Do you have a pump? Are you looking for ways to protect the pump you have and lower application costs? Did you know that automating the pumping process has a variety of benefits including improving dispensing accuracy, preventing the overfilling and consequential loss of product, preventing pumps from running dry or running against a closed valve and getting damaged, reduced labor costs, and it can help with freeing labor up so that they can work on other tasks? These are all reasons why you should definitely consider automating your pumping process. 

Do you know which pumping applications can and are most frequently automated? Perhaps you realize the benefits that can come from automating your pumping process, and you want to automate it, but you aren’t sure if the application that you use the pump for is one that will work for automating the process.  If you aren’t sure whether or not your application can be automated, we have a list. Some examples of pumping applications that are frequently automated include batching and dispatching, heating and cooling, dosing and metering, dewatering, multiphase pumping, pressure boosting, recirculation, transfer, and unloading.

From the amp draw to the float switch to the probes, there are a variety of ways to automate your pump. If you want to find out all of the ways that you can automate your pump, then check out this very helpful infographic that talks about 17 ways to automate your pump for lower application costs & increased pump protection. It will provide you with all of the information that you need to know for automating your pump.

Infographic designed by: North Ridge Pumps How to Automate Your Pump