ARGAL Mag-Drive Centrifugal Pump System

Our staff came through again with a great looking duplex pump system with ARGAL TMR-0335 Mag-Drive Centrifugal Pumps,destined for a Mining, Reagent system in Quebec. All piping, 316 SS with Block & Bleed configuration an E&H Magnetic Flow meter and a local “E” Stop.

For more information regarding  ARGAL Pumps or KGO systems capability please call our office at 905-847-1544. Visit our site at www.kgogroup.com

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Wangen Progressive Cavity Pumps

Our staff is in agreement and believe that Wangen Progressive Cavity Pumps are one of the most durable, best designed pumps we’ve had the opportunity to work with. The use of the Cardan Joint is the best we’ve seen, you can count on years of maintenance free operation a quality very few competitors can provide. This packaged system c/w KL-30 series Wangen pumps

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ARGAL – KGO Partnership

KGO Group is pleased to announce a strategic alliance with ARGAL srl.

ARGAL an innovative supplier, builds a wide range of AODD, MAG-DRIVE & Centrifugal pumps constructed from a variety of materials including FRP which they also offer with their AODD offering. ARGAL service and support personnel have been extremely helpful, their response time excellent, one of the key components that made this alliance an easy decision. The attached photo of a TMR-3122, FRP ...

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KGO Group ISO 9001:2015 Certification.

A special thank you to all the staff at KGO Group, to Al Struyk, Forrest Chrystian, Ross Tresidder and Kim O’Donnell for your hard work and effort to get our ISO 9001:2015 Certification and the very excellent results we achieved during our first-year (annual) audit.

It’s  obvious to all of us, just how important the defined processes that we created for ISO have helped make us a more efficient company, we’ve only scratched the surface on how we can improve quality, ...

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“Ever wonder where Hector Aquino is today”?

Well we’re happy to announce he has joined us at KGO Group Ltd., and we’re glad he did!

Hector brings years of technical experience in Chemical Feed systems, specializing in Dry and Liquid Polymer, Bentonite Clay Dispersing and Metering Pump System and Equipment. Hector has been involved with some of the largest installations of equipment in North America, from initial design to commissioning and start up. Hector has a strong background in electrical controls, instrumentation and is very mechanically ...

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Dry Polymer Systems “You get what you pay for”

Remember this when buying a dry polymer system! 

“You get what you pay for”

Not all dry polymer systems are equal; over the years we have seen and heard from polymer equipment suppliers making claims and promises of their systems performance and unique wetting capabilities that are in fact, “overstated”. There are certain parameters that must be addressed before the selection of a dry polymer system is determined. Water temperature and quality (hardness & alkalinity) have a ...

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Double Diaphragm Pump pumping cement

Pumping cement with a double diaphragm pump

Bentonite and mortar
A good example of pumping cement slurry with a Verderair double diaphragm pump is the spraying of walls with a mixture of bentonite and mortar. The waste of the cement slurry is collected in the basement. A Verderair double diaphragm pump moves the cement slurry out of the basement to the first floor to be removed.

Cement slurry is a very abrasive product, this can cause many problems to pump. The material choice for the wetted ...

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Pumping sludge and slurry

Pumping Sludge & Slurry

A sludge pump must be very resistant to abrasion. Wear at the wetted parts can occur from the solid content in the fluid. Sludge and slurry are often pumped below the pump unit itself. Good priming capabilities are therefore very important for a sludge pump.

Example applications of pumping slurry-like fluids are anaerobic-treated sludge and raw sludge. Each slurry type varies in its solid content and viscosity has their own physical appearance. Anaerobic sludge has a lower temperature then raw sludge. ...

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Conventional Universal Joints Contributes to 20% of Pump Failures

Innovative Design Concepts for Optimizing Life Cost of Progressive Cavity Pumps

Due to the ever increasing demands of users on the economic efficiency, there is a continuous pressure on the pump manufacturers to challenge the design of progressive cavity pumps. In this edition of Roto Tech, different design variants for universal joints are presented and discussed with regard to their advantages and disadvantages. By the systematic implementation of innovative design concepts in universal joint, it has been possible to realize a leap in technology & create a new generation of progressive ...

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