Triangle Pump Components - Volumetric Efficiency

Posted by Sam Kelton | November 15, 2017

Are your pumps running at their maximum strength? To be sure your pumps are operating at optimal volume, it is important to evaluate their volumetric efficiency on a regular basis.


Application Engineer, Inside Sales Manager Join Triangle Pump Components Team

Posted by Sam Kelton | October 17, 2017

Known for manufacturing efficient, long-lasting, and reliable pump products, Triangle Pump Components depends on a strong team to deliver the highest quality pump components to our customers. When a company’s commitment to quality is as tenacious as ours, we strive to hire the best possible candidates for each position across our team.


Triangle Pump Components Gives Back

Posted by Sam Kelton | October 6, 2017

Triangle Pump Components deeply values our customers, their businesses, and the communities in which they live and work. We strongly believe in giving back to the people and organizations that help sustain our business every day. To show our appreciation, we are currently involved with and support several charity organizations, both locally and throughout the United States.


Triangle Pump Components Celebrates Annual Manufacturing Day

Posted by Sam Kelton | October 6, 2017

With Manufacturing Day fast approaching on Friday, October 6, the team at Triangle Pump Components, Inc. is taking some time to reflect on this past year, both in terms of our own achievements and throughout the world of manufacturing.


Delrin® Vs. Titanium Plate Valves

Posted by Sam Kelton | September 27, 2017

Comprised of a disc and a seat, plate valves are an essential component in many types of pumping operations. The disc moves between the seat and retainer in relation to the variations in fluid pressure on its sides, thereby controlling the pressure flow. Other plate valve components include the bolt, the springs, and the plate. 


PTFE, Graphite, and Kevlar: Selecting an Adapted Plunger Packing Material

Posted by Sam Kelton | July 5, 2017

By providing a seal around a plunger, piston, or extension rod, plunger packing helps ensure adequate downstream pressure in various pumping applications. For pumps using plungers or extension rods, the packing remains stationary in a stuffing box, while in piston pumps, it moves with the piston inside a groove.


Using AR & Plate Valves

Posted by Sam Kelton | June 30, 2017

Valves are used in industrial pumps to control the flow of fluid through modifying the passageway. These valves regulate pressure and prevent breakage and damage to the pump while maintaining a geometric flow.


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The Advantages of TPCI's Ceramic Plungers

Posted by Sam Kelton | June 2, 2017

Triangle Pump Components, Inc. (TPCI) produces high-quality, reliable parts for reciprocal plunger pumps used in the oil, industrial manufacturing, and food processing industries.

Our proprietary manufacturing process eliminates the risk of pull-apart problems that often occur with ceramic plungers, allowing us to deliver sturdy, dependable parts that last for years.


Common Causes of Cavitation in Pumps

Posted by Sam Kelton | May 16, 2017

Frequently occurring in pumping applications, cavitation creates bubbles or vapor cavities in a liquid as a result of rapid changes in pressure. These liquid-free voids typically form in low-pressure zones and can burst when subjected to high pressures, sending powerful shockwaves throughout the entire application.


The Importance of Backup Components for Pumps

Posted by Sam Kelton | May 8, 2017

Over the years, the team at TPCI has noticed a recurring issue: Many companies with pumping applications will not replace their pump components when necessary. Instead of following the recommended maintenance cycles, they often wait until there’s an emergency or something breaks or fails.