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Chemicals & Abrasives CHANGE CATEGORY

Chemicals & Abrasives features, January 2010

Managing abrasive lime in a distillery

The pumps in a Scottish distillery were struggling to cope with the abrasive lime used for dosing. A peristaltic hose pump was selected for its abrasion re

 
Submerged vertical safety concept

The damaged pipe at a Swedish unloading terminal led to the creation of a special design for molten sulphur tanks. This required a 17 m long vertical pump

 

When an international paint producer was looking to upgrade its plant in Finland, it was also looking to cure a number of problems and decided upon LPP pum

 

Pump consultant, Brian Nesbitt attempts to clarify the technical language used by pump engineers by explaining common terms used in conjunction with pump a

 

The additives present in many modern sealing compounds, can be quite abrasive, and finding a dosing pump that can handle them without problems is more of a

 
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