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TL-173 Digital Analysis Corporation

pH Neutralization System for Acidic and Alkaline Waste Streams at Petrochemical Plant in China

 

 

TL-172 Columbia Manufacturing, Inc

Pumps Play Critical Role in Zero Discharge

 

 

TL-171 Thermoplastics for Plants & Municipalities

 

 

TL-167 PLASTICS or METAL? Which Material is RIGHT for your pump?

 

 

TL-165 Grand Coulee Dam

Grand Coulee Dam Uses Six Cantilever Pumps to Ensure the Reliability of Three 805 Megawatt Turbines

 

 

TL-164 Foremost Machine Builders, Inc.

Converting Peroxide Waste into Profitable Sewage Disinfectant

 

 

TL-163 Pharmaceuticals: Plastics vs. Stainless Steel... Which is Better?

 

 

TL-162 What's New with Thermoplastic Centrifugal Pumps?

 

 

TL-161 Pump Material Selection Guide: NaOH Sodium Hydroxide/NaOCl Sodium Hypochlorite

 

 

TL-160 Ulu Pandan Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Neutralizing Noxious Odors at Singapore’s Ulu Pandan Sewage Treatment Works

 

 

TL-159 Pump Material Selection Guide: Bromine

 

 

TL-155 How to Specify Nonmetallic Sealless Pumps for Transferring Acidic, Caustic, Abrasive and Toxic Solutions

 

 

TL-132 Critical selection factors for thermoplastic pumps

 

 

TL-131 Nalco Chemical Co.

Eliminating Underground Waste Lines

 

 

TL-130 PVC Tank/Pump Systems Handle Corrosive Waste

 

 

TL-129 Dyno Nobel

Three Sump Pumps Survive 18 Years of Corrosive Service

 

 

TL-128 Big Scrubber, Big Pump, Big Emergency

 

 

TL-124 Boeing Company

Maintenance at the Boeing Company

 

 

TL-123 Non-metallic pumps withstand a wide range of severe service applications

 

 

TL-122 Entergy Corp.

Thermoplastic Pumps Take the Heat off Utility

 

 

TL-121 Application Possibilities Grow for Plastic Pumps

 

 

TL-120 Gaylord Foundry Equipment, Inc.

Pump Upgrading Improves Scrubber Performance and Reduces Down Time

 

 

TL-119 Teledyne Halco

Pumping Solder Flux

 

 

TL-118 Worthington Steel

Polypropylene Pumps Help Roll Away Costs

 

 

TL-116 The Plastic Alternative

 

 

TL-115 Wheaton Glass Products

Thermoplastic Pumps

 

 

TL-114 How to Select a Non-Metallic Pump

 

 

TL-112 Fluoropolymers & Custom Engineering Solve Bromine Pumping Problems

 

 

TL-110 Burbank Drum & Barrel Co.

Sump Pump Upgrade

 

 

TL-109 Gaylord Foundry Equipment

Flexible Liner Pump Cuts Scrubber Maintenance

 

 

TL-108 When to Consider Plastic Pumps

 

 

TL-107 Hitachi

Pump Choice Supports Continuous Production at Hitachi

 

 

TL-104 Sierra Lumber Company

Pump Moves Glue Easily

 

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In the 1950, Vanton developed a revolutionary all-plastic pump for use in conjunction with the first heart-lung device. The design limited fluid contact to only two non-metallic parts: a plastic body block and a flexible liner. This was the birth of our Flex-I-Liner rotary pump. Its self-priming sealless design made it an industry standard for the handling of corrosive, abrasive and viscous fluids as well as those that must be transferred without contaminating the product. Vanton now offers the most comprehensive line of thermoplastic pumps in the industry.

 

 

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