Posts Tagged: Chemical and Process

Wilden® Pro-Flo® SHIFT Named ‘Breakthrough Product Of The Year’

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Grand Terrace, CA – January 7, 2014 – Wilden®, the worldwide leader in air-operated double-diaphragm (AODD) pump technology, is excited to announce that its Pro-Flo® SHIFT has been recognized as a 2013 Breakthrough Product of the Year from Processing Magazine. This award acknowledges products, technologies and service solutions that made significant contributions in the process… Read more »

Press Release Archive

Wilden® Offers Complete Line of EZ-Install TPE Diaphragms Press Release: November 2013 CFSRS Allen Sayler Outlines Issues With Clean Equipment at the FISA Annual Conference Press Release: September 2013 Pump Solutions Group (PSG®) to Exhibit Leading Pumps for the Chemicals Industry at KHIMIA 2013 Press Release: September 2013 Wilden® Receives Patent on Full-Stroke Integral Piston… Read more »

Wilden AODD Pumps Improve Safety in Mining Operations

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AODD pumps not only meet the challenges found in harsh mining conditions, but also help minimize the risks for mine personnel and the environment By Johannes Meijer| Download the article Introduction In the early days of the mining industry, operations were pretty basic: identify the spot where the commodity might be buried, dig a hole and… Read more »

Multiple PSG Brands Featured in December Pumps & Systems

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Multiple PSG® Brands Featured in December Pumps & Systems The current issue of Pumps & Systems magazine focused on several brands from Pump Solutions Group (PSG®). On the cover, the magazine featured a chemical application image from Wilden® that was taken in the chemical dosing room in NTC Tankcleaning’s facility. Later in the issue, Almatec®… Read more »

Full Steam Ahead

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By Bernd Reitemeyer, Wilden | Download this article | Rotterdam’s NTC Tankcleaning uses systems from Gröninger that feature Wilden Air-Operated Double-Diaphragm (AODD) pumps to raise the performance bar in critical tank cleaning applications. Share PostTwitterFacebookGoogle +1Email

Shifting Your Perception of AODD Pumps

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By Carl Glauber & Ravi Prasad, Wilden | Download this article | The October issue of Process India magazine included a feature article on that illustrates how a revolutionary new air-distribution technology can help minimize air consumption and improve overall efficiency of reciprocating positive displacement Air-Operated Double-Diaphragm (AODD) pump technology that is used in many of the world’s industrial liquid-handling… Read more »

High-Pressure Pumps in Paint & Coatings Operations

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At their most basic, paint and coatings can be defined as “a group of emulsions consisting of pigments suspended in a liquid medium, such as oil or water, for use as a decorative or protective coating.” That rudimentary definition would have sufficed until the last 40 years or so, but things have drastically changed since then. The major changes that… Read more »

Advancing Pump Technologies In Paint & Coatings

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By Edison Brito Introduction While the first “paints” came from natural substances like charcoal, blood and berry juice, paints and coatings are now made of a wide variety of highly stylized components using high-tech manufacturing processes. It has been over the past 25 years that most of the major enhancements in paint and coatings manufacturing… Read more »

Case Study: The Perfect Prescription

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The ancient Greek philosopher Plato is credited with coining the phrase, “Necessity is the mother of invention,” meaning that a need or problem encourages creative efforts to meet the need or solve the problem. It is unknown whether that phrase was going through Jim Wilden’s head as he watched water from a ruptured pipe gush… Read more »

Minimizing Pumping System Friction Losses

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Introduction Imagine a major-league pitcher standing on the mound. He looks in for the signal, nods in agreement, starts his windup, rears back and propels the baseball toward home plate. The pitch’s maximum velocity is reached at the moment the ball leaves the pitcher’s hand. From that point, studies have shown that the velocity decreases… Read more »