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  • Diesel Fuel Oil
    Across the world train transportation continues to be active. Every Locomotive Engine requires fuel. Every train yard should have refueling facilities. This requires pumps!! Blackmer GX and X model pumps are terrific at handling diesel fuels. Typically the viscosity is low (30-100 SSU). With zero
  • Pump Selection for Alt-Fuel Plant Buildup
    Like many biodiesel industry pioneers, Scott Johnson began his foray into the world of alternative fuels in his garage with some basic equipment and know-how. In 2005, Johnson and his wife Kathy were commuting a combined 440 miles a day and facing diesel fuel bills that totaled over $900 per
  • Pump Selection for Alt-Fuel Plant Buildup
    Like many biodiesel industry pioneers, Scott Johnson began his foray into the world of alternative fuels in his garage with some basic equipment and know-how. In 2005, Johnson and his wife Kathy were commuting a combined 440 miles a day and facing diesel fuel bills that totaled over $900 per
  • Hydraulic hybrids boost fuel economy
    wheels, and high-pressure accumulators recover and store normally wasted braking energy. High fuel prices have most every driver feeling pain at the pump. But imagine you're with a fleet of 91,000 delivery trucks. "Fuel conservation is critical to our business, " says company Vice President Frank
  • A Closer Look at Sliding Vane Pump Technology for Biodiesel
    has the capability to make a difference in the nation's diesel-fuel use patterns today.
  • Keep cool, save money
    effect on diesel engine performance. A diesel engine's power-to-fuel economy ratio peaks within a relatively narrow range of temperatures. Also, the output of emissions to power is lowest within another narrow range of temperatures. These two ratios overlap within an even narrower range. Therefore
  • Internal Combustion Engines
    The most transportable and rugged sources of power are IC engines. Most industrial internal combustion (IC) engines in the low-power range, about 30 hp or less, are gasoline powered because diesel engines are too heavy and costly. For example, in a small engine-powered water pump, a gasoline engine
  • Accumulators Deliver New Payoffs
    size by 25%. In turn, the diesel engine driving the hydraulic system can be 25% smaller, and resulting fuel cost savings can be as high as 30 to 35%. The same techniques are being used in oil fields where hydraulic power units drive single-acting cylinders that pump oil from wells. The pump

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