Farmers in Moree, NSW, are able to run their irrigation bore pumps 24/7 while reducing their diesel usage, thanks to...
Recently Pump Industry undertook the most comprehensive survey we’ve ever conducted in order to present a detailed analysis of...
by Michelle Goldsmith, Pump Industry Associate Editor Valves are vital components of pumping systems and pipelines in near-countless different...
by David Cowan, Hydraulics Engineer, ITT Goulds Pumps; Simon Bradshaw, Director of API Product Development & Technology, ITT Goulds...
An innovative new pumped storage project is being developed in Queensland, with the potential to generate significant power for...
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Early ticket release: WA Mining 2022 August 3, 2022
The ultimate event for mining and engineering professionals is back; the WA Mini...
Controlling the rate of flow in centrifugal pumping systems and impacts on efficiency July 20, 2022
There are three basic ways of controlling flow rate from centrifugal pumps. Thes...
Working towards more efficient slurry operations July 19, 2022
The pump is the heart of mining slurry operations. By paying close attention to ...
Efficient active volume mixing with Vaughan Rotamix July 15, 2022
Vaughan’s Rotamix system sets itself apart from the competition with no moving...
Vogelsang launches new rotary lobe pumps for demanding media July 14, 2022
With its EP series and VY series, Vogelsang GmbH & Co. KG from Essen (Oldenb...
Rockhampton Regional Council has taken a major step towards improving its sustainable water and sewerage infrastructure, by approving the commencement of negotiations for the supply of recycled water to the region.
Unitywater has discovered the largest ever fatberg in its sewerage network at a sewage pump station in Brendale, Queensland.
For over two weeks, ten miners have been trapped in a coal mine in Mexico, with rescue efforts being delayed by surging underground water, demanding the use of dozens of pumps.
Stage four upgrades – including improved chemical dosing systems and filtration – will begin at the ageing Mt Kynock Water Treatment Plant in Queensland, in a $28 million effort to improve water security and services for the Toowoomba region.
Central Queensland’s Livingstone Shire Council will commit $6.6 million of its 2022/23 budget toward nine water infrastructure projects to be completed within the next 12 months, including valve upgrades, pump replacements and a new booster pump station.
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