Blackmer GNX and GNXH Series sliding vane pumps incorporate numerous design features that help them excel in a wide variety of chemical-transfer applications. The design of GNX and GNXH Series pumps eliminates traditional couplings and features a commercial-grade, single-stage gearbox with aluminum housings, NEMA C-face or IEC D-flange motor connections and a proprietary output shaft that is compatible with the Blackmer keyed pump shaft. This revolutionary design makes GNX and GNXH Series pumps the industry's first alignment-free, reduced-speed pumps for use in both portable and stationary applications, Blackmer states.
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Blackmer was incorporated in 1903 and is the leading manufacturer of positive displacement pumps, centrifugal pumps and compressors for the transfer of liquid and gas products. Blackmer products are used in a variety of industries including LPG, Chemical Processing, Refined Fuels, Petroleum, Military & Marine and the Mobile Transport industries.
Blackmer Sliding Vane Pumps have been designed to provide sustained performance and trouble-free operation in a variety of oil & gas applications.
Blackmer Reciprocating Gas Compressors feature advanced technology for maximum performance to help boost productivity within oil & gas applications.
Blackmer, part of PSG, a Dover company, has announced that its TX Series sliding vane pumps feature the reliability, durability and efficiency that make them ideal for use in the transfer of a wide array of petroleum-based products, such as diesel fuel. Specifically, the sliding vanes in Blackmer TX Series pumps have been engineered with the strength needed to excel in these types of critical applications over competitive models, especially foreign "knockoff" versions. Lab tests show Blackmer sliding vanes outperform competitive knockoff models by more than two-to-one in flexural-strength tests.
Blackmer S Series Twin Screw pumps provide numerous design and efficiency advantages that are ideal for transfering bitumen from tankers to the distant tank-farm facility. Liquid bitumen must be handled at very high temperatures in order to keep it at a workable viscosity. However, even at high temperatures liquid bitumen can be an extremely viscous and shear-sensitive product. Therefore, shipyard operators and tanker owners demand a pumping technology that has been specifically designed to transfer highly viscous liquids over great distances.
The market’s only alignment free reduced speed positive displacement pumps, Blackmer GNX and GNXH Series pumps are designed to handle a wide range of non-corrosive, non-abrasive industrial liquids and petroleum products.
Blackmer offers the new NGH100 Series Horizontal Oil-Free Reciprocating Gas Compressors. NGH100 compressors have been designed to optimize operational capabilities in a wide variety of critical oilfield production operations, including wellhead transfer, artificial lift and vapor recovery.
Blackmer's S Series Twin Screw pumps deliver the operational capabilities necessary to meet the demanding needs of unloading ships such as oil tankers. Specifically, S Series pumps offer the reliability, flexibility, economy, performance and proven value to optimize the transfer of critical liquids from the vessel to distant tank farms.
Blackmer, part of PSG, a Dover company and a global leader in positive displacement and centrifugal pump, and reciprocating compressor technologies, is pleased to announce the release of its new triple-seal HD943 and HDL943 Oil-Free Reciprocating Gas Compressor line. Featuring a double-distance piece design with three individual sets of packing to maintain product purity and prevent oil migration, Blackmer HD943 and HDL943 compressors have been specifically designed for applications that require maximum leakage control.
Blackmer, part of PSG, a Dover company and a manufacturer of positive displacement and centrifugal pump, and reciprocating compressor technologies, is pleased to announce the integration of S Series Screw pumps into its pump offering.
The most obvious positive manifestation of the ongoing oil and natural gas production boom can be seen on street corners. At the end of January 2014, the average price at the pump in the United States for a gallon of gasoline was $3.28. One year later, the price for a gallon of gas had plummeted to $2.04.
Blackmer SMVP Series Pumps Feature Operational Advantages for Achieving the Full Containment of Chemicals
Blackmer, part of PSG, a Dover company that manufactures positive displacement and centrifugal pumps, and reciprocating compressor technologies, has announced that its SMVP Series Seal-Less Mag-Drive Sliding Vane Pumps feature a design that enables them to meet the need for zero leakage when handling expensive, hazardous and hard-to-seal fluids.