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Pump Solutions Group to Exhibit Leading Pumps and Compressors at Canadian Oil & Gas Show

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Pump Solutions Group to Exhibit Leading Pumps and Compressors at Canadian Oil & Gas Show

Pump Solutions Group (PSG®), a business unit within Dover Corporation (NYSE: DOV) and the global leader of positive displacement pumps and related technologies, announced that it will exhibiting its leading pumps and compressors at the 21stWilliston Basin Petroleum Conference, being held April 30 – May 2 at Evraz Place in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.

This year’s Williston Basin Petroleum Conference, which will focus on New Energy Horizons, is expected to attract approximately 3,000 professionals from the oil and gas industry. The following PSG operating companies will be displaying their leading equipment in the booth:

Blackmer® will be displaying its highly efficient sliding vane pumps and reciprocating gas compressors that have been designed for transfer and loading/unloading in a variety of Oil & Gas applications. Blackmer sliding vane pumps can meet the strict demands of crude oil operations because they have been designed specifically for high-volume product transfer, thanks to their unmatched suction and self-priming capabilities, which enable them to strip tanks, barges and railcars. They also possess the ability to run dry, which is a useful trait when attempting gravity-feed operations in cold temperatures with heavy oils. Meanwhile, single- and two-stage compressors are ideal for natural gas handling in oilfields, featuring a distance piece compartment that gives the operator maximum control of any vapours that would normally vent into the crankcase while also preventing any oil that is present from contaminating the natural gas stream.

Griswold™ Pump Company will be exhibiting its 811 Series ANSI Centrifugal Pumps, which offer standard-setting performance and reliability for a wide range of Oil & Gas applications, including pumping produced saltwater into trucks or pipelines; facilitating the complete transfer of oil from a tanker to a storage tank; and the pumps are ideal for tank transfer and truck loading and unloading in low-temperature and low-pressure conditions. Engineered for operational flexibility, efficiency and durability, the 811 Series has twice the wear area between the case and impeller when compared to closed-impeller designs. The open-impeller design also minimizes concentrated wear by balancing the hydraulic thrust load and reducing stuffing-box pressure, which maximizes performance while simplifying maintenance, extending pump life and reducing repair costs.

Neptune™ Chemical Pump Co. will be displaying the Solar D™ Series Chemical Injection Pump and 500 Series Hydraulic Diaphragm Metering Pumps. The Solar D is an innovative solar-powered chemical injection pump that can be used to feed a wide variety of production chemicals into remote Oil & Gas wells where electrical power is often unavailable. The Solar D provides maximum chemical containment, precise and chemical-injection rates at pressures up to 1,200 psi (83 bar), as well as reduced field service and downtime. The 500 Series Hydraulic Diaphragm Metering Pumps feature EZE-CLEAN™ valve cartridges that can be removed from the pump heads without disturbing the pump’s piping. Variable Oil By-pass™ stroke adjustment provides better valve performance than variable-linkage designs.

Wilden® will be featuring its Advanced™ Series Metal Air-Operated Double-Diaphragm (AODD) Pump. The Advanced Series provides superior product containment and improved energy efficiency in a variety of Oil & Gas transfer applications. The pumps feature a bolted configuration that ensures product containment while their optimized liquid path reduces internal friction, which maximizes output and efficiency. The Advanced Series AODD Pumps include Wilden’s Pro-Flo™ X Air Distribution System (ADS), which offers operational flexibility through its Efficiency Management System (EMS). The EMS allows the user to optimize the ADS for any application demands, regardless of pump size, through the use of a control dial that enables the flow rate that best suits the specific application to be manually selected.

To learn more about Pump Solutions Group (PSG®), visit www.psgdover.com.

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