Who owns Sundyne pumps?

Who owns Sundyne pumps?

Warburg Pincus
In January 2020, BC Partners and Carlyle Group sold Sundyne to Warburg Pincus, which is one of the ten largest private equity firms in the world, with a strong portfolio of companies in the energy and industrial markets.

What does Sundyne do?

Sundyne manufactures highly reliable engineered pumps and compressors for global companies in upstream and midstream oil and gas production, refining, petrochemical, chemical, power and water process industries.

Where is Sundyne located?

Employee Rating

Type Subsidiary
HQ Arvada, CO, US
Founded 1970
Cybersecurity rating AMore

Why Sundyne pump?

Sundyne pumps and compressors are custom engineered and tested to exactly match your design points, optimizing efficiency and reliability. Velocity is a key word in the Sundyne culture as it is critical to keep processes up and running around the world.

How does a Sundyne pump work?

Sundyne pumps are single stage that utilize an integral gearbox. Designed to increase the pressure of a continuous flow of fluid by applying centrifugal action, Sundyne pumps are most commonly used in HPI, CPI, and Boiler Feed applications.

Is a centrifugal pump a positive displacement pump?

A centrifugal pump is categorised as a non-positive displacement pump. Traps a certain amount of liquid and forces it from the suction to the discharge port. Flow rate remains constant as change in pressure.

What are sealless pumps?

A sealless mag drive pump is a conventional centrifugal pump without the dynamic seal that would normally be used to seal the pump shaft. This dynamic seal is replaced by a static containment shell to form a completely sealed liquid end or pressure boundary.

How do sealless pumps work?

They utilize a mechanical seal where the shaft enters the wet end, preventing any leaking of the fluid from exiting the wet end casing. The spring-loaded mechanical seal component is built to stay in place around the rotating shaft and maintain fluid separation between system mechanisms.

What is the main difference between a centrifugal and positive displacement pump?

The main difference between these types of pumps and centrifugal is that positive displacement pumps will move fluid at the same speed regardless of the pressure on the inlet end and centrifugal pumps will not.

What is a canned pump?

What is a canned motor pump? A type of pump designed to move fluids with absolutely no chance of leakage. They are considered an alternative to a magnetic drive pump that insures zero leakage, while at the same time eliminating the mechanical seal, which is often the most expensive component to maintain in a pump.