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The Effects of Poor Rotor-Stator Function in Centrifugal Pumps

March 18, 2019

Centrifugal pumps take advantage of a stacked architecture. In the middle of that cylindrical stack, a drive shaft runs top to bottom. Around that shaft, a laminated core or a bundle of electrical windings encircle the bearing-mounted rod.

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SEEPEX Progressive Cavity Pumps: Rotors and Spare Parts Available at Alpha Pumps

March 5, 2019

SEEPEX progressive cavity pumps are some of the finest in the world. With this being said, there are times when you will require rotors and other spare parts to repair these pumps.

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Allweiler Pump Rotors and Wear Parts Available at Alpha Pumps

February 22, 2019

Allweiller pumps are built to deliver rare levels of performance-tuned power. Actually, by talking about generic power-to-performance power profiles, we do the German pump manufacturer a disservice.

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Different Coupling Types and Its Applications

February 14, 2019

Dependent on a mechanical system's torque requirements, different drive solutions are used to link the various sections of a rotating powertrain.

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How to Check Efficiency and Performance of Progressive Cavity Pumps

January 31, 2019

To test progressive cavity pump efficiency, we'll need to collect the following flow regulating parameters.

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Rotor-to-Stator Rub: Pump Problems and Remedies

January 9, 2019

For pump repair techs, rotor-to-stator rubbing causes big headaches. The stator is the outside tube, the part of a pump that contains the rotor. So, when there's little clearance between the two mechanical assemblies, the parts rub together.

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