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  • Pump Out Energy Loss

    Review the total pumping system to lower electricity bills significantly

    Ven V. Venkatesan, Energy Columnist
  • Pump Performance: Kayo Cavitation

    Checking pump performance curves is one of the first steps in troubleshooting a centrifugal pump problem or seeing if a pump can handle new service conditions. Learn to look for more than just insufficient NPSHA, the common culprit, when investigating cavitation.

    Andrew Sloley, contributing editor
  • Pump Purchasing 201

    Not-so-common tips you should know before making a pump decision.

    Craig Redmond, P.E.
  • Pump Start-Ups

    There are only three things we need to do to start a pump.

    Ross Mackay
  • Pump Up Energy Savings

    Motors and pumping systems often offer ample opportunities

    Eric Huston, SKF
  • Pumping Temperature Considerations

    "Bad actor" pumps are those pumps that have trouble with frequent and repetitive failures. In many cases, the source of the problem is an ANSI pump trying valiantly to handle a liquid well beyond the range of its design rating.of 300 degs. F.

    Ross Mackay
  • Pumps benefit from a vane effort

    Widely used but underappreciated, back pump-out vanes extend bearings and seal life.

    Richard Nardone, ITT Industrial & BioPharm Group
  • Pumps: Handle More Flow

    Success often depends upon lowering head losses or raising pump pressure

    Andrew Sloley, Contributing Editor
  • Pumps: Keep Out of Hot Water

    Understand key factors for getting a suitable boiler feedwater pump

    Amin Almasi, rotating equipment consultant
  • Pursue the perfect plant

    Look into creating the “perfect plant” by integrating product and operational management into your environment. This provides the ability to respond faster and minimize impact to the business and bottom line, driving increased yields, asset utilization and order fulfillment.

    John Harrison, SAP Canada
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