18th International Pump Users Symposium opens with record number of product launches
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS - The Turbomachinery Laboratory at Texas A&M University announced today that a record number of companies are using the 18th International Pump Users Symposium to launch new products, services and partnerships at the world's leading pump show.
The Turbomachinery Laboratory at Texas A&M University is sponsoring the 18th International Pump Users and Short Courses, March 5-8, 2001, at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston.
The world-renowned meeting is drew more than 3500 pump users from around the world.
Five one-day short courses are were offered on Monday, March 5. The symposium opened Tuesday, March 6, with 12 lectures on a variety of topics related to present leading-edge machinery technology. Five tutorials are presented in a teaching, sometimes hands-on, setting. Thirteen topical discussion groups address current problems the attendees bring to share with their peers. They will go away with solutions to those problems.
The International Pump Users International Pump Users exhibits show includes approximately 225 exhibiting companies in 400 booths.
Several companies are introducing new products and services at the 18th International Pump Users Symposium.
DiscFlo announces the development of the first-ever ANSI pump that can handle entrained air and gas in highly viscous and abrasive slurries without clogging, cavitation, or breakdown while conforming to all ANSI pumping standards.
Goulds Pumps presents new ICM line of ISO magnetic drive pumps
Haight Pumps appointed exclusive distributor of composite pumps
Ringfeder Corporation introduces new RFC Ring-lok™ taper bushing system with a keyless locking device.
Tuthill Pump Group launches new line of process pumps
VSX - VOGEL SOFTWARE introduces the Spaix® Pump Selection Software for PC and Internet into the US market.
Some more reports about this event will be published in impeller.net within the next days.
Source: Turbomachinery Lab