Hydro Innovations recently opened a new training centre, called the Hydro Innovations Pump Institute, to assist its customers in...
Advanced technology allows farmers to seamlessly integrate their equipment as agribusiness continues to boom. Improvements in control system technology...
As solar and wind renewable technologies continue to disrupt the energy market, a new renewable player has snuck into town...
A New South Wales meat process plant was looking to upgrade their effluent transfer pumps as their vertically mounted...
By using an EDUR multiphase pump, the compressor, air saturation vessel, the standard pump, and the control system can...
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SAER expands its range of IR close coupled pumps May 20, 2022
IR pumps are one of the most known and appreciated series of the Italian manufac...
Water pumps that you can rely on: quality, reliability and performance from Franklin Electric May 11, 2022
Commencing back in 1962 in Dandenong, Victoria, close-by its present site, Frank...
Iconic swimming pool chooses Ebara GSD pumps for filtration pump upgrade May 10, 2022
The iconic Fitzroy swimming pool, operated by the Yarra City Council and Yarra L...
Flexibore® with submersible pumps – the perfect solution May 9, 2022
Australian layflat hose manufacturer Crusader Hose has an excellent working rela...
Getting the best out of your engine May 6, 2022
Maintaining a diesel engine Just like owning a diesel car, light towers, pumps a...
The $15 million Greenbushes to Kirup pipeline has been completed and will link properties in South West Western Australia to the Warren Blackwood Regional Water Supply Scheme (WBRWSS).
Goondiwindi’s Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) is likely to become one of Australia’s first to expand into hydrogen production and create a hydrogen economy for the region.
Two New South Wales cotton growers will travel around the world to learn about sustainable farming and irrigation practices – such as how to best utilise solutions such as solar pumps – through the Nuffield Scholarship.
The Victorian Government has announced $24.8 million in funding for the Dingley Recycled Water Scheme, which will include a new 42km pipeline to deliver recycled water to Melbourne’s South East.
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