Archive for March, 2011

Tuthill HD Process Pumps: Pumps for Tough Applications

Friday, March 25th, 2011

TUTHILL HD PROCESS PUMPS: Heavy Duty Pumps for Tough Applications Tuthill offers the HD Series for the most demanding applications – slurries, high viscosity products, suspended solids, concentrated acids, chemicals, high temperature liquids, sludge, resins, sewage and scum, paints, polymers, plastics, pharmaceuticals, foods, and shear sensitive fluids. This Rotary Positive Displacement, Circumferential Piston pump is […]

Sulzer AHLSTAR Process Pumps for Fertilizer Applications

Friday, March 18th, 2011

Research and development have always played a significant role at Sulzer Pumps. Its main target is to always meet the customer's needs and processes. This knowledge is available for clients involved in fertilizer production. Sulzer pumps are tailor-made for difficult liquids, which means that they are the natural choice for liquids that are corrosive or […]

Warren Rupp’s AirVantage Improves AODD Pump Efficiency

Friday, March 11th, 2011

  Warren Rupp’s AirVantageā„¢ Improves AODD Pump Efficiency Air operated double diaphragm (AODD) pumps are known for their positive attributes of handling fluids that are heavily laden with solids, abrasive, shear sensitive (paints and coatings), and the ability to pump soft solids without damaging the solids. They are also used for their lightweight portability and […]

Low Profile, More Airflow, Less Noise Makes Phyllis Morris A Good Neighbor

Friday, March 4th, 2011

Phyllis Morris Originals, West Hollywood CA, creates luxury furniture handcrafted from beautiful woods and other materials. The sawdust generated is from wood shop routers, table saws, and finishing operations. With a recent business expansion, the old baghouse dust collector no longer had the airflow capacity the woodshop needed. Since the plant property borders a residential […]