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The Benefits of Stainless Steel Impellers in Double Suction Pumps »

The newly designed Bell & Gossett e-HSC pump standardized on a stainless steel shaft and impeller. This paper outlines the benefits of stainless steel in performance and product life. In 2014 Bell & Gossett launched modernized versions of its Series 1510 base mounted end suction centrifugal pumps. This began the “Power of e” campaign and

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The Benefits of Advanced Seal Chamber Design in Double Suction Pumps »

The new Bell and Gossett e-HSC pump boasts an advanced seal chamber design. This paper outlines the benefits in reduced downtime this technology provides in water applications. The seal is undoubtedly one of the most important parts of a centrifugal pump. Of course there are many critical aspects of pump performance, but when it comes

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Xylem study analyzes life-cycle cost of HVAC systems »

Xylem study analyzes life-cycle cost of HVAC systems Hydronic systems outperform VRF, analysis finds Introduction Upfront costs and energy consumption are primary drivers when selecting a commercial HVAC system in new and retrofit projects. A new study commissioned by Xylem underscores the importance of evaluating total life-cycle cost in the selection process to adequately identify

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Fire Codes: A Foundation of Safety for a Rapidly Changing World »

Download PDF Chief among these safety features is fire protection. There are myriad codes and regulations relating to fire safety in commercial buildings, from standards on portable fire extinguishers to the installation of stationary pumps for fire protection — the U.S.- based National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) alone has more than 300 consensus codes that

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Goulds Water Technology announces Q2 2017 training schedule featuring new e-Learning course about wastewater pumps »

Seneca Falls, N.Y. – Water professionals are encouraged to enroll in Goulds Water Technology’s (GWT) new wastewater e-Learning course that highlights the advantages, disadvantages, features and applications of wastewater pumps and accessories. It also includes instruction on how to properly select a wastewater pump, taking into consideration flow, system capacity, total dynamic head and other

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Ideal beverage pumping starts with space-saving solutions »

Streamlined BIB platforms also provide reliability and performance Presented by: Xylem Applied Water Systems Download PDF At a time when fountain installers and bottlers are asking their distributor partners in beverage dispense for the ideal pump for standard bag-in-box (BIB) applications; and restaurant, bar, gas station and convenience store owners and operators are seeking more

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Bell & Gossett introduces new hydronic pump selection criteria to maximize system efficiency »

Presented by: Xylem Applied Water Systems Download PDF Energy and maintenance expenses account for approximately 75 percent of the life-cycle costs of a centrifugal pump. With a growing emphasis on reducing energy consumption driven by government regulation and businesses seeking operational and financial efficiencies, HVAC system designers are seeking system solutions that maximize efficiencies while

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At Goulds Water Technology, business means family and family means business »

CASE STUDY Download PDF When Seabury S. Gould founded his pump company in the mid-1800s, he knew he had a good thing going. He believed in the material and the design, and he was proud to be the man behind fresh flowing water for the pioneers opening the West, the farmers in the East and the plantations

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Bell & Gossett, UA find partnership mutually beneficial »

  Download PDF B&G adapts industry-leading training for new audience Interspersed among a sea of Bell & Gossett’s signature red pumps in the UA Instructor Training classroom, 15 craftsmen were intent on unlocking the mystery of a failed mechanical seal during a Pump Service and Maintenance class. The mechanical seal acts as a sort of

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Sizing boiler feed units vs. condensate return units »

Volume 3/ Issue 1/ March 2016 We’ve previously discussed how to size condensate return units. Sizing a boiler feed unit requires similar information but is affected by differences in design and operation. Condensate return units are generally smaller, fitting their function of collecting steam condensate and pumping it back into the system before too much

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