Friday, July 25, 2008

Stainless Steel Vane Pumps offer chemical compatibility

ThomasNet brings a news release of Viking Pump:

Viking Pump's innovative LVP Series of stainless steel Vane Pump provides 14 Bar (200 PSI) thin liquid capability at capacities up to 36 M³/Hr (160 GPM). The LVP Series pumps are designed for thin, corrosive liquids at higher pressures than other positive displacement pumps. These pumps provide exceptional performance, advanced durability, application flexibility, simple installation, ease of maintenance to help users realize enhanced productivity, and a lower total cost of ownership.

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Monday, July 21, 2008

The pumps manufacturers Kirloskar Brothers records loss in first-quarter

The Hindu Business Line reports that the Pune-based Kirloskar Brothers Ltd (KBL), manufacturers of pumps, has recorded a net loss for the first quarter this year on a higher turnover.

The company has recorded a total income of Rs 374.16 crore for the first quarter of the current fiscal against Rs 321.42 crore in the corresponding quarter last year. It recorded a net loss of Rs 4 crore in the first quarter of 2008-09 as against a profit of Rs 34 crore last year.

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Series 660/680 Pumps from Thomas Solve Medical Device, Environmental Challenges

ThomasNet brings a news release of about Series 660/680 Pumps of Thomas Products Division, a Gardner Denver Company based in Sheboygan, WI, is a world leader in the design and manufacture of precision engineered compressors and vacuum pumps:

Series 660/680 WOB-L® Piston pumps from Thomas incorporate a package of features to provide clean air-flow, long life, excellent efficiency, low noise and low vibration. These pumps are well-suited to a variety of medical and environmental applications, including oxygen concentrators, blood analyzers, dental carts and ozone generators.

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Friday, July 18, 2008

'Nanosculpture' Could Enable New Types Of Heat Pumps And Energy Converters

From Science Daily: A new technique for growing single-crystal nanorods and controlling their shape using biomolecules could enable the development of smaller, more powerful heat pumps and devices that harvest electricity from heat.

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Berlin Technologies

photo (from Science Daily): Researchers at Rensselaer discovered a new method to create “branched” nanorods, as seen in this scanning electron microscope image. Such nanorods could one day enable new nanoscale thermoelectric devices for power generation, as well as nanoscale heat pumps for cooling hot spots in nanoelectronics devices. (Credit: Rensselaer/Ramanath)

Monday, July 14, 2008

New Integrated Pump and Vector Drive

ThomasNet brings a news release of seepex, Inc. about their new integrated pump and vector drive:

MD and BW pumps are available with drive that integrates single reduction gear reducer, 4-pole TEFC, inverter-rated ½ hp electric induction motor, and vector type variable frequency drive in NEMA 4 enclosure. Pump and drive combination, covering performance band of 0.08-4.7 gpm and pressures to 360 psi, operates from 1x120 Vac, 15 A circuits with 5-15p grounded plug. Drive has H-O-A switch with 10-turn potentiometer for manual control and will accept 4-20 mA process signal.

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Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Pumps are designed for severe, mill-duty applications

ThomasNet brings a news release of GIW Industries:

Used in hard rock mining, MDX series has low specific speed that provides stable operations by harnessing variable flow conditions confronted in modern mills. Stable flow in combination with optimum head/quantity and efficiency curve ensures efficient mill operation. Also, optimal BEP ensures stable sump level over large flow variations, operational efficiency, and equipment life. Pumps also incorporates slurry diverter technology matched with adjustable suction liner design.
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