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April 2014

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  • How to Read a Chemical Resistance Chart
    How to Read a Chemical Resistance Chart

    Posted: 4/30/2014
    Finding the right pump for a chemical application can be more than a bit tricky, and that's going to be particularly true if you don't know all of the properties of whichever chemical you'll be working with. Nevertheless, dealing with chemicals properly is tremendously important because of how much damage they can cause to the environment when they're handled improperly. You simply can't afford to use the wrong chemical pump, so you?ll need to take care to match the right pump to chemical application. How? You?ll need to use a chemical resistance guide.
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  • How to Read a Pump Performance Curve
    How to Read a Pump Performance Curve

    Learn to Read a Pump Performance Curve


    Posted: 4/17/2014
    There are multiple ways to select an industrial pump and multiple styles of centrifugal pumps to choose from. The primary selection tool is called a pump curve. Being able to read and understand a pump curve is frankly an essential skill if you're someone who needs to select a pump for a specific application and you want to ensure that that your pump enjoys a long service life operating at maximal efficiency.
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  • Plastic Pumps vs. Plastic-Lined Pumps for Chemical Applications
    Posted: 4/7/2014
    Owing to their well-earned reputations for consistent performance, sealless magnetic drive pumps are increasingly being employed in chemical process applications. Given their characteristics, magnetic drive pumps have made steady inroads into industries traditionally served by conventional mechanical seal pumps.
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