Sulzer Pumps Launches New Pump Performance Expert Service


Sulzer Pumps has launched a new Pump Performance Expert service for customers in the pulp and paper industry. This new global service will contribute not only to reducing customers’ Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) but also to achieving significant benefits in their existing and future processes.

Sulzer Pumps Launches New Pump Performance Expert Service

Sulzer Pumps’ extensive product and applications knowhow contributes to the improvement of customers’ processes (Image: Sulzer)

The Pump Performance Expert Service focuses on MC (medium consistency) applications, agitation and mixing applications, tower channeling and discharge. This service is applicable for both the installed bases of Sulzer Pumps and other Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM). By applying our in-depth knowhow and expertise in diagnostics and regular mill surveys our customers can achieve extensive performance improvements in mixing, agitation and pumping applications.

Through this service, customers will significantly benefit from simplified applications, energy savings and more flexible processes with reduced chemical consumption, operation costs, maintenance and process down time. Customers will gain from a wide range of savings in pumping, mixing, agitation and tower management applications, all in one package. Additionally to this service, Sulzer Pumps offers large mill and corporate wide agreements to further reduce TCO.

More articles on this topic

Grundfos Launches Smart App in the Philippines for Fast, Efficient Water Infrastructure Service

12.11.2020 -

Basic necessities and services must be within everyone’s reach, that is why the Philippines continues to push for digital transformation amid the pandemic. The digital shift is also encouraged for companies to stay resilient, innovative and to respond better to the needs of their customers. As water and sanitation services are crucial in the Philippines, the public and private sectors must leverage intelligent digital technologies that can provide sustainable water supply and improved sanitation for all.

Read more

Installing modern materials and design upgrades through retrofit projects in chemical plants

22.10.2020 -

Modern chemical manufacturing plants depend on numerous important assets for reliable operation to maintain productivity. Retaining legacy equipment is a cost-effective way to minimize capital expenditure, provided efficiency and reliability can be upheld. The implementation of retrofit projects allows modern materials and parts manufacturing techniques to update existing components extending the asset’s service life.

Read more