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The Nuts and Bolts of Pump Selection

Earlier we discussed that pressure is a form of energy and the centrifugal pump converts the input energy to pressure, arming the fluid with this energy to overcome the pipeline resistance and move from point A to point B. If we pick a point on the pump curve it has a..

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Topics: Pump Basics

A few millimetres can cause huge problems: Why wear ring clearances matter

In this blog post we highlighted pump symptoms that could mean a clog is forming.  If you are struggling with clogging, today’s post will explain why wear ring clearances should be one of the first things you check!

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Topics: Wastewater, Tech Tips, SupremeServ, Pump Basics

An Energy Conversion Machine - How a centrifugal pump actually works

The task of any centrifugal pump is to move liquid, requiring “work.” To do this, the pump must equip the fluid with a suitable form of energy.  Why do we say the suitable form of energy? Because for work to be done, we need the right type or form of energy to do the task...

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Topics: Pump Basics

Want an Efficient System? Get This One Thing Right: Pump Selection

We all want a cleaner and healthier planet.  We all know that reducing energy consumption is a key part in achieving this goal.  But did you realize that pumps are responsible for a significant portion of all energy required by industry?  According to a study by a major..

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Topics: Pump Basics

The sweet spot: How to keep your pump operating near its Best Efficiency Point (BEP)

Each pump has what is called a ‘best efficiency point’ (BEP) or sweet-spot – a combination of head and flow rate where it will deliver its best performance in terms of both energy efficiency and service life.

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Topics: SupremeServ, Pump Basics

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