Improving water efficiencies

Published:  17 October, 2019

Water consumption is a key consideration for those looking to increase plant efficiency and reduce operational costs.

Traditional sealing solutions on centrifugal pumps such as mechanical seals and compression packings require high levels of flush water, resulting in higher overall costs for the operation of these pumps in water consumption alone.

James Walker reports it has developed a solution that drastically reduces this water consumption by utilising the flush for process control only – it is known as KlickFix and operates using multiple sealing lips, safely stored until required and then rapidly deployed with minimal process interruption.

W: www.jameswalker.biz/klickfix

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