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We are pleased to announce Total Equipment is now a distributor for Viking Pump.

Viking has been a leading design and manufacturer of rotary positive displacement pumps since 1911.  They offer a wide range of pump models, sizes and composition, as well as customized, fit for purpose options, to meet a customer’s strictest requirement.

There universal and motor speed product line is available in cast iron, ductile iron, stainless steel and steel. The other product types include hygienic, spur gear, vane and liquid specific.  It is crazy to think that most of the products we use daily have been processed in some way by one of these pumps. Applications include adhesives, ammonia, asphalt, biofuels, chocolate, creams, dyes, edible oils, glycerol, glycol, hot melt and wax, latex, paints, peanut butter, toothpaste and many many more. Viking’s experience with thousands of liquids allows them to produce proven solutions for your application, whether it is thin/thick, hot/cold, edible/toxic, liquid/solid and much more.  

Viking is also equipped with accessories such as parts kits, motors, reducers and strainers that can be installed by Total Equipment to complete your pump.   Total Equipment’s service department is qualified to provide repairs on an existing Viking Pump to keep you up and running.

Learn more about Viking Pumps by contacting Total Equipment at 412-269-0999 or 304-755-3345 or on our contact us form.

 

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A compressor system’s operation can have a significant impact on a business’ overhead. Simplyput, the more efficiently a system operates, the lower the overall costs to maintain it. Our focus at Total Equipment Company is to educate our customers in maintaining maximum air compressor and pump performance, and hidden problems within the piping systems of these can prove to be costly. Here are a few common hidden problems, complete with solutions:

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A crucial variable in moving air from the compressor to its point of use is the pipe size. If this is the case, the result is a poor system that consumes a significant amount of energy funds as well as diminishes quality and productivity. There are two commonly used solutions, that, while they may seem to correct the immediate problem, can actually be more costly in the long run.

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