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  • Why do we use ceramic instead of 316SS for certain applications?
    Posted: 6/11/2019
    In its various incarnations, stainless steel often seems like an industrial standard for pumps and various other applications. The exact grade of stainless steel may vary, and end users may find themselves combining it with various polymers and other exotic materials, but stainless steel is the standard ? right?
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  • Advantages of 316 Stainless Steel over 304 Stainless Steel
    Posted: 5/8/2019
    Steel isn't ever just steel. Because it's an alloy, different types of metallic compositions can lead to different types of steel. However, the most common type is 304 stainless steel.
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  • Flange Versus Threaded Connections
    Posted: 4/26/2019
    At its most basic level, a flange connection involves joining two pieces of material together by means of an internal or external lip, whereas threaded connections are almost the polar opposite.
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  • Multistage Chemical Pumps 101
    Posted: 2/12/2019
    Multistage pumps are centrifugal pumps in which the fluid flows through several impellers fitted in series. This is as opposed to a single stage pump which only has one impeller. The more stages the pump has, the higher the final discharge pressure.
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  • 316 Stainless Steel for Chemical Pumps
    Posted: 9/18/2018
    316 stainless steel is built to last?it can pump toxic and corrosive chemicals just as well as it can work with water and wort. 316 stainless steel is known for it for its strength and durability across a wide-range of chemical pumps.
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  • Pump-industry leader, March Manufacturing, announces new pumps
    Posted: 8/2/2018
    March Manufacturing of Glenview, Illinois will be offering two new chemical pump models as of 2018. These multistage and turbine pumps best serve commercial settings and are both commonly used in chemical spray applications because they are low flow, high-head pumps.
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  • Suction Side Issues
    Posted: 4/29/2017
    Read about the most common suction side issues a pump may encounter, how to calculate if you have them, and what to do if you do.
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  • Ferric Chloride Chemical Industrial Pumps and Its Applications
    Posted: 2/1/2017
    Learn about common industrial uses of Ferric Chloride, including its use as a purifying agent for our water supply, use as an etching medium for circuit boards and more. In addition, we also outline considerations relating to temperature and viscosity that may impact your choice of material when selecting a pump to handle Ferric Chloride.
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  • Hydrofluorosilicic Acid Chemical Industrial Pumps and Its Applications
    Posted: 1/12/2017
    Learn why it's so important to select the appropriate type of chemical pump when handling hydrofluorosilicic acid. In addition, we'll provide more information on common industry uses of this inorganic compound along with considerations for selecting your pump of choice, including acid concentration and temperature.
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  • Selecting a Chemical Industrial Pump for Hydrochloric Acid
    Posted: 12/1/2016
    Learn about the clear and colorless inorganic acid - hydrochloric acid, including its wide ranging industrial applications. Additionally, learn about considerations that must be weighed when selecting a chemical pump to handle hydrochloric acid.
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  • How to Select an Industrial Formaldehyde Chemical Pump
    Posted: 11/1/2016
    It's important to make the correct pump selection for your unique industry application when handling formaldehyde. Learn about the different types of pump materials equipped to run properly when handling formaldehyde and read about common industrial applications that use formaldehyde while gaining insight about the unique chemical properties of the compound.
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  • Acetic Acid Chemical Industrial Pumps and Its Applications
    Posted: 10/5/2016
    Learn about the different pump materials that are equipped to operate effectively when handling acetic acid and make the correct pump selection for your unique industry application. In addition, read about common industrial applications that use acetic acid and gain insight about the unique chemical properties of acetic acid.
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  • Citric Acid Chemical Industrial Pumps and Its Applications
    Posted: 9/6/2016
    Learn more about common industrial applications using citric acid. Plus, you can gain insight into the chemical properties of citric acid that are important to consider when selecting the appropriate chemical pump for your specific use.
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  • Phosphoric Acid Chemical Industrial Pumps and Its Applications
    Posted: 8/3/2016
    What are some common uses of Phosphoric Acid? What properties of Phosphoric Acid should be considered when selecting a chemical pump?
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  • Potassium Hydroxide Chemical Industrial Pumps and Its Applications
    Posted: 7/18/2016
    Potassium hydroxide (KOH), commonly known as caustic potash, is an inorganic compound with a strongly alkaline base. What are some of the industry applications and properties of this compound that are relevant to selecting a chemical pump?
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