Flowserve Pump Division Publishes Chemical Processing Brochure

19.02.2003

The Flowserve Pump Division has published a new full-color 20-page Chemical Processing brochure. The literature notes that Flowserve’s comprehensive line of pumps fully meet the liquid movement needs of the chemical processing industry for traditional synthesis and catalysis and for developing techniques, such as bioprocessing, cryogenic processing and new reactor and separation technologies.

Featured in the bulletin are ASME (ANSI) and ISO design chemical processing pumps for such services as: process liquids with low flow/high head and those that are toxic or temperature sensitive; and moving heat transfer fluids for chillers and condensers to cooling towers, heat exchangers and heat recovery generators. Flowserve’s chemical processing pumps are also ideal for such services as: transportation including transfer, storage, tank car loading, unloading and pipeline; and effluent treatment. The brochure also notes that Flowserve’s extensive industrial and heavy-duty pump lines are available to satisfy plant-wide pumping needs from plant water to the power house to auxiliary services. For more information about Flowserve’s Chemical Processing brochure or any Flowserve chemical processing products contact:

Flowserve Corporation

Pump Division

4978 Riverton Rd.

Dayton, OH 45414

Telephone: (800) 728-7867

Fax: (937) 890-5314

E-mail: fpdinfo@flowserve.com

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