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Pumps are arguably the most common machine in power and process industry, and major consumers of energy, yet relatively little information is available on the application of predictive maintenance/condition monitoring to them. When deterioration in performance of a centrifugal pump causes a drop in plant production, overhaul is readily justified, as its cost is usually small in proportion.

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22,000 potential pumped hydro sites located

An Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) funded study by the Australian National University (ANU) has...

Residential development utilises heat pumps to harvest energy

Rosehill Waters, a residential development near Perth’s CBD, uses pumps to harvest free energy from...

5,000 potential pumped hydro sites identified

Research conducted by the Australian National University (ANU) has identified around 5,000 potentially suitable pumped...

Maximising digester performance with HUBER Rotary Screw Thickeners

Hydroflux is playing a small but vital role in the operation of the Luggage Point...

Energy efficient appliances now more affordable for Tasmanians

The Hodgman Government has launched a $10 million Tasmanian Energy Efficiency Loan Scheme which provides...

Improving farm irrigation efficiency

Solar-powered pumps to reduce energy costs and sprinklers that can adjust the amount of water...

Funding for Victorian solar pumped hydro

The Victorian Government and City of Greater Bendigo have committed $150,000 in funding towards a...

Snowy Mountains 2.0 Scheme set to begin

Work will soon begin on the plan for the Snowy Mountain Scheme 2.0, a project...

New potential for pumped hydro storage

Pumped hydro storage has the potential to help secure 100 per cent renewable energy, a...

Do you have a spare pump in case of failure?

Given the significance of the oil and gas industry in Australia, if an operation had...


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