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Energy Efficiency features, July 2011

Some industrial processes require the throttling of high pressure fluids. Hydraulic power recovery turbines can convert the excess pressure into mechanical


C. Kallesøe, J. Aarestrup and K. Rokkjær of Grundfos analyse the control and design of booster sets from an energy perspective. They investigate how the st


Harmonic distortion is a form of pollution in the electricity supply that can make equipment behave erratically. They can be difficult to identify and user


Centrifugal pumps are widely used in industry and many are driven by induction motors. Failure due to pump bearing degradation would result in an unschedul


While considerable energy savings can be achieved by installing variable speed drives in standard pump systems, VSDs are less common in submersible applica


Jeremy Salisbury from Brammer UK shows how ensuring that a centrifugal process pump operates at optimum speed and efficiency is key to maintaining producti

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