Kalgoorlie, WA Australia (PressExposure) September 17, 2011 -- For Immediate Release
Today, an urgent meeting was called at Prestige Universal Mining Pumps (PUMP) headquartered at Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. The agenda of the meeting was to enforce a thorough scrutiny on the progress made by PUMP together with its sister arm Snorts about its researches on submersible pumps. Senior members at PUMP hinted that they are soon to achieve a significant breakthrough in their researches in submersible pumps but did not elaborate further because of confidential reasons.
Last month, PUMP had introduced newer integrated software that seamlessly connects its Management Information Systems (MIS). It had already revamped its operational wing with state-of-the-art OR (Operation Research) tools. Now, it appears that it is easier for the pumping behemoth to carry out research and development activities and build on the progress that it has made in the last 5 years or so.
PUMP is known for its excellent pump repairs services and has a subsidiary unit named Snort Pumps. PUMP has a branch office at Townsville, Queensland. PUMP maintains a comprehensive parts list and has full backup and service facility. It specializes in fast turnaround on repairs and parts.
Like other disciplines, pumping technology too has benefited from advances in computer science. With facilities for comprehensive calculations using computers, it is practical now to follow what W.E. Gilbert, considered as father of modern mechanical engineering, recommended in the 1950s but could not be implemented because of computational constraints.
According to a senior mechanical engineer at PUMP, Gilbert's ideas together with nodal analysis put forward by K.E. Brown provide great practical and economic benefits. One of the handouts offered to attendants at press release read that by making use of appropriate measuring instruments and software programs, quality of project output can be raised significantly by PUMP going forward.