Insights into Our Newly Trademarked Products

Posted by Sam Kelton | October 1, 2018

Triangle Pump Components, Inc. (TPCI) recently trademarked three product names for our reciprocating pump valves and components. These valves and extension rods, all of which meet ASTM and ISO 9001-2015 standards, feature names derived from various origins with significant meanings related to their features and applications.

Below is a closer look at the meanings behind three of our newly trademarked products.

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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.

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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.

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Pump Components for the Harsh Applications of the Chemical Processing Industry

Posted by Sam Kelton | March 15, 2017

Steam is one of the chief sources of energy in the rigorous chemical processing industry. Able to create heat, change chamber pressure, separate components, provide water, trigger chemical reactions, and transfer energy in order to power various systems, steam is used in many industrial and chemical applications.

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New Warehouse Improvements

Posted by Sam Kelton | March 2, 2017

Thanks to the leadership of Cleburne Shop Manager Jon Edson, Triangle Pump Components, Inc. has been able to
make great strides in warehouse productivity and performance.

Mr. Edson has invested his time not only in his employees, but also in the advancement of our warehouse management solutions.

His diligent work has helped to greatly improve the shipping and receiving, inventory, and manufacturing departments at TPCI.

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Ensure Speed, Quality, and Savings From Your Component Manufacturer

Posted by Sam Kelton | December 15, 2016

At Triangle Pump Components, Inc. (TPCI), we understand the great responsibility that comes with being a procurement manager. By finding ways to strategically reduce costs, eliminate waste, improve quality, and supplement the bottom line, you play a pivotal role in driving value for your company.

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How Oil Price Fluctuations Affect Small and Midsize Businesses

Posted by Sam Kelton | November 16, 2016

 As oil prices continue to fluctuate, experts are putting forth various predictions about the industry’s future. Diverse factors — ranging from international economic relations with China and the Middle East to uncontrollable disasters like Hurricane Matthew — impact the price of oil and therefore have implications for everyone involved in the industry.

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TPCI Valve Simulation

Posted by Sam Kelton | November 2, 2016

Triangle Pump Components, Inc. (TPCI) contracted Flowserve, a pump manufacturer, to compare pump valve performance using Flowserve’s proprietary PUMP-ALL software program. PUMP-ALL is a proven reciprocal plunger pump simulation program capable of predicting pump and valve performance under a variety of operating conditions, such as suction pressure, discharge pressure, and pump speed.

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Triangle Pump Components Company Brochure

Posted by Sam Kelton | October 12, 2016

Here at Triangle Pump Components Inc. we continue to build upon the reputation for quality we’ve established since we started doing business in 1919. We have earned a reputation for efficiency, long service life, and dependability and our staff is dedicated to maintaining that tradition. Triangle uses state-of-the-art computer programs including a comprehensive finite element analysis package, to address pump system problems that shorten the life of expendable parts and to ensure the continuing development of superior pump components in the future.

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Questions to Ask When You Experience Problems With Your Pumping System

Posted by Sam Kelton | September 16, 2016


When problems with your pumping system occur you want them solved fast. Every second your system is not funcioning at peak capacity your business is losing money and if the problem continues to get worse, it could result in a complete shut down of the system. How much money would you lose if you had to shut down your pumping system for 1 day? or 1 month? Could you stay in business? Would you need to lay off employees or shut down your business?

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