Expert View: Innovative solutions for oil terminal applications.

Colfax StorageToday Tank World gains an expert insight from Colfax into the adoption of positive displacement pumps. This adoption continues to increase because of market trends that require operators to handle multiple fluid types, an ever-growing need for speed-of transfer, better inventory management and increase site profitability. It is important to remember that storage is not the objective of the terminal or tank farm manager; rather, it is the timely delivery of a stored product.

Centrifugal pumps have long been the primary equipment of choice to move fluids in and out of oil terminal, tank farm, and bulk storage facilities. The use of centrifugal pumps stems primarily from their general suitability, widespread familiarity and low price. Yet the adoption of positive displacement pumps continues to increase in this application because of market trends that require operators to handle multiple fluid types, an ever-growing need for speed-of transfer, better inventory management and increase site profitability

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colfax-logoColfax are a sponsor of Tank World Expo, 14-15 April 2014 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Join over 1000 attendees, 100 expert speakers and 80 exhibitors and book your place today. Colfax Fluid Handling through our globally recognized brands of Allweiler, Baric, IMO Houttuin and Rosscor provides positive displacement pumps (one, two and three screw pumps) API 610 lubrication oil systems, multiphase and gas compression systems for all segments of the oil market. Within the tank storage market, Colfax supplies twin screw pumps for vessel and truck loading and unloading, stripping, circulation and blending, tank-to-tank transfer, injection and pipeline transfer. In 2013, Colfax introduced to the tank storage market the twin screw pump with the highest flow rate, 6000 m3/h (26,420 gpm). To learn more about Colfax and how they can work developing solutions for you click here.

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