Industrial equipment is an expensive preliminary expenditure that is followed by an inherent operational and maintenance support cost.
Known as the “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” Minnesota takes its environment and its water resources seriously.
A harmonic sound coming from within a pump station is not the sound municipal sewer system operators want to hear.
A large portion of the pipes, pumps, valves and other water infrastructure operating in the U.S. today dates back to the 1940s or earlier.
A hydraulic pump directly coupled with a servomotor is an energy-efficient solution that delivers highly dynamic performance with double-digit energy savings typical.
Every year, air operated double diaphragm (AODD) pump users spend thousands on electricity, replacement parts and labor because they dry run their pumps.
Manually managing a water system can be difficult, especially with population growth and limited resources.
Columns and Blogs
CHICAGO (April 16, 2013) – The week of April 16, I was in Chicago covering three industry events for Pumps & Systems . The first event on April 16 was Grundfos’ groundbreaking ceremony for its new North American headquarters in Downers Grove.
Pump System Optimization
In today’s uncertain economy, keeping pumping systems and stations operating at their optimum capability is vital. However, many organizations responsible for this crucial task do not perform regular health checks on their pump systems.
Manually managing a water system can be difficult, especially with population growth and limited resources. Saving time and money are common challenges for utilities.