Sunday, November 29, 2009

Air Powered Vacuum Pumps feature low air consumption

From ThomasNet: An expanded line of air-powered vacuum pumps that are small, fully integrated and well suited for industrial, laboratory, and material handling applications has been introduced by Anver Corp. of Hudson, Massachusetts.

Mitey-AirVac(TM) Miniature Vacuum Stations are fully integrated into one box that includes a venturi, an internal check valve which maintains vacuum in case of a power loss, switches, and a gauge. Featuring symmetrical mounting hole locations for mounting flexibility, they have an aluminum case, weigh only 2 lbs., and pull 26" Hg vacuum with very low 1.27 SCFM air consumption.

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Vacuum Stations Subcompact with Low Air Consumption

Berlin Technologies

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Air-Driven Pumps operate at pressures up to 60,000 psi

From ThomasNet: Autoclave Engineers has designed a group of Air-Driven, Positive-Displacement, High Pressure Liquid Pumps designed for service with Oil, Water and many Chemicals.

The most popular "ASL Series" is available in a variety of drive ratios and includes both Single and Double Air-Drive designs that are capable of up to 60,000 psi (4135 bar). Manual "Hand-operated" options are available in our "ACHL Series" pump line and our AHL Series Double-Acting, Double Air-Drive pumps are designed for those that are looking for the combination of both high flow and high pressure.

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Autoclave Engineers Manufactures High Pressure Air-Driven Pumps to 60,000 psi

Berlin Technologies

Research and Markets: Greater Focus on Energy Efficiency Drives the European Positive Displacement Pumps Market

From EarthTimes: Research and Markets has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "European Positive Displacement Pumps Markets" to their offering.

This Frost & Sullivan research service titled European Positive Displacement Pumps Market provides and analyses the current and likely future trends in the positive displacement pumps market within the process industries in Europe.

This research service provides revenue forecasts for the total market and each product type across various end-user sectors along with competitive structure and market share analysis by each product type. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following product types: rotary pumps, reciprocating pumps and peristaltic pumps.

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Research and Markets: Greater Focus on Energy Efficiency Drives the European Positive Displacement Pumps Market

Berlin Technologies

Saturday, November 7, 2009

ANSI Centrifugal Pumps offer range of seal options

From ThomasNet: As one of the world's leading manufacturers of ANSI centrifugal pumps, Griswold (TM) Pump Company has developed its 811 Series ANSI Pumps to offer end-users the flexibility, durability and performance needed in a wide range of fluid-handling applications.

As such, Griswold has designed its 811 ANSI pumps to be compatible with a broad range of options and upgrades that tailor their handling and performance to meet virtually any fluid-processing operation.

You can read the full release by clicking on the link below:

Griswold's 811 Series ANSI Centrifugal Pumps Offer a Versatile Range of Seal Options

Berlin Technologies

Colfax reports reduced income and sales

From Richmond-Times Dispatch: Colfax Corp. today said preliminary results for the third quarter showed net income of $1.8 million and a sales decrease of 16.2 percent.

"We are pleased with our performance in this challenging environment," said John Young, president and chief executive officer of the Richmond-based manufacturer of industrial pumps. "While overall sales were down, our Navy and power generation businesses showed good growth over last year's third quarter."

Young said the company is making progress on cost-reduction initiatives, including cutting about 15 percent of its work force.

"We expect to realize savings of approximately $16 million in 2009 or about $22 million on an annualized basis," he said.

* Colfax is the parent company of Allweiler, represented in Israel by Berlin Technologies.

Berlin Technologies