Earlier this year, we announced a merger between BJM Pumps and Stancor Pump & Control Solutions to be able to offer you a stronger product portfolio and an improved service offering. Our new unified entity combining our experience and expertise is Industrial Flow Solutions – your trusted partner delivering the solution you need guaranteed. We maximize your efficiency and profitability through our portfolio of BJM, Stancor and Oil Minder products and industry-leading customer support.
You can depend on Industrial Flow Solutions to continue offering the quality BJM, Stancor and Oil Minder pumps and controls you trust. We have retained the same commitment to our customers with the same people and products you have relied upon to get the job done for over 35 years!
The quick assumption when it comes to high temperature pumps is that they’re only meant for high temperature liquids (up to 200°F, in BJM’s case). That’s not always the case. There’s a reason that BJM refers to its Fahrenheit pump as a high temperature AND high endurance submersible pump. The “high endurance” part comes into play when the motor produces its own heat that the pump needs to dissipate that has nothing to do with the temperature of the fluid.Diagnosing the Issue
Figuring out that you need a high temperature submersible pump for endurance issues isn’t always easy. There are indications that may point you (or your pump supplier) in that direction.
- Water Temperature Isn’t Hot Enough to Cause Issues: You are experiencing premature failures similar to when pumping hot liquid and the pump can’t dissipate the heat.
In the mining and aggregate industry, you face many complex challenges. From fluctuating demand to stricter regulations, you’re likely feeling more pressure to be more efficient than ever. One aspect that can have a big effect on your bottom line is using the right submersible slurry pump.
If you’ve experienced pump issues on past projects, then you know the impact it had on the project. Clogs, motor failures, and premature wearing are some of the problems that cause costly project downtime. The maintenance costs of pulling the pumps for repair and replacement quickly add up.Submersible Slurry Pump Selection Considerations
Mining and aggregate environments are especially tough on most pumps. Selecting the right submersible slurry pump is more important than ever to minimize your costs.