Blockages and failures occur more often with some pump types, but for many of today’s water operators, there is a solution. Here, we take a look at how progressive cavity (PC) pumps are solving some of the water industry’s key pumping challenges.
The Hetch Hetchy reservoir to the east of San Francisco plays a central part in supplying drinking water in California. The reservoir stores up to 442 billion liters of drinking water and provides for about 80% of the population in the San Francisco Bay Area. That’s 2.6 million people! The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission […]
SEEPEX has officially released its two-stage Smart Conveying Technology. SCT, the innovative technology for progressive cavity pumps, combines increased productivity and lower energy requirements. SCT’s big brother has arrived. In addition to the well-established one-stage design for pressures up to 4 bar (60 psi), SCT is now available in a two-stage design for pressures up […]
The shipwreck made the news in 2012 when it struck rocks near Isolo de Giglio and has subsequently been declared a total write off. The salvage operation, the biggest of all time, has involved several steps, the first of which involved securing the ship and building an underwater platform to prevent her from sinking further. […]
This makes replacement of a drive simple, quick, and accurate. Just plug the EPM chip from your previous drive into the new one and you are good to go. A drive reset to factory default or customer settings takes seconds with the EPM. See full story on tencarva.com Image courtesy of tencarva.com
Seepex’s standard ALPHA chemical metering systems are designed for simple plug-and-play installations. The systems come in five standard skid configurations: simplex options (one pump, wall or floor mounted), duplex options (two pumps, wall or floor mounted) and triplex option (three pumps, floor mounted). Included are NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certified progressive cavity metering pumps. The pumps […]
The year long growing of tomatoes has a by-product of 15 to 20 m3 of waste vegetation per day. This tomato plant waste is transported by a seepex open hopper pump of range BTM to an anaerobic digester designed, supplied and operated by Biotech Services Ltd.