Screw Versus Lobe Technology in Low Pressure Blowers
5 Things you Didn’t Know About Sealless Pumps
Rotary Lobe vs Screw Blowers
Why use screw blower technology?
The screw blower utilizes the screw compression element, consisting of male and female rotors that rotate in opposite directions while the volume between the rotors and the housing decreases. Each screw element has a fixed, built-in pressure ratio and has no mechanical forces that cause unbalance. This means the screw technology can work at a high shaft speed and can combine a large flow rate with small exterior dimensions.
Preventing Water Hammer from Damaging Pumps and Pipe
If you don’t know very much about sealless pumps, allow me to shed a little light on why and how these zero emission pumping technologies exist.
1. Sealless pumps have been around for a very long time.While it is hard to pinpoint exactly when magnetic drive pumps were invented, the technology has existed since the early 1900’s; though the type of magnets originally used were of poor quality, meaning they had to be very large in order to transmit the required torque. Sometimes, instead of two magnets, one was used against a magnetic mass (a piece of iron, for example). This original arrangement required very large motors and was not really economically feasible. Later in the 1970’s, with the use of rare earth magnets such as samarium cobalt, the magnets were much smaller and more efficient, leading to the units being more economically feasible.
4 benefits of using AODD pumps in the chemical industry
WHAT IS WATER HAMMER?
Water hammer occurs when the flowrate of fluid in the pipe changes rapidly. It is also known as “surge flow”. It can cause very high pressures in pipes, very high forces on pipe supports, and even sudden reversals of flow. It can cause burst pipes, damaged supports and pipe racks, and leakage at joints.
Product Feature of the Month: Bulk Bag Unloader
Air Operated Double Diaphragm (AODD) pumps play an invaluable role in many stages of chemical production and processing. From the intake of chemical components from tanks through to transporting processed products to the point of distribution, fluid transfer is an essential part of everyday operations in the chemical industry. Whether transferring benign or hazardous material, diaphragm pumps move chemicals safely and efficiently to minimize production downtime.
All You Need to Know About Pallet Conveyors
Manufacturing or construction sites are the locations where handling, unpacking or dispatching of huge items is a routine procedure. In the past, these operations were done manually, but as the technology and engineering methods have advanced, automated machinery has completely changed and influenced these processes.
8 Things You Need to Consider When Choosing a Conveyor System for Your Process
Pallet conveyors have now become an integral part of operations and logistics management. In this post we’ll be discussing what are these conveyors, what features should an ideal conveyor system possess, what are some types of conveyors, how to use them and why these conveyors are so significant for your business.
8 Tips for Centrifugal Pump Safety
In this article we are going to discuss the importance of choosing the best conveyor system for your operations. There are quite a few things that play a factor in this decision if you want to operate at the highest efficiency.
Rotary Lobe Pump Advantages and Applications
As you probably know, centrifugal pumps are one of the most commonly used industrial pumps around the world. Whether the pump is being used to move water, sewage, oil, or any other type of fluid, the mechanics are basically the same.
Why are Peristaltic Hose Pumps Used?
Rotary lobe pumps are a very important part of applications in many different industries around the world. Whether you are operating in an industry such as paper, chemical, food and beverage, or pharmaceuticals, this type of pump can be very useful for your operations.Engineered Systems & Products (ESP) and partners like Vogelsang, are dedicated to serving you as the customer to the best of our ability.
Progressive Cavity Pumps: How They Work and Common Applications
In this article, we are going to discuss an industrial pump that is not quite as common as some of the others. This is a peristaltic hose pump, which is a type of positive displacement pump that is used for pumping a variety of different fluids. This type of pump is commonly used in the medical industry because it allows you to keep the pumping fluid separate from internal pump components and free of contamination.
Why Metering Pumps are Important and How to Choose the Best Option
Progressive cavity pumps can play a crucial part in many different operations. Whether you are pumping food and drink products, oil, sewage, viscous chemicals, or other fluids, you will definitely encounter situations where this specific industrial pump design is a great fit.Engineered Systems & Products (ESP), along with our partners like PCM, is dedicated to providing sales and service support for all of your pumping needs. This includes progressive cavity pumps along with a variety of other industrial designs. Please contact us today so we can design a plan that is specific to your pumping needs.
Magnetic Drive Pumps: How They Work and When They are Useful
A metering pump is something that is commonly used in many different industries today. You may also hear them called dosing pumps. They may be used for adding chemicals into a solution or a variety or other things. In this article, we will talk more about how metering pumps work, and the different factors that determine which type is best for your operations.
The Importance of Corrosion Resistant Pumps
Magnetic Drive Pumps are just one of the many different types of pumps that Engineered Systems & Products has to offer. With over 35 years of experience, ESP has the knowledge and confidence to deliver the best package for your specific operation.
Our team of experts will assess the situation, build a plan, and bring a top of the line package that meets your needs to the table. Our partners, such as Dean Pump and Pearless Pump, provide top notch quality products for a wide variety of applications. Along with the great equipment, ESP is dedicated to being an industry leading service and installation provider.
When is a High Temperature Pump Important to Your Operation?
When it comes to fluid transfer and choosing the right pump for the job, Engineered Systems & Products is here to provide value and support in every scenario. For over 35 years, ESP has been providing top notch sales and service for all of your pump needs. We are committed, along with our partners like Ebara and PCM, to delivering premium reliable and energy efficient pumps for almost any application. You will have a wide range of centrifugal and positive displacement pumps to choose from. Not only will you receive top of the line products, ESP also backs these products with unmatched service and installations.
Move Fluids Efficiently and Affordably with End Suction Pumps
You have a problem. You need your fluid pumped quickly, efficiently, and safely from one place to another. But it is not just any fluid. It is a high temperature material that cannot be safely transferred using a standard pump without becoming a hazard to your building and the people working in it. You are going to need a high temperature pump in this scenario. No need to worry, because once again the team at ESP can assist in meeting your specific needs. Do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have about our equipment and services.
Stuck on the Non-Clog Solids Pump Details
If you have a need for fluid transfer, the end suction will most likely have you covered. They can handle a wide variety of fluid types and as a result can be seen used in countless industries every day. That’s one of the reasons why companies like Engineered Systems and Products choose this simple but reliable pump design. End suction pumps can also be found at a very affordable price point which is attractive to customers.
ANSI Process Pumps, The National Standard
Not all fluids are created equal and neither are the pumps that move them. The construction of a pump determines on what is transported through the piping and at what stage in the company’s process. Non-clog solids pumps are also known as solid handling pumps. The name “Non-clog” is a misnomer in the industry because all pumps clog. It’s inevitable.
Splitting Hairs Over Split Case Pumps
Not all pumps are created equal. Or at least that’s what they say about centrifugal pumps. The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) has deemed a standard which is otherwise known as an ANSI process pump.
Vertically Pump It Up
Deciding on the best pump to use for your business is like deciding on what to eat when you’re really hungry. It is almost impossible to figure out whether a horizontal pump is better than a vertical pump. Before making a decision on the type of pump you need, create a plan on how you want your operation to work. Get organized, so your pumps will work for you and not against you.
Why Your Business Needs Vertical Pumps...If you're in agriculture, manufacturing, or any business where fluid flows, you need pumps. The type of pump is completely up to the overall goal. Where does the water, gas, oil, or any other kind of fluid need to go? When you’re short on space, you will opt for a vertical pump. First developed in the early 1900s by Byron Jackson, they were used to get water from deep wells.