Category Archive: Genesys

Jan 17

Genesys Pumps Gain High Acceptance in Aquaculture Market

Michael Paquette, Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute writes: “As an aquaculture engineer, working with salt water systems, the pump on a system holding thousands of kilograms of fish is an important selection. To me, a good system pump will be reliable, energy efficient, quiet, and will put out lots flow at low head. Finding these traits in available …

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Oct 14

Genesys Pumps Gain High Acceptance in Aquarium Life Support Markets

Landrys Restaurants or the Downtown Aquarium has replaced two long-coupled 3x2x6

Landrys Restaurants or the Downtown Aquarium has replaced two long-coupled 3x2x6 Joe Jacques, Director of Life-Support for the Downtown Aquarium in Denver Colorado writes: “My name is Joe Jacques, and I’m the Life Support Manager for the Downtown Aquarium in Denver. My staff and I are responsible for the maintenance and operations of all the …

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Oct 05

B73lean™ The Pump Pays for Itself!

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If you think choices made by your predecessors based on 1978 standards are good enough, . . .   then B73lean™ is NOT for you. B73lean™ The Pump Pays for Itself! For many applications, full compliance with the B73.1 standard can be a burden simply because you must pay for features you don’t need. There …

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Sep 21

Genesys Pumps Gain High Acceptance in Waste Water Treatment Markets

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International Rectifier has replaced a Fybroc 3x2x6 Rick Blunt, Facilities Maintenance Team Leader at International Rectifier Corporation writes: We purchased these pumps on the recommendation of our local vendor, who said that I would be very pleased with the performance.  Upon delivery of the units I was concerned about their ability to do the task …

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