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NOV Mono reports progressing cavity pumps sales increase

Hydrocarbon Engineering,


Following last year’s acquisition of Robbins and Myers, NOV Mono has revealed that over the past nine years, sales of its range of Universal Parts for progressing cavity (PC) pumps have increased by a huge margin of 122%. “The dramatic growth in sales has been impressive by any standards,” comments Simon Lambert, Mono™ Commercial Director - UK, Europe, Africa, Middle East and Central Asia. “It also underlines the increasing value which customers place on having quick and reliable access to high quality, proven parts for their PC pumps.”

Universal parts

Mono’s precision-made Universal Parts are suitable for most other brands of PC pumps, and the range contains a wide variety of components that help keep customers’ plants and processes up and running at peak efficiency.

“Customers are increasingly demanding a spares solution that offers quality, reliability and easy availability, and the growing popularity of our Universal Parts range shows that it offers exactly that,” adds Simon Lambert. 

As the global leader in progressing cavity pump technology, NOV Mono’s Universal Parts range includes precision-engineered parts which fit most PC pump brands, and which also carry warranties. These are engineered and manufactured to exacting standards, thoroughly tested to ensure outstanding performance, and designed to help global process industries improve their production, reliability and profitability levels

Rapid response

“With comprehensive stocks in various strategic global locations we can also offer fast turnaround times, and that helps customers minimise downtime and keep their operations moving,” adds Simon. “This rapid response also cuts down the need for customers to hold their own inventory.”

For certain product ranges, Mono can also provide fully-assembled rotating units which include a rotor, stator, joint kit, coupling rod, plug-in shaft and mechanical seal or gland packing. These price-competitive units eliminate the need for onsite assembly and also limit installation time.


Adapted from press release by Cecilia Rehn

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/06102014/nov-mono-reports-progressing-cavity-pump-universal-parts-sales-increase/


 

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