Tomlinson Hall hosts pump event

Date:

25th November 2016

Pump technology, innovation and efficiency were on the agenda this month as our client Tomlinson Hall shared its industry expertise.

Tomlinson Hall, in conjunction with Grundfos and CRANE ChemPharma & Energy Flow Solutions presented to representatives of the manufacturing, utilities, and process industries at the event on November 10.

Held at Grundfos Manufacturing, Sunderland, the event which was co-hosted by the North East of England Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC) aimed to help companies understand how to optimise the size and specification of their pumps, gain knowledge on how to use energy-saving pumps, and learn about new technologies that can help reduce energy consumption.

The event featured presentations from Colin Simpson, business development director of Tomlinson Hall, Tony Keville, managing director of Tomlinson Hall, Simon Smart, area sales manager at Grundos and David Lindsay, Nordic Region sales manager – Pumps at CRANE ChemPharma & Energy Flow Solutions.

Delegates were able to learn more about pump applications in the process industry, explore cutting-edge energy-saving technology and gain advice on using pumps more effectively.

The day also included a factory tour of Grundfos Manufacturing, one of the world’s leading pump manufacturers.

Founded in 1919, Billingham-based Tomlinson Hall & Co Ltd has vast expertise in the pump industry. A joint founding member of the Pump Distributors Association, Tomlinson Hall is an approved global distributor of many leading pump brands, such as DEPA, ELRO and Grundfos, and distributes pumps for leading manufacturers including CRANE ChemPharma Flow Solutions, Calpeda, Flowserve, Richter and Flux. The firm, which works with high profile clients in the UK and in overseas markets, also manufactures its own innovative liquid ring vacuum pump, Liquivac.

Launched in 2003, NEPIC is an industry-led cluster group which supports the economic sustainable growth of the process industry in the North East of England. Since 2004, 83 process sector investment projects have been delivered in the region at £4.3 billion.

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