Columnist Jim Elsey gives more examples of problems pumps might face and how a good salesperson would handle them.
Columnist Jim Elsey identifies the top 50 things you need to be successful.
Winter is coming. Can you ensure the life extension and reliability of your pump parts?
Jim Elsey shares tips to avoid problems with net positive suction head
Jim Elsey explains why you can't just wish and hope for pump performance.
Jim Elsey shares 4 more stories from the pump twilight zone
Jim Elsey on the mysteries of the twilight zone
Why you should be worried about a few bubbles
Does your pump have an alignment problem? Part 2
NSS describes relationship between speed, flow rate and NPSHr of impeller
Deciding between placing this equipment on the suction or discharge side of the pump.
Jim Elsey's tips on addressing cavitation.
The equivalent suction lift is equal to the difference between the “vacuum effect” and the net submergence.
Don’t mistake suction pressure for NPSHa.
Don't forget to take vapor pressure into consideration.
Learn the difference between suction lift and flooded suction.
The first of a five-part NPSH primer series.
Jim Elsey helps you avoid common centrifugal pump mistakes
Learn the difference between viscosity and shear.
Avoid cavitation with calculations and a focus on this aspect of the pumped fluid.
Pumps can last for decades when operated correctly.
Follow these steps to halt the secret destroyer of pumps
How air is introduced into the system?
Common Pumping Mistakes
These are the answers to the ANSI pump quiz that was published in the September 2017 issue.
Common Pumping Mistakes