Pump Life Cycle

industrial water pumpsAlthough most people are unaware of it, water pumps impact all our lives. Municipalities need industrial water pumps to supply potable water to their communities and to remove and treat wastewater within their regions.

So many industries utilize water pumps in one way or another. If they’re not used to supply water for manufacturing processes, they’re employed in treating wastewater and effluent from plants. Local authorities apply strict regulations to the treatment of effluents from industry to ensure the safety of the community and to protect the environment.  Read More »

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extend industrial pump lifeInstalling a new industrial pump just gets more technically complicated and expensive. It’s a necessary part of life for many companies, but something they would prefer to avoid until it is absolutely necessary and proven to be cost effective for the long run. Therefore it makes sense, and reduces operational costs as well, for firms to extend an industrial pump’s life and take a proactive approach toward parts and maintenance.

Financial Advantages of Extended Industrial Pump Life Cycles

Industrial grade pumps are used everywhere – Mining, pulp and paper, agriculture, mechanical industries, factories, mills, municipal water and wastewater systems, chemical industries, petrochemical industries Read More »

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Upgrade Pulp and Paper MillLast year, Irving Pulp and Paper announced plans to spend $450 million to modernize one of its mills in Saint John, NB. This project is creating 600 jobs and allowing the mill to upgrade its capacity and productivity.This huge undertaking is possibly the most complex modernization project Canada has seen in decades, involving many companies, suppliers and service providers working together. That includes experts in industrial pump technology.Without doubt, it is already providing lessons about how to upgrade a pulp and paper mill.

Two Phases

The first phase of the project is to update the way in which the plant handles wood chips Read More »

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Water Pumping StationPumps require repair and replacement. It’s a fact of life in the world of industrial pumps. A huge challenge is that as  pump models  become obsolete and therefore older parts, built to unique specifications, may no longer be available. This means companies must plan carefully for the end of an industrial pump life cycle to ensure replica pump components can be manufactured and seamlessly integrated into their facilities.

Commit to Part Replication

Often an original part is discontinued, due to the sheer speed of change in pump technology and component manufacturing. This is where expert replicators step in. They can manufacture a precise Read More »

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Installing a new industrial pump just gets more technically complicated and expensive. It’s a necessary part of life for many companies, but something they would prefer to avoid until it is absolutely necessary and proven to be cost effective for the long run. Therefore it makes sense, and reduces operational costs as well, for firms to extend an industrial pump’s life and take a proactive approach toward parts and maintenance. Read More »

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