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Watson Marlow Pumps Group has published these technical articles:

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Sulfuric acid, lime slurry, ethanol, methanol, glycerin, spent yeast, and waste slurries - these are just a sample of the difficult chemicals and materials pumped throughout the biofuels industry.... (View Full Article)
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If you have not tried one yet maybe it is time. These unique pumps have been building a reputation throughout the petrochemical industry as the pumps for tough applications. Peristaltic pumps... (View Full Article)
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Originally conceived as a cement pump, the hose pump is gaining acceptance for transferring and metering abrasive fluids in many industries.... (View Full Article)
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The animation shows fluid being drawn into a pump, trapped between two shoes (in a Bredel pump) or rollers (in a Watson-Marlow pump), and finally being expelled from the pump. The gaps between the... (View Full Article)
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Positive displacement pumps (PD pumps) were created to meter or transfer hard-to-handle fluids like corrosive, viscous, shear sensitive, or abrasive slurries at various speeds without pressure-induced... (View Full Article)
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Taunton, MA - It is not hard to come up with a list of food items that improve with age. Wine, cheese, even beef are classic examples of how time can dramatically enhance taste, smoothness, and... (View Full Article)
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New drug development is focused largely on biopharmaceuticals rather than chemicals, which means the resultant drugs tend to be injectable liquids instead of solids. Furthermore, the new drugs are... (View Full Article)
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The pharmaceutical industry has had to adapt to major changes and challenges over the last decade. This has been mainly driven by the fact that many of the blockbuster drugs are running out of patent,... (View Full Article)
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Unlike their diaphragm, vane, gear and lobe counterparts, peristaltic pumps have no valves, seals or glands - the cause of most blockages, leaks and contamination issues. As a result, peristaltic... (View Full Article)
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Sulfuric acid, ethanol, spent yeast and waste slurries are just samples of the difficult chemicals and materials pumped throughout an ethanol plant. They're also the materials that can shut down... (View Full Article)
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Originally conceived as a cement pump, the hose pump is fast becoming the technology of choice for transferring and metering abrasive fluids in the mining industry.... (View Full Article)
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Compared with alternatives such as alum (aluminium sulphate) or polymers, ferric chloride is often more effective both as a coagulant and for the removal of odour-inducing sulphides.... (View Full Article)