Springfield, Ohio -- WEFTEC visitors will see some of Moyno’s progressing cavity (PC) pump and grinder products, plus the Universal Parts range for progressing cavity pumps. Designed to fit many different PC pump brands, Universal Parts are manufactured in house to exacting standards, thoroughly tested, and now available through an extended distribution network.
Also present will be Moyno’s flagship 2000 Pumps, which can handle abrasive materials with over 80% solids and offer a performance range to 4,500 GPM, with pressure to 1,500 PSI. Moyno will showcase its Small Pumps line, including metering, magnetically driven and general utility pumps, plus the latest dosing pump.
These will accompany Moyno’s EZstripTM technology which has revolutionized the way that PC pumps and associated products can be ‘Maintained-In-Place’ to create major time and cost savings.
For more details, visit http://moyno.com
Moyno is now part of the Process and Flow Technologies division of NOV. Moyno manufactures progressing cavity pumps, grinders, screens and aftermarket spares and services, across a broad spectrum of industrial sectors including water and wastewater, oil and gas, chemical, pulp and paper, food and beverage and agriculture. The company first began manufacturing progressing cavity pumps in 1935, so has a heritage of over 75 years that is built on world-renowned design, expertise and excellence. Moyno has facilities around the world including Australia, New Zealand, USA, China, South Africa, France and UK, which are supported by a large network of international distributor partners.
National Oilwell Varco (NOV)
With its headquarters in Houston, TX USA, National Oilwell Varco has over 170 years’ experience as a leader in the design, manufacture and sale of equipment and components used in oil and gas drilling and production operations, the provision of oilfield services, and supply chain integration services to the oil and gas industry. It has more than 100 subsidiaries and over 60,000 employees at over 1,000 sites around the world, plus annual revenues in excess of $20 billion.