Basic Centrifugal Pump Trouble Shooting
A centrifugal water pump, designed to flow 100 gallons per minute and produce 100 feet of head, is not working as expected when installed. In the
manufacturer’s test facility, the pump achieves the desired performance, but on site, it is only producing 80 gallons per minute.
Commercial Building Water Transfer Services: Cast Iron vs. Stainless Steel Pumps
Historically, cast iron has been the material choice for general service water pumps, such as commercial building water transfer services, with initial cost being the primary decision factor.
Get Your Pump Head in the Fog
FOG (Fats, Oils & Grease) and Scum (Figure 1) can be found in many areas of today’s wastewater treatment. The most common areas would be lift stations, clarifiers and septage/FOG receiving stations.
Extending the Life of Submersible Centrifugal Pumps
It is often asked, “What can operation and maintenance personnel do to extend the life of a submersible centrifugal pump?” While maintenance and operating personnel have a lot to do with the service life of a submersible centrifugal pump, they only affect approximately 50% of the considerable factors.
The Importance of the Clean Water Industry
The clean water industry is an essential service that ensures the health of individuals, communities, and the economy. Without this industry, access to clean water would be problematic around the world.
Why We Do What We Do: An EBARA Salesman
As a kid, all of us cherished the idea of growing up and becoming something great. Many of our desires led us wanting to be sports stars, doctors, lawyers, or firefighters. However, sometimes we find ourselves doing something we would have never dreamed of.
Balancing Hydronic Systems
In today’s energy conscious environment, building design plays an increasingly important role in energy efficiency. Balancing the HVAC system makes sure that the occupants maintain comfort while maximizing