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Not only are Wilden pumps the most cost-effective, reliable and energy-efficient solutions available, but our state-of-the-art air distribution systems (ADS) significantly increase positive displacement pump productivity by reducing air consumption and maintenance for the most energy-efficient AODD pump operation possible.

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Wilden® positive displacement air-operated double-diaphragm (AODD) pump solutions are leading the way in a host of industries and applications.

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Determining Overall Pump Lifecycle Costs - Article in Chemical Engineering by Geoff VanLeeuwen

by PSG | Jun 09, 2020
When determining lifecycle costs for a pump, you need to look beyond the initial purchase price. Geoff VanLeeuwen, Product Management Director for Blackmer, breaks down all the lifecycle considerations you need to think about before purchasing a new pump in the latest issue of Chemical Engineering.

Some of the pump lifecycle costs to consider are:
  1. Capital costs
  2. Installation costs
  3. Operating costs
  4. Maintenance costs
  5. Decommissioning costs

Read the full article here (registration required), to better understand all the cost considerations of any new pump for your facility.