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Hanging Hardware Flood Notice!

Hanging Hardware Flood Notice!

Posted by Brad Schacht on Sep 25th 2018

For customers located in flooded areas where fueling equipment could have been partially or fully submerged, please be aware your equipment may be damaged! Thoroughly inspect all equipment before use to ensure it can be operated safely. Husky Corporation has some recommendations for your safety after the storm: Breakaways and combos shoul … read more
Looking for a Micro Brewery Hose?

Looking for a Micro Brewery Hose?

Posted by Brett Baker on Sep 7th 2018

Micro Brewery Hoses Looking for a micro brewery hose or fittings? John M. Ellsworth Co. has a wide variety of beverage hoses, food grade hoses and washdown hoses ranging in different types, sizes and lengths used in various brewery applications. Whether it’s a small home system or a large-scale brewery, JME has the right hose for the job. … read more
What Piston Pump Ratio Do I Need for my Application?

What Piston Pump Ratio Do I Need for my Application?

Posted by Brad Schacht on Aug 3rd 2018

When pumping thicker, or more viscous, fluids such as lubrication oil, grease, or food pastes it is best to use the right pump for the job. For most, the right pump would be an Air Piston Pump, but many factors come into play when deciding which air piston pump to get. One of the most common questions we get asked is, “what does the pump rati … read more
Understanding Fuel Transfer Pump Flow Rates

Understanding Fuel Transfer Pump Flow Rates

Posted by Steve Fabiszak on Jul 17th 2018

A fuel transfer pump, including models manufactured by Fill-Rite, GPI, and PIUSI, can be a very cost-effective and convenient way to meet fuel dispensing needs in a multitude of applications such as fueling farm equipment, fleet vehicles, construction equipment, recreational vehicles, etc. Each pump model has a flow rate associated with it deter … read more
Introducing Two New Products from Morrison Bros. Co.!

Introducing Two New Products from Morrison Bros. Co.!

Posted by Rob Thomas on Jun 29th 2018

Morrison Bros. 1518 Mechanical Tank Top Gauge If you loved the durability and quality of the Morrison Bros. clock gauge, you need to try the new 1518 gauge. It’s a mechanical tank gauge which mounts to the top of either a horizontal or vertical tank – up to 25 feet in height! The unit provides a readout in both feet and inches from an extra wi … read more