Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Arrival of Diaphragm Pumps as Mainstream Process Pumps


Source: Process-Worldwide From specialized processes that require system-pressurization pumps, to very flexible flow regimes, to most delicate pumping of fluids/products produced: This article shows that the diaphragm pump is no longer in the fringes of processing but at the heart of the operation to deliver the highest quality product at the greatest yield as efficiently… Read more »

Optimising rates and consumption in solvent making


Source: World Pumps IndoChem’s plants have holding tanks that can accommodate up to 45,000 litres, and are constantly being filled and emptied depending on the facility’s manufacturing and delivery needs. In all, IndoChem produces and handles a total of 300 million litres of solvents per year at its three production facilities in Indonesia. As IndoChem’s… Read more »

Achieving Full Containment When Handling Dangerous Chemicals


Source: Empowering Pumps There are many industrial processes, from the refining of petroleum products to the manufacture of pharmaceuticals and the treatment of wastewater, that require the use of dangerous chemicals. Among these necessary but potentially harmful chemicals can be strong acids and caustics like hydrogen chloride (HCl), hydrogen fluoride (HF), nitric acid (HNO3), sulfuric… Read more »

Searching for a Solution


Source: Paint & Coatings Industry Magazine High-Performance Coatings Manufacturer Finds a Reliable Solution in the Form of AODD Pump By Wilden, part of PSG, a Dover Company, Grand Terrace, CA When hearing the term “searching,” one doesn’t often think of liquids. But when it comes to chemical process applications, you don’t want to underestimate the… Read more »