product design systems via Azure Virtual Desktop to deal with the challenges of a global hardware and computer chip shortage and a need for hybrid working...
24 August 2021
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Bran+Luebbe Pumps in Australia Gain New Distributor

Australian Fluid Handling Pty Ltd (AFH) has joined SPX Flow’s list of approved distributors for Bran+Luebbe pumps. Bran+Luebbe pumps have been used in Australia for more than 30 years, particularly in...
24 August 2021
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KSB Inc. Makes Organizational Changes

Adam Bates, Water Market Area Director of Sales at KSB Inc, now has complete responsibility for the company’s municipal water business. After joining KSB in 2017, Bates acted as Southeastern Regional Manager...
23 August 2021
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VSX Supports arche noVa’s Relief Efforts

Heavy rainfall caused severe devastation in large parts of Germany. The aid organization, arche noVa, is on mission in the disaster areas together with the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB), providing direct...
20 August 2021
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Tsurumi Pumps Featured at Tokyo Olympic Games

Tsurumi Pumps were recently used in a canoe slalom event at the Tokyo Olympic Games. In total, there were 15 submersible pumps being used to pump the water and create turbulence for the event. Three of...
19 August 2021