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Did you know that the anticipated temperature of the medium being pumped and the environment the pump will be in, are two critical components in the pump selection process? Understanding these will ensure you select appropriate materials of construction and most importantly, the correct pump.

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With so many types of wine pumps available, it can be difficult understanding which type of wine pump is suitable for your winery. Depending on the stage of winemaking you are at, there may be different types of wine pumps appropriate. For example, there are pumps suitable for must, with open or flexible impeller characteristics allowing for whole or destemmed grapes, as well as pumps best suited for delicate handling and transfer of the finished product.

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Understanding the different parts that make up your pump allows you to implement effective and best-practice maintenance procedures. 

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In some applications, a single pump may not be suitable for the site’s requirements. Did you know it is possible to install pumps either in series or parallel to increase the flow rate or increase the head pressure? 

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When purchasing a pump, the upfront cost is usually the main, or only, consideration within the decision-making process. As we discussed in a recent blog, this initial cost makes up a mere 10% of the total life cycle cost of the industrial pump. Therefore it is critical you consider all potential costs that may be associated. 

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Are you responsible for maintenance on a major mine site? Or maybe you’re the lead engineer at a chemical plant? Whichever industry you’re from, you might be responsible for selecting, installing, maintaining and repairing a variety of pumps.

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The Global Pumps’ team have worked in multiple industries, including food and beverage. As Australia has 65 unique wine regions on our doorstep, it’s no surprise we know a thing-or-two about wine and pumping wine. Our dedicated wine team work closely with wineries across the country, sourcing and supplying top quality, fit-for-purpose wine pumps.

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The life cycle cost is the total cost associated with your industrial pump from the point of procurement, to the point of decommissioning and disposal. If you’re considering repairing or replacing an existing pump, analysing the life cycle cost of the pump will help Operation or Plant Managers choose between alternative pumping options and decide between repairs or a new purchase.

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When it comes to selecting the right food and beverage pump, it is imperative that the pump chosen is compliant, and most importantly, appropriate for the application. If not, you will not only be wasting delicious product, but time and money. 

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In the Southern Hemisphere, the Vintage season falls between February and April. It’s one of the busiest times of years for producers in Australia’s (and the world’s) prominent wine regions.

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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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