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December 2019

December 2019

These pumps can handle both system and liquid changes.
Tips to recognize and reduce erosion and abrasive wear
Fluid Sealing Association has more than 230 files on mechanical seals and more
The time domain data is then generally processed and displayed in a frequency spectrum that identifies vibration at specific frequencies.
The design does not use a dynamic shaft seal as a primary containment device.
Setting alarm limits and adjusting the alarm structure will help stave off inadequacies.
Use conventional and alternative methods to undertake critical practice of heat management.
Columnist Ray Hardee walks through an example of a mill's makeup water system and how it saved money.
Breaking down the new terminology connected to the industrial internet of things.
Learn what is really behind the horsepower rating on motors.
William Livoti wraps up his 2019 series on GSDs.
Design and monitor predictive analytics and ensure that auto-optimizations are effective.
Users need to ensure that their drives are efficient, reliable and—most importantly—safe.
Magnetic couplings and wet rotors are key features contributing to the technology.
Columnist Jim Elsey gives more examples of problems pumps might face and how a good salesperson would handle them.
Hold on to your curiosity as you grow older, and learn to embrace change.
These up-and-comers have been named by Pumps & Systems magazine as some of the top young professionals in the industry.