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Trash Pumps Eradicator system by Gorman Rupp

Need a better solution to prevent clogging in trash pumps? Gorman-Rupp’s Eradicator™ Solids Management System for Super T Series® line of self-priming centrifugal trash pumps was developed just for demanding applications. It dramatically decreases service calls and overall maintenance costs and improves system uptime. The trash pumps system consists of a new, patented lightweight inspection […]

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Viking Pump Innovating for Oil/Gas

Viking Pump Lab Expansion and Innovations for Oil/Gas

Viking Pump recently had the opportunity to be a cover story for the publication Pump Engineer. Since 1911 Viking Pump’s products have been at the forefront of a variety of applications in multiple industries, from military to food & beverage. Pump Engineer spoke with Derrick Goddard, Interim President, and John Stillman, Distribution Business Line Leader, […]

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Viking Motor Speed Pump

Viking Motor Speed Pump – Smaller, Faster, Easier

Viking Pump’s Internal Gear Motor Speed Pump offers several technological advances in the science of flow solutions for the following liquid pumping applications: Chemicals – Solvents, Glycols, Refrigerants Refined fuels – Oils, Diesel, Biofuel Oils – Crude oil lubrication, Hydraulic, Edible oils Hayes Pump specializes in the following applications for the Viking Motor Speed Pump.   […]

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Pump Performance Checklist – Reduce Costs – Boost Profits

This article on Pump Performance previously published by Gorman-Rupp. Keeping your pump performance in top shape will help reduce costs and boost profits.  Follow this pump performance checklist and you will be able to cut fuel consumption, reduce replacement parts costs and minimize pumping time on every job! A pump that lets you down when […]

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pump cavitation

Pump Cavitation Damage Control Tips

This pump cavitation article previously published by Gorman-Rupp. What Damage does Pump Cavitation Cause? mpThe damage due to cavitation can range from minor pitting to a total breach of the inside of the pump. Some people describe the damage as looking like Swiss cheese or as if “iron worms” have attacked it. As evidenced by […]

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