More PumpSelector with Spaix Inside


VSX – Vogel Software, leading supplier of pump selection software for Windows and the Internet announces the new software support program Spaix Inside. It is about a new series of high quality articles to help professionals working in data entry or maintenance and users alike to use the software more effectively.

More PumpSelector with Spaix Inside

In addition, the software developer stated that all information will be published on the VSX website as well as in the new Spaix Inside category on the pump portal

“Our pump selection, configuration and quotation software by now has comprehensive functions. Users and in particular those working in data entry - so mainly pump manufacturers – barely know all the options nor can they tap the full potential. With this new series we want to put the spotlight on a number of subject matters to follow in no particular order to help optimizing the use of the product”, VSX Managing Director Jens-Uwe Vogel comments on the company’s motivation to start the series.

These articles with different subjects written by developers, members of software support as well as power users are aimed at numerous target groups. The focus is supposed to be on software customization and data entry. However, there will also be themes presenting the effective use of the selection software. Issues will include technical documentations as well as instructions and hints on single functions in several Spaix modules. Plus readers can find tips and tricks about undocumented features. All this information will turn Spaix Inside into a substantial virtual library. To find requested information quickly cross links to preceding Pump Magazine articles with related content are included in every posting.

For further information please contact:


Robert-Blum-Str. 3

01139 Dresden


Tel.: ++49 (0)351 899 510

Fax: ++ 49 (0)351 899 5111



VSX – VOGEL SOFTWARE is the specialist for software and Internet solutions for the pump industry. The company develops applications to select and configure components and systems such as pumps, valves and pipes. These software solutions mainly serve pump manufacturers and pump users to optimize business processes by combining technical configurations with commercial aspects such as price calculation and project management. The Company, which was founded in 1995 with headquarters in Dresden, Germany is the market leader in pump selection software and has world wide business relations to companies with focus on the pump and chemical industry. The world’s largest pump manufacturers like EBARA, Friatec, ITT Industries, KSB, and Wilo are among its clients.

More articles on this topic

VSX Announces Matthias Siegel as New Managing Director

27.03.2024 -

After more than 30 years, Hanns-Henrik Vogel and Jens-Uwe Vogel, founders of the software company VSX – VOGEL SOFTWARE GmbH, hand over the management of the company to Matthias Siegel, who will take over as Managing Director on April 1, 2024. The new owner Everfield also welcomes this decision and is actively involved in supporting Matthias with the resources and guidance to ensure a good and successful start.

Read more

New Pump Handbook from Alfa Laval

21.02.2024 -

Alfa Laval just published a brand new edition of the company’s renowned Pump Handbook. The 375-page handbook is free and contains scholarly information on basic pump functionality and in-depth guidelines for sizing and selecting the right pump type for optimum efficiency.

Read more

Bearing Selection Crucial to Pump Reliability

04.09.2023 -

Delegates at an international water industry conference learned that bearing selection plays a critical role in vertical turbine pump (VTP) performance, and that application, medium and bearing material should also be considered during pump manufacturing or refurbishment.

Read more

Selecting the best pump for CCS applications

19.01.2023 -

Pumps play an important role in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), and selecting the most effective pump is the key to achieving low operating costs, cut CO2 emissions, and limit the global temperature increase. For nearly three decades, the UN has brought together almost every country on earth for global climate summits.

Read more