5 Industries That Benefit From AODD Pumps
Air-operated double diaphragm pumps, or AODD pumps, are the most reliable pumps for transferring liquids and viscous fluids safely, efficiently, and precisely. Their versatile control operations, from flow to shear and from filtering solids to dispensing acute liquid measurements, make them ideal for use in a variety of industries and applications.
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A Glossary Guide to Pump Terms and Abbreviations
Like many highly technical industries, the world of drum pumps and diaphragm pumps is full of a lot of special terms, jargon, and lingo that can be difficult for an outsider to understand. But whether you're in the chemicals industry or the nutraceuticals sector (a growing market that hit $142.1 billion in 2011 sales and is projected...
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A Guide to Choosing Motors for Sanitary Pumps

If you want to choose the right kind of sanitary pump for your processing or manufacturing needs, then you need to make some important decisions first:
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When and Why to Use AODD Sanitary Pumps

Here's everything you need to know about when and why you should be using AODD sanitary pumps for your commercial applications.

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Centrifugal Pumps vs. Sanitary Diaphragm Pumps: Food and Beverage Applications
When it comes to the food and beverage industry, nothing is more important than safety and sanitation. But of course, efficiency is nice, too.​
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Global Diaphragm Pump Market Expected to Grow By 2020
According to the newest market study from Technavio, a global technology research and advisory company, the global demand for diaphragm pumps is expected to grow by a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.2% through the year 2020.

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What 3A Certification Means for Sanitary Pumps in the Dairy Industry

​When it comes to sanitation and safety standards in the dairy industry, there's no higher honor than the 3A Sanitary Standards, Inc. seal of approval. Founded in the 1920s, the "three As" represent the associations interested in improving quality standards and equipment in the dairy processing industry, both at the time and today: namely, the regulatory sanitarians, the equipment fabricators, and the processors themselves.

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Inside the Food and Beverage Industry: Air-Operated Double Diaphragm Pumps

Air-Operated Double Diaphragm Pumps (AODD pumps) are great for the pumping and transferring of anything from water to up to 90% solids. Without these pumps, it would be much more difficult for important industries to function.

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Chemical Drum Pumps and the Dangers Involved
Because of all the dangerous chemicals -- and many more corrosive and non-corrosive materials -- being transferred by chemical drum pumps, the personal safety element for each operation is extremely important. All equipment is to be thoroughly cleaned after each operation and all operators must follow proper safety precautions and regulations.

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How Sanitary Drum Pumps Shape the Cosmetics Industry

​While makeup might seem like a thoroughly modern invention, the cosmetics industry is actually as old as civilization itself. Ancient societies, from the Egyptians to the Romans and the Greeks, all indulged in various perfumes, face paints, and minerals in efforts to enhance their physical attractiveness and appearance.

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Drum Pumps for Brewers

The sheer volume of beer production in the U.S. today is staggering. The microbrewery phenomenon has taken every city across the nation by storm, while large-scale brewers continue to revel in one of America's favorite drinking pastimes. By definition, a "microbrewery" is a facility that produces less than 15,000 barrels of beer per year -- the equivalent of 465,000 gallons.

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​​Important Chemical Considerations for Industrial Pumps
Make sure that the drum pump you use protects both your workers and your materials. Select the product and model that's best suited to your needs by taking the time to consider your project from all angles.
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Safe Water Transfer and Storage can Change the World
Clean drinking water is a basic necessity of life, yet it's a luxury for many people in the world.  The global water demand has been on the rise for years and is expected to increase from about 4,500 cubic kilometers six years ago to over 6,300 cubic kilometers in 2030.
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Keeping Our Chemicals Safe and Our Water Clean


Water is one of the most valuable resources in the entire world. Many parts of the world have access to clean drinking water while there are still many areas of the world where water sources are very scarce. The global demand for water is expected to reach 6,300 cubic kilometers in 2030, up from 4,500 in 2010. 
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The 5 Most In-Demand New Features of Chemical Drum Pumps
The U.S. has always been a nation of inventors, from Edison's first lightbulb to the Wright Brothers' discovery of human flight. But as technology progresses, many of the 21st Century's inventions are becoming extremely complex. Today, one in every five patents granted in the U.S. is related to chemistry. In fact, that's a major reason that the U.S. chemical industry is the largest in the world. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. chemistry industry saw sales of $770 billion and employed 784,000 workers as of 2012, the last year data was available. (Click to Read More)

There are Many Different Terms for Drum Pumps but They All Provide the Same Function


Drum pumps are devices primarily used in commercial or manufacturing settings that serve the function of emptying barrels, tanks, and IBCs. Typically, drum pumps consist of a vertical shaft inside a narrow tube, which fits inside the drum opening. The pumping action occurs with either an impeller or rotor located at the bottom of the pump. (Click to Read More)

How Electric Drum Pumps Impact one of the America’s Biggest Industries

The manufacturing industry has long relied on the production and use of chemicals. The chemical market is one of the largest and most important industries around the globe...

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The Importance of Chemical Drum Pumps

In the past, the chemical industry was not nearly as safe as it is now. In order to reduce the inherent danger of producing sometimes volatile and harmful substances, the chemical industry is now subject to a host of regulations intended to control the production process... (Click to Read More)

Fighting the Most Serious Diseases With Sanitary Pumps

In recent years, the medical field has been able to find treatments and cures for more conditions and diseases than ever before. Many illnesses that may have once been a death sentence, can now be eliminated or at least managed through medication... (Click to Read More

Saving the Environment With Diesel Exhaust Fluid Pumps

When it comes to powering large vehicles, such as semi trucks and construction machines, standard gasoline just does not do the job. Instead, a higher thermodynamic and more efficient substance is used called diesel fuel, a fluid usually derived from petroleum. Rather than using spark plugs for the combustion of an air and gas mixture, diesel engines' fuel ignition results simply from compression and the injection of fuel into the inlet air mixture... (Click to Read More) 

Sanitary Drum Pump's and the Beverage Industry

The food and beverage industry is a growing market. Between 2012 and 2013, the U.S. food and beverage industry experienced an increase of 13% in sales, amounting to a 17% jump in average net profits. By the end of 2013, the sale of children's food and beverages in America was estimated to be $23.2 billion...
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5 Interesting Facts About the U.S. Chemical Industry

Did you know that the U.S. is one of the largest producers of chemical products? In fact, American chemical manufacturers produced an estimated $770 billion worth of chemicals in 2012. Here are a few additional facts about the current state of the chemistry industry...(Click to Read More) 


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