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Processing & Handling :: Liquid, Gas and Air Handling

August 1, 2007

Selecting a Positive Displacement Pump

The need to reduce production costs and optimize energy consumption makes proper pump selection more important than ever. Understanding basic pumping principles and the fluid characteristics for a given application is the starting point for selection

John Petersen and Rodger Jacoby Viking Pump, Inc.

    It has been said that pumps are the second most common piece of industrial equipment next to electric motors. There are literally millions of pumps in use around the world handling thousands of different liquids. With the many types of pumps...

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