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Self-priming pumps are a specific type of liquid pump. They are designed for fluid movement and transfer which results in increased efficiencies in many pumping applications.

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To maintain optimal performance for longer, it is important to service your pump regularly, and ensure it's accessible for regular servicing including: removing sections of pipe work, maintaining sufficient cooling around the pump and having the required space for lifting equipment.

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Global Pumps are open right through this holiday season!

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 The Global Pumps team have worked with chemical manufacturers for over forty-years, providing safe and reliable pumping solutions. One of the most crucial considerations when handling chemicals, is ensuring safety measures are met. Particularly when it comes to flammable liquids.

This week, we spoke with Amos to find out everything you need to know about pumping flammable liquids. Amos has worked with Global Pumps for over 10 years, consulting customers across multiple industries, advising of best practice and providing reliable pumping solutions.

Check out the interview, and take note when you’re next pumping flammable liquids…

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Throughout mining operations, slurry pumps are critical in the effective transport of slurry across the plant. Their running costs are a significant component of the total lifecycle costs, estimated to be around 32%. Therefore, any failure to your slurry pump can bring your project to a grinding halt.

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Air operated diaphragm pumps are tremendously flexible and easy to install. However, like any pump, they do have their technical limits when handling air or liquid pressure, which are defined precisely by the manufacturer for your model. But what sort of air pressure range do diaphragm pumps typically use?

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Choosing between a magnetic drive pump and a peristaltic pump largely comes down to the fluid you are wanting to pump and the type of application.

Magnetic drive pumps use magnets to turn the drive shaft while peristaltic pumps use the compression of a tube or hose to create suction.

Let’s take a look at exactly how these two pumps differ and what their unique advantages and disadvantages are.

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Global Pumps have long provided a diverse range of pumps to the brewery industry. Given the nature of the product, the application demands hygiene and gentle pumping to ensure the integrity of the beer.

In this blog, our team identify the top pumps for your brewery and in what applications they are ideal.

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If you haven’t heard the news - Global Pumps have acquired Australian Industrial Pump Systems who have built up an enviable reputation over their 27 year history being one of Australia's leading manufacturers of high-end Packaged Fire Pump Systems. This new acquisition sees the Global Pumps’ product portfolio extend to incorporate fire pumps and complete, packaged fire pump systems.

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Peristaltic hose pumps are most often known as hose or tube pumps. These pumps are self-priming rotary positive displacement pumps and consist of only three major parts: hose or tubing, housing, and rotor.

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Guide To Selecting the Best Pump

If you need some guidance on how to select the right pump then you’re not alone! There’s such a wide range of pumps in Australia, from centrifugal pumps to hose pumps to diaphragm pumps. The options available to you can make it a difficult choice, so we’ve created this special guide to help step you through the process of selecting the ideal pump for your requirements.

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