In a previous issue, we used a hypothetical example to illustrate the onset and effects of waterhammer. In this...
Masterflow Solutions is a specialised supplier of customised equipment to heating, ventilation and air conditioning industries throughout Australia. A...
FPT Industrial headed up a major event on 26 September themed ‘A new engine for sustainable farming’. In collaboration...
In a previous issue of Pump Industry, Heinz P. Bloch and Richard Smith looked at cost-saving opportunities for general...
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Honda and Yanmar smart pumps for fuel and chemical transfer June 8, 2021
Midwest Valves & Controls is one of many Australian Pump Industries distribu...
SAER split casing SKD: redefining a new standard June 8, 2021
SAER’s contribution to sustainable development stands out in its commitmen...
Extending the life of potable water assets with industrial coatings May 21, 2021
Water is our planet’s most precious resource. Every living being relies on...
Brown Brothers Engineers Australia expands its aftermarket offering through the acquisition of INCA Control May 11, 2021
Brown Brothers Engineers Australia, part of the AxFlow Group, has announced its ...
Virtual engineering meetings for Graphalloy® Bushing solutions May 10, 2021
Graphite Metallizing Corporation, the manufacturer of self-lubricating GRAPHALLO...
Australia’s first underground waste collection system is live in the new Maroochydore City Centre, on the Sunshine Coast.
The Queensland Government has announced $22 million in funding for detailed design and cost analysis for pumped hydro at Borumba Dam – creating around 2,000 regional construction
The Federal Government has announced the six successful applicants of its new Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) Development Fund, which is designed to support CCUS projects on their journey to commercial viability.
Narrandera Shire Council has won the 2021 NSW Local Government Professionals Excellence Award for its Lake Talbot Water Park redevelopment, which included the build of a new pump house.
Seqwater is set to commence a $1.5 million upgrade on two important water pipes, including the replacement of four valves, which supply water from Mount Crosby Treatment Plant to Brisbane and Ipswich.
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