Gorman Rupp: Clearance Adjustment

Gorman Rupp: Clearance Adjustment for the Super T-Series pumps is provided by an external shimless cover plate which allows for easy adjustment of the clearance between the impeller and the wear plate. This process eliminates the need to realign belts, couplings, or other drive components. In turn, the working height of the seal assembly and impeller back clearance are not disturbed. The unique c...

Vogelsang: The New Giant in Solids Reduction

Vogelsang: The New Giant in Solids Reduction. Vogelsang’s XRipper Twin-Shaft Grinder shreds solids and debris such as rags, wet wipes, and trash. They are ideal for installation in wet wells to protect pumps and other downstream equipment from clogging. And, they are 100% repairable in the field.  Click here to download brochureDownload CLICK HERE to read about the newest Vogelsang XRi...

Aqua-Aerobic Systems: SBR’s For Wastewater

Aqua Aerobic Sequencing Batch Reactor for Wastewater Treatment represented by Envirep/TLC in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, and Washington D.C. Aqua-Aerobic Systems: SBR's for Wastewater Treatment Facilities - Achieving Low Level Nutrient Removal in a True Batch Sequencing Batch Reactor for Wastewater Treatment Facilities. Envirep/TLC recently hosted a Wondrous Wednesday Webi...

Gorman-Rupp: Centrifugal Pump Technology

Last week, several of our Maryland customers had the opportunity to tour the Gorman Rupp factory in Mansfield Ohio; to learn first hand about Gorman-Rupp suction lift pumps and submersible centrifugal pump technology. Pictured above is Mike Rowe - Gorman Rupp Application Engineer, explaining the shimless clearance adjustment method pioneered by Gorman Rupp. Gorman...

OmniSite Flow Measurement

The history of measuring flow dates all the way back to 3500 B.C. when the Egyptian Pharaoh Menes developed a flood control system for the Nile River. This system included 20 recording stations along the river to measure the level of the river. The levels were recorded daily and then compared to previous records to try and predict the future level of the river.