Process Pumps : The State of the Art
The process industry relies heavily on a vast army of pumps, handling a large variety of liquids on a wide range of duties. It is therefore essential that the process pump should be an efficient, cost-effective, safe and reliable item of equipment. "Process pumps - the state of the art" reviews the process of evolution, examines today's units in detail and predicts future developments.
- Paperback | 72 pages
- 200 x 250mm | 283g
- 01 Jan 1991
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
- Professional Engineering Publishing
- Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom
Table of contents
The evolution of an adaptable process pump, A.G. Salisbury; the increasing pressures on process plant operators and how mechanical seal technology is keeping pace, C.J. Fone; trends in hydraulics and materials science for centrifugal process pumps, A. Nicklas and H. Riegger; some critical issues in process pump design and operation, R. Palgrave; safety first - canned motor pumps. Reliability in all industrial applications, U. Hoft; application and design of magnetic drive pumps, J. Dodson; condition monitoring of magnetic drive sealless pumps, J.W. Veness; purchase specification for sealless pumps - EEMUA publication No. 164, K.G. Rayner; the way forward, P.C. Barnard.