Archive for June, 2010

Fybroc FRP pumps perfect for "polishing up bilge water"

Friday, June 25th, 2010

As ship design has evolved, so, too, have conditions in the bilge. In the days of steam-powered vessels, water from a variety of sources, including valve and pipe leaks, boiler blow down, and steam condensate, drained into the lowest part of the ship's hull, the bilge. Diesel and gas-turbine-powered ships, however, don't have the boiler […]

Duall Hydro-Lance solves environmental and safety issues from explosive dusts

Friday, June 18th, 2010

Fluid Engineering proudly represents the Duall Division of Met-Pro Corporation and its Hydro-Lancetm wet dust collection systems. A major international celluloid manufacturer uses cellulose nitrate, a cellulosic derivative, to produce photographic film, plastics, and protective film for LCD televisions, notebook computers, and cell phones. The manufacturer recently began production of automobile airbag inflators using cellulose […]

Fisher-Klosterman high efficiency cyclones meet stringent emission regulations

Friday, June 11th, 2010

Fluid Engineering is a proud partner of Fisher-Klosterman® and proudly represents its line of high-efficiency cyclones. A major Louisiana lumber mill required replacement cyclones on its planer mill and wood hog system. Not only was the existing equipment worn out, but it also did not meet the current, more stringent, emission regulations. The mill, which […]

TCF Aerovent provides fans for NASA Space Shuttle Program

Friday, June 4th, 2010

2010 is the final year for NASA's aging space shuttle fleet. As each orbitor returns to earth from its final voyage, it is greeted by products manufactured by TCF Aerovent, a partner vendor of Fluid Engineering.  Once the orbitor lands at the end of a mission, the Shuttle Landing Fleet of vehicles keep systems on […]