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SEPTEMBER 2013PRoviding SoluTionS foR ThE WoRldWidE PuMP induSTRy
6 industry news
12 Trade Show Prof ile
Case Studies 14 on ToPS of the World Prefabricated lift stations deliver faster fix for private sewer utility
18 life in the fast lane Five-axis water jet cutting system eliminates taper, cuts 3D parts
22 going global Landia pumps and mixers provide long-term solutions from East to West
Water & Wastewater Solutions 26 Tuning the Accuracy of lift Station flow Rates: Part 1 of 2
Maintenance Solutions 30 Pump Rebuild Protection to help Maximize Pump life
Pump Solutions 34 highest Precision in the laboratory Newly developed diaphragm pump delivers micro-flow metering in high-pressure laboratories
36 Best Practices for Pump Reliability Part 2 of a 3-part checklist of improvement options and considerations
dewatering Solutions 42 Rapid Results Bedford Pumps power slalom for Pinkston
Motor Solutions 44 driven Toward innovation Dual drive pumps and compressors for the water works industry
Power generation Solutions 48 high Temperature Bearings for oil field flares
Processing Solutions 52 Recipe for Success Danfoss VLT Drives are secret ingredient for artisan cheese maker
valves & Controls Solutions 56 Comprehensive Analysis of Measurement instruments Side-by-side microphone tests come through loud and clear for PCB Piezotronics
Sealing Solutions 58 Maximize your filtration with high-Capacity Pleated Cartridges
62 Modern Pumping Products
Pumping Trends 64 of Pandas, Penguins, and Black hats Shanley Pump and Equipments Brad Miller previews the new frontier of search engine optimization
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INDUSTRy newsHI AND FSA LEADERS SUMMIT MT. KATAHDIN, MAINE The challenging climb was led by Henri Azibert, chief technology officer of A.W. Chesterton Company and VP of the Fluid Sealing Association with Robert Asdal, Executive Director of the Hydraulic Institute and Henris friend Bob Quinn, Esq. Summiting the highest mountain in Maine, at 5268 feet (1606 meters), by crossing the Knife Edge, took HI and FSA leaders to new heightsliterally speaking. Named Katahdin by the Penobscot Indians, the term means the greatest mountain.
While this was strictly social adventure, new business opportunities between FSA and HI were explored. The next major educational event being held jointly by FSA and HI is the Fundamentals of Mechanical Seals course. This four-part webinar series was released September 5 and features instructions by experts from four leading seal manufacturers (FSA and HI members), including Henri. Registration details can be found on the HI/Pump Systems Matter website: www.PumpSystemsMatter.org.
GRUNDFOS JOINS MILWAUKEES GLOBAL WATER CENTERTo promote its brand among the water community and collaborate with partners across all business sectors, Grundfos has leased an office in Milwaukees Global Water Center, a
seven-story, former warehouse designed to house water-related technology development facilities for universities, established businesses and start-ups. The centers opening ceremony took place September 12.
The Water Center will allow Grundfos to leverage key relationships with original equipment manufacturers such as Veolia and Siemens, which maintain a presence in the Great Lakes region.
"We view the Great Lakes region as an emerging and increasingly vital hub for the water industry," says Jay Stellmacher, business unit director for Grundfos USA Water Treatment. "Our new office in Milwaukee will allow us to continue to grow our presence in the area."
The $22 million 98,000-square-foot building features a lecture hall, exhibition space for new prototypes, high-tech core facilities and a state-of-the-art water flow lab. The open, collaborative concept is critical to supporting water research and product development. Tenants include a mix of industry, academia and government expertise.
"The Global Water Center gives us the unique opportunity to harness the economic talent and technology development of industry and academia under one roof," says Dean Amhaus, president and CEO of the Water Council. "Grundfos expertise as a global leader in water technology helps us truly position Milwaukee as a world water hub."
Milwaukees proximity to Lake Michigan, which provides approximately 1 billion gallons of fresh drinking water each day, makes it the ideal location for freshwater research and development. Grundfos recently opened its North American
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INDUSTRy newsheadquarters about 100 miles south of Milwaukee in the Chicagoland area, another region along Lake Michigans shore. Grundfos also operates a manufacturing and service facility in the Chicago metropolitan area.
ORBECO-HELLIGES SARASOTA FACILITY NOW ISO 9001:2008 CERTIFIEDOrbeco-Hellige has received ISO 9001:2008 certification, an internationally recognized standard issued to organizations with a quality management system. The certification was authorized by TVRheinland, a global provider of independent testing and certification services.
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Located in Sarasota, Florida, Orbeco-Hellige serves as the North American headquarters for the Tintometer Group of Companies. They specialize in the manufacturing of products for the water quality and color measurement industries. For more information, contact Orbeco-Hellige at 800.922.5242 (941.756.6410), via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on the web at www.orbeco.com.
DANFOSS CO-HOSTS CAPITOL HILL BRIEFING, URGES REDUCED ENERGY USE IN WATER AND WASTEWATER SECTORSDanfoss, a leading manufacturer of high efficiency electronic and mechanical components and controls for HVAC, industry and water, joined with the Alliance to Save Energy and the Water Environment Federation to host a The Imperative for a Sustainable Infrastructurea briefing on Capitol Hill to discuss water and energy efficiency.
The briefing, which drew attendance from regulatory agencies, congressional staff, advocacy organizations and industry, addressed existing technologies, best practices and various policies and financing mechanism