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Leveraging the power of parallel pumping »

Leveraging the power of parallel pumping Best efficiency staging achieved with technologically advanced controllers and variable speed drives Vince Lombardi’s Green Bay Packers were famous for their power sweep, and ran the play over and over again with great success. When opposing teams began making adjustments to stop the sweep, Packers quarterback Bart Starr read

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Helping engineers sort out PEI in pump selection and efficient system design »

Helping engineers sort out PEI in pump selection and efficient system design DOE energy rating includes constant load and variable load equipment Beginning Jan. 27, 2020, clean water pumps sold in the United States must achieve a minimum energy rating of 1.0 as outlined in the Energy Conservation Standards for Pumps established by the U.S.

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Brainpower for Rent: Xylem Rental Solutions makes its debut »

Brainpower for Rent: Xylem Rental Solutions makes its debut Most extensive expertise, capabilities and portfolio in water technology industry Rye Brook, N.Y. – Jan. 31, 2019 – In a move designed to bring the company’s global leadership in engineered water technologies to the growing rental market, Xylem is presenting a new approach and look to

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HVAC system design requires methodical assessment of the options »

HVAC system design requires methodical assessment of the options Engineers must evaluate safety, costs, efficiency of VRF versus hydronics   Rising energy costs and a movement toward sustainability are driving changes in the commercial HVAC market. As design engineers, building owners and mechanical contractors focus on increasing comfort and maintaining air quality while reducing overall

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Goulds Water Technology spearheads joint effort to restore clean water to North Carolina neighborhood »

Efforts to provide safe water resources often are focused in developing countries, but the fact is nearly 2 million rural Americans do not have access to clean water. Such was the case in the Holly Ridge neighborhood in Candler, North Carolina, located outside of Asheville. The subdivision was developed in 1990 in three phases with

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L.A.’s Wilshire Grand Center stands tall with Bell & Gossett and AC Fire Pump »

L.A.’s Wilshire Grand Center stands tall with Bell & Gossett and AC Fire Pump High-efficiency HVAC and fire protection systems help project achieve sustainability and safety goals When the Hotel Statler opened in downtown Los Angeles in 1952, it was the largest post-depression construction project in the United States. One of the major features of

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Goulds Water Technology keeps a ‘field of dreams’ green »

Goulds Water Technology keeps a ‘field of dreams’ green Water irrigation solutions provided to the Travis Roy Foundation’s Wiffle Ball Park Green fields and efficient sprinkler systems might not sound like a typical component in supporting spinal cord injury research and awareness, but for the Travis Roy Foundation, this was an important part of aiding

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Bell & Gossett expands capabilities of online system selection tool »

Bell & Gossett expands capabilities of online system selection tool New ESP-Systemwize functions aid engineers in selection process Demonstrating its commitment to fostering greater efficiencies in hydronic system design, Xylem Bell & Gossett has expanded the capabilities of its one-of-a-kind ESP-Systemwize online selection tool that provides HVAC and plumbing system designers the ability to choose

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Bell & Gossett announces Parallel Sensorless Controller »

Bell & Gossett announces Parallel Sensorless Controller Building operators can maximize efficiency in up to eight pumps with intelligent technology MORTON GROVE, ILL. – Jan. 22, 2018 – Xylem Inc.’s Bell & Gossett (B&G) brand is introducing its Parallel Sensorless Controller, a device that provides advanced system staging of up to eight pumps in parallel

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Students develop human-powered pumps in Xylem-sponsored challenge »

High school teams build and design irrigation pumps to benefit small-scale farmers   Rochester, NY – Oct. 19, 2017 – Four high school engineering teams (Victor High School, McQuaid Jesuit High School, Honeoye 4-H Robotics Team and Honeoye Falls-Lima High School) were recognized at the Let’s Solve Water Challenge on Oct. 14 for their innovative

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