Take advantage of our expertise as a leading gear pump OEM, and get your system right from the start. Read CIRCOR’s Robert Limper and Emmett Sellers, P.E. on how to achieve accurate fluid delivery and service reliability in “7 Tips for Choosing a Metering Gear Pump" in a recent issue of Pumps and Systems.

Looking for new ways to get longer life out of your production process’s high-quality pumps? Check out the April issue of Flow Control. CIRCOR’s Christian Martin shares a case study of a manufacturer using our IN-1000 condition monitoring solution to improve the leak detection program for its critical heat transfer pumps.

Follow these tips to help keep gremlins away from your system.
Many pump startups are the culmination of months, if not years, of work to design the process, machine or system; specify components, instrumentation and protective devices; and review and qualify suppliers. It is also the most vulnerable time for any pump. Part I of this article describes cautions, reviews and inspections for three main components that should be conducted before startup to help ensure that gremlins of pumping systems are identified and eliminated. In a future issue, Part II will give additional tips on how to prevent delays and other, last-minute pointers to ensure successful startup of rotary pumps.

Follow these tips to help keep gremlins away from your system.
Part I of this article, in the October 2019 issue of Pumps & Systems, described cautions, reviews and inspections for three main components (piping and valves; foundation, alignment and rotation; and lubrication) that should be conducted before startup to ensure the issues that can arise with pumping systems are identified and eliminated. What follows is Part II, which reviews additional information on how to prevent delays and ensure the successful startup of rotary pumps.

Puralube Germany depends on CIRCOR’s Allweiler Progressing Cavity Pumps to optimize oil transfer and meet the many pumping challenges at its Leipzig refineries.

Pumps & Systems features an article by CIRCOR senior design engineer Tim Jones about two- and three-screw pumps for hydrocarbon applications where flow or pressure demands change frequently, or even occasionally, on any given day. In “How Positive Displacement Pumps Handle Viscosity,” find out why accurate viscosity calculations are crucial in manufacturing a pump that will perform as expected in this scenario.

Learn about the latest enhancement to the Smart Technology CM-1000 Series intelligent seawater cooling system controller – Active Valve Control. This new feature offers energy savings up to 85%, lower maintenance costs up to 50% and much more.

Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery magazine discusses how the CM-1000 intelligent pump control system is generating real energy savings in marine applications, using variable speed drive to match the energy consumption of seawater cooling pumps to the temperature of fresh water in real time.

Looking for new ways of conquering pump cavitation? The current edition of Storage Terminals magazine features Axel Jäschke, CIRCOR’s Director of Advanced Technology, giving an overview of why cavitation is – but doesn’t have to be – a problem for terminal operators. This is a lesson you won’t want to miss!

CIRCOR designs and manufactures highly engineered products and sub-systems for some of the world’s most severe-service and mission-critical applications, including the oil and gas industry. STM sat down with senior director of pump sales Mark Korzec to discuss the changing nature of the storage business and the impact of technology.

This primer on twin and three screw pumps describes how they are uniquely suited to many applications in the oil and gas market.

It is a proven reality in chemical plants that the conditions in which pumps are running today often do not match the conditions for which they were intended originally. When formulations or end products change, a change upstream of the production process follows, as do the particulars of how a pump needs to perform. But preparing for this is often overlooked. In the new issue of Pumps and Systems, CIRCOR’s global twin-screw portfolio manager Jason Tomei examines this problem and walks through how flexible pump design and aftermarket support can set chemical plant operators up for success.

Mechanical seals are controlled leakage devices, not zero leakage devices. Read our new article, “The ABCs of Mechanical Seal Leaks and Impact on Thermal Fluid Operations,” and learn about the role of condition monitoring in helping MRO professionals gauge the fitness of the pumps on which seals perform their critical function.

Pump Engineer features and article by CIRCOR's Heinz Peter Sildatke and Gunter Connert, on how Allweiler's progressing cavity pumps helped lower energy and maintenance costs while simultaneously reducing downtime in a large sewage plant in western Germany.

CIRCOR’s Jason Tomei tells a demurrage-busting story about a US PADD1 refinery that was able to pick up rail unloading speed while lowering its own embedded energy costs using a Houttuin two-screw pump system solution, in the Jan/Feb 2019 issue of Tank Storage. Reused with permission.

Pumps and Systems Magazine names CIRCOR’s Jason Tomei one of its “10 Pump Professionals to Watch.” Tomei, a product manager for twin-screw pumps, is a stellar example of the professional who helps our customers and CIRCOR succeed every day. Used with permission.

Learn more about what to expect with mechanical seals found in ALLWEILER and IMO AB pump products.

CIRCOR’s Ian White and Henrik Wikström explain in World Pumps why three-screw pumps can optimize performance and efficiency in a broad spectrum of applications while delivering benefits across a very long lifecycle. Article used with permission and published in the November/December 2017 issue of World Pumps.

This is a tale of two pump curves in storage and terminal applications: one steadily bending downward from pump shut-off head, the other barely a curve at all. Only one of those pump technologies can achieve certain critical objectives for reliably pumping hydrocarbons with highly variable fluid properties and under varying operating conditions.

With large reductions in new well and field development, and limited capital expenditure available for facility optimizations, prospects for production increases may appear dismal. But reasonable strategies to unlock stubborn reserves and optimize immediate production do exist.

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