By Johan Cilliers, Valve Product Manager, Amiad Australia In our environmentally sensitive world, the need for air release from...
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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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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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