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45% TCO – industrial pumps fight for efficiency

Energy costs represent up to 45 percent of Total Cost of Ownership for industrial pumps. The main lever for companies to get a good return from their pump investment is to maximise the efficiency of an installed pump in any way. This means to minimize the energy consumption as well as maximise availability of the pump - or in other words "energy efficiency" and "maintenance" This post will give a little overview of what is meant by the two building blocks 'energy efficiency' and'maintenance' This will then be discussed in more depth in 2 following posts. And I want to conclude this series with this series with new opportunities arising from industry4.0 or IoT developments. These developments include developments in industry 4.0 and IoT developments, such as I expect to develop new opportunities. I expect this article to be published in the next phase of this article will be published next month. Back to MailOnline.com/IoTOI developments.

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Multiphase Pumps_innovative energy efficient pump concept

EDUR describes the new concept of multiphase pumps. It delivers energy savings, uses cases such as water and waste water treatment. EDUR also describes financial results of two implementations including energy saved and amortisation time. The paper was published.

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Multiphase Pumps_innovative energy efficient pump concept