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Single and Three-Phase Pump Configurations: What Do You Really Need?

February 28, 2018

Single-phase and three-phase pumps, what's the difference? That's a hard question to answer unless the reader knows something about how electricity works. More power load capability, that's the advantage of a three line power supply…

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Common Problems and Resolutions with Reverse Osmosis System

February 14, 2018

In plain English, reverse osmosis systems remove water impurities by driving the fluid through a thin, semi-permeable material. This membrane is usually a synthetic, a filmy plastic that's formed from a thin sheet of cellulose acetate. Alternatively, polysulfone polymers also facilitate the osmosis effect. Still, despite the unquestionably advanced nature of this filtration system, problems find their way into the machinery…

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Pump Service and After Hours Repair in Melbourne: Call Parker Pumps

January 29, 2018

Failing pumps don't always fizzle out during normal workday hours. No, these process-essential fluid movers can break down at the worst possible moment. Imagine a typical night in Melbourne. An evening swimming class has been cancelled because of a short-circuiting pool pump. In some forgotten plant room, a heating pump is clogged…

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What Are the Advantages of Using Centrifugal Water Pumps?

January 15, 2018

Small in size, centrifugal pumps use rotary motion to create generous amounts of hydrodynamic energy. All of the components are mounted on a drive shaft, a configuration that uses a conventional motor or engine to generate spinning kinetic energy. Away from that electromagnetic motor, down at the impeller housing, the pumping mechanism busily spins a specially profiled metal or plastic disc…

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