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Using Less Water product recovery and pigging

Using Less Water

Posted in on 17th March 2015

Why Reducing Water Consumption Makes Commercial (As well as Environmental) Sense Throughout the world, industry and commerce are significant users of water. It’s an essential resource for nearly all businesses, as well as individuals and communities. Almost every manufacturing and industrial process uses water during one or more stages of production. This may include using

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Preventative Maintenance for product recovery and pigging systems

Preventative Maintenance

Posted in on 16th March 2015

Preventative Maintenance for Pigging and Product Recovery Systems. There are many benefits in choosing product recovery, product transfer or pigging solutions from HPS. High levels of reliability, robustness and ease of maintenance are among them. All components supplied by HPS are long lasting and require relatively little maintenance. However, like nearly all industrial processes, a

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Pigging System Payback and ROI

Posted in on 4th March 2015

How to Calculate Return on Investment from a Pigging System It Will Save You More Than You Think…. No matter how large or small your business, it’s important you achieve a good return on investment (ROI) from any capital purchase you make. Buying a product recovery or pigging system is no different. Pigging systems have

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Posted in on 13th February 2015

  Visit HPS at PACK EXPO East 2015 in Philadelphia, USA. Come and See Us at Stand 218! PACK EXPO East is one of the key exhibitions in the processing and packaging industry calendar. Focussing on advanced processing and packaging solutions, it gives attendees from across the world the chance to immerse themselves in every

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Fresh Water Shortage

Posted in on 14th October 2014

There are more than 326 trillion gallons of water on the earth, covering 70% of our planet. However, less than 3% is actually fresh water and 2/3 of that is stored in ice caps and glaciers, or otherwise unavailable for use. Water scarcity is a serious issue not just for drinking water, but also because

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