• During an infrastructure improvement project, the Town of Windsor discovered an inoperable valve close to the historic downtown area. With residences, a fire department, a middle school, and businesses nearby, the loss of a control point could create significant issues should routine maintenance or an emergency repair be required. Also, replacing the valve would disrupt service to essential services within the area.

  • The Village of Covington, Ohio had an ambitious 90-day project to replace the water main, taps, sewer main, laterals, and storm sewer through the center of town. Unfortunately, on day one, an unknown water service line was snagged and the top half of an 8” valve blew off, causing water to shoot 10”–12” out of the street.

  • For decades, the standard in temporary bypass pumping has been diesel-powered portable pumps, and for good reason: Their flexibility and the ability to set them up anywhere has made them the go-to choice. But with fluctuating fuel and rising servicing costs, as well as growing interest in cleaner, greener sources of power, electric-drive pumps can be a viable alternative for project needs, especially for longer-term projects.

  • Sulzer pumps are customized to meet the unique requirements of an historic pumping station.

  • Valves are one of the most common assets in the process industry, spanning all verticals. Chemicals, refineries, and petrochemicals, however, will find improved valve health diagnostics useful for critical valves and controllers in their plants, while upstream and midstream oil and gas companies may be focused on much larger, critical valves like pipeline or subsea valves. Using Seeq, process manufacturers are able to implement a condition-based monitoring analysis to monitor valve health across an entire fleet. Engineers can utilize the historical data to accurately create a predictive maintenance forecast and preemptively detect valve failures before they occur.

  • Energy-saving pumps will be ever more present in 2021 as investment in eco-friendly infrastructure continues to grow.

  • Pump systems play a critical role in keeping our world in motion. However, specifying parties can often overlook opportunities to improve pump system reliability and efficiency. This can happen when designers or engineers fail to consider new demands placed on the system since installation or understand the benefits of available options.

  • The global submersible pumps market size will expand 1.5X in the coming decade. Submersible pumps are emerging as the preferred pumping technology across various end-uses, including wastewater management and oil & gas manufacturing. Submersible pumps are considered ideal for applications involving highly viscous fluid that require proper elimination of vapor cavities.

  • The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority (CFPUA) in North Carolina engaged in a capital improvement project to help address their aging infrastructure.

  • The Southern Iowa Rural Water Association (SIRWA) provides quality drinking water to the residents and communities of southwest Iowa. Included in its 4,000 miles of pipeline is a 16-mile, 12-inch line that runs from the city of Creston to Corning.


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    The submersible geared Flygt 4320 adaptive mixer revolutionizes the wastewater treatment industry by bringing full automation into the mixing process. Integrated power electronics, a high-efficiency IE4 equivalent motor, and optimized hydraulics deliver many customer benefits.

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  • Flygt 4200 Series Compact Adaptive Mixers

    The Flygt 4200 series of submersible compact adaptive mixers revolutionizes the wastewater treatment industry by bringing complete control and adaptability into the mixing process. Along with the integrated power electronics, high-efficiency IE4 equivalent motor and optimized hydraulics, these enhanced capabilities bring a number of unmatched customer values.

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