Monday, December 5, 2022

Prioritising intelligence

Pump manufacturer Seepex has refined its range of progressive cavity pumps to introduce "the pump generation of the future, today".

After the flood…

A flooding incident in North Macedonia in August 2020 threatened the country's supply of electricity. Motor drive manufacturer WEG describes the subsequent drainage project.

Non-combustible commitments? The Heat and Buildings Strategy unpacked

The UK has long lagged behind its European neighbours in encouraging the uptake of low-carbon heating, but the long-awaited Heat and Buildings strategy, published...
Velda Close Kirkley Stream

Sponsored Content: A faculty for facing down flood risk

T-T Pumps was enlisted to design, supply and install the equipment to meet the demands of the Lowestoft flood risk management project.
PIA Pump Industry Awards 2020/21

Sponsored Content: Excellence rewarded at long-awaited pumps industry event

Postponed due to the pandemic, the long-established Pump Industry Awards ceremony will take place in late September, celebrating its 20th anniversary.

Public debate on water pollution “oversimplified”, believes expert panel

The rise of citizen science is placing increasing pressure on water companies to improve their environmental performance and protect river and bathing water quality....

Sponsored Content: Liquid storage capacity boost

The removal of solids from liquid waste has significant advantages within the environmental industry, as TT Pumps writes. Separation has already become very popular in the dairy industry for processing animal waste. This is a result of annual restrictions on spreading liquid waste at various times of the year, with the solid fraction not held under the same restrictions.

Sticking points when selecting a pump

Pump manufacturer Seepex discusses the selection of pumps to handle wastewater flocculants, and outlines why progressive cavity pumps are a better choice than their centrifugal counterparts, in this kind of application.

Software yields savings for utility

At a critical pumping station supplying a major tourist destination near Paris, deployment of a proprietary pump monitoring system has provided an immediate saving of 21%, claims pump systems optimisation expert Riventa.

Resolving the seven-year glitch

Design and manufacturing firm Celeros Flow Technology says it has resolved pump performance issues and increased operational life in a recent project with a major water customer.

Battery-powered actuator savings

Yorkshire Water is rolling out 34 remote battery powered actuators across key sites in the region, and the utility says it is already seeing benefits.

Oil platform opts for actuators

Actuator specialist Rotork has been selected to provide intelligent electric actuators for one of the largest offshore development projects in the Norwegian continental shelf, Johan Sverdrup.

More solution than pollution?

A pig farm in North Carolina says it has increased its biogas yields by 10 percent following the installation of new pumps, with improvements to the mixing of feedstock used for anaerobic digestion.

Pump industry mourns the loss of a great friend

The European pump industry trade group Europump writes It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Prof. Bernd Stoffel, who passed away...

Sponsored content: SEEPEX big pumps with maintain-in-place technology

SEEPEX, a global leader in the design, manufacture and application of progressive cavity (PC) pumps, macerators and digital technology, says it is continuing to extend its world-class portfolio of maintain-in-place pump technologies.
Pump Supplies Managing Director Andrew John

Sponsored content: Norwegian pumps specialist expands into UK with Pump Supplies acquisition

Lakers AS, a Norwegian company specialising in the service, sales and hire of pumps, has expanded into the UK market with the acquisition of Pump Supplies Ltd.

AI successfully detects blockage formations for Wessex Water

Machine-learning technology trialled on part of Wessex Water’s sewerage network has identified early forming sewer blockages in real-time with a 92% accuracy rate, whilst...

A valve to help curb seaborne cargo VOC emissions

Valve manufacturer Bay Valves explores the issue of VOC emissions, and potential solutions, including a new valve that the firms says combines some of...

Penstock flow control in world’s first ‘electric town’ uses variable speed actuation

The small Scottish town of Kinlochleven has an extraordinary claim to fame as the first place in the world in which every home was...

Managing assets better from the cloud

Rotork has launched a programme of advanced analytics for the management of intelligent flow control assets