Author Archives: Thomas Hagler

WILFLEY Introduces the DryLock 3 Seal

DryLock® 3 Seal Makes it Easier Than Ever to Upgrade The DryLock 3 Seal is the latest generation of the DryLock series and has been designed exclusively for the A7 process pump. The seal has all of the state-of-the-art features of the DryLock 2 loaded into an existing DryLock 1 seal housing. These new features significantly improve the reliability in […]

Liquiflo: Mag-Drive Chemical Metering Pump

Since 1972, Liquiflo has manufactured high-quality Gear Pumps, specifically designed to meet the demanding needs of the chemical industry.  Liquiflo pumps are made from high-alloy materials such as: 316 Stainless Steel Alloy-C Alloy-20 Titanium By offering a large selection of corrosion-resistant internal materials and multiple sealing options – such as mechanical seals and magnetic-drives – Liquiflo […]

Caustic Soda Transfer Pumps: Alternative Solutions

Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH), or more commonly known as caustic soda, is one of the most widely used chemicals in manufacturing processes. We come across pumping applications for caustic quite often and the primary concentration we see is a 50% solution. I am not saying this is the most common around the world, but this is just […]

Dynamically Sealed Pump Overview

When working with customers we like to focus on pumping solutions that are a bit out of the norm for a lot of people. One of the pump brands we represent in the State of Tennessee is WILFLEY. This is a company that started as a slurry pump manufacturer that morphed into one of the most […]

The Seal-Less ANSI Pump

“With the Dynapump LE pumps’ performance and price, Teikoku USA has blown-away our paradigm for spec-ing and installing ANSI pumps, sealed or sealless, in sizes up to 3 x 2-8.” — Reliability Engineer The more involved I get with companies on their processes and specifying pumps for their applications, the more I find that money is being […]


External Circumferential Piston vs. Lobe – What is the difference? Let me start by saying, I will not write External Circumferential Piston pump the entire blog. It will be referred to as an ECP pump! I often get asked the question, “What is the difference between a lobe pump and an ECP pump?” Let it be […]