Industrial Pump Manufacturers

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There are dozens of different industrial pumps types used in hundreds of different applications. But which one is right for you? First, we recommend using our pump types guide to determine the right equipment for your job.

Once you have an idea of the type you’re looking for -  it’s time to connect with an industrial pump manufacturer. By analyzing your system parameters, such as head, flow, elevation and fluid characteristics the manufacturer can determine the most appropriate pump to minimize maintenance costs.

More information about industrial pumps:

Industrial pumps are used in hundreds of different applications including water, wastewater, oil and petrochemicals, industrial chemicals, sludge, slurry, liquid food processing and many more. To accommodate all these applications there are dozens of different types, including both positive displacement and centrifugal pumps.

Some examples of positive displacement pumps include: piston, diaphragm, and screw pumps.

A few example centrifugal pumps used for industrial applications are: end suction, vertical turbine, ANSI process, horizontal split, any others.

Expert Advice

Article explores some of the key principles behind positive displacement pumps and what makes them different from centrifugal pumps.

Understanding a few key factors before buying a vertical turbine pump can prevent unnecessary maintenance costs. Author provides some advice when shopping for and installing the pumps motor, discharge head, bowl assembly, and column & lineshaft.

Author explains the reasons why it's important to determine the right pump type and size when evaluating a pump for a slurry application.

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Industry Updates

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The Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation bought DW Pumps, a pump rental company in Northern California. DW specializes in industrial, municipal and construction pump solutions for customers on the West Coast.

Dover Corporation recently announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the Maag Group, a pump manufacturer headquartered in Zurich Switzerland.

In a move that combines two of the biggest players in water and fluid products systems, Pentair recently announced that it’s combining its operations with Tyco's flow control business. The Associated Press reported that the deal is worth about $4.53 billion.

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Pump Tweets

Fluid Dynamics, a division of Neptune Chemical Pump, announces that its dynaJET™ Dry Polymer Preparation technology can now be used in oil-and-gas production applications as a way of maximizing the recoverable resources found in mature wells.

Frost & Sullivan has honored NETZSCH Pumps & Systems with the 2011 Best Practice Award for increased customer benefit. NETZSCH's customer focus and product innovation were a few key factors in winning the award. NETZSCH is a leading manufacturer of progressive cavity pumps, screw pumps, lobe pumps, metering pumps and other equipment.

Colfax introduces an online energy savings calculator for oil and gas industry pump applications. The calculator allows head-to-head comparisons between centrifugal pumps and rotary positive displacement pumps in both single and multiple pump applications. Check it out at the Colfax website.

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