Wayne Rose, CEO of the British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) shares some thoughts on the shifting legislative landscape impacting the pump sector in the aftermath of Brexit, highlighting some of the efforts undertaken by his organisation (and others) in ensuring a fair and equitable approach is adopted across the board.Read more
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The British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) has taken note of the announcement by Minister Hollinrake regarding the extension of CE marking recognition in the UK market. This significant development, following the Department of Business and Trade’s August 2023 declaration of continued recognition for certain product regulations, prompts reflection and analysis from the BPMA on its implications for the pump sector.Read more
Using cloud-based platforms for more efficient leak detection will be the subject of an Ovarro presentation at the Philippine Association of Water Districts (PAWD) annual convention. Channel manager Craig Abbott will highlight Ovarro cloud solutions that analyse network noise to provide actionable information for leakage reduction.Read more
A trend has been gaining steam. Electric modulating pressure-reducing valves (PRV) are increasingly replacing traditional self-piloted regulators in steam systems.
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The low voltage (LV) AC drive market saw unit shipments surpass 20 million in 2023 as the market continues to expand, new data from Interact Analysis shows. According to the market intelligence specialist, the pace of growth slowed last year and is expected to continue to do so in 2024, with steady growth returning to the global drives market in 2025.Read more
British Water will sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the WaterRising Institute of the USA at the trade association’s upcoming International Reception on Monday 19 February in London. The MoU is an agreement to partner on the WaterWoman Project, which aims to accelerate gender parity in water management, addressing the urgent need for a gender-inclusive, water-positive approach to solving the water crisis.Read more