Engineering & Technical Services
Flowserve experts offer a 360-degree view of the flow management system, from consulting during design to ensuring safe and efficient operation of equipment over time. Our focus on the system starts with a commitment to building the industry’s best engineering and technology organization.
Flowserve boasts more than 1500 engineers trained and organized to address every aspect of the flow management system, with emphasis on either aftermarket or new equipment competencies. These resources can remotely synchronize with the customer to analyze and resolve issues or can be deployed on-site for extended periods if necessary.
Flowserve can provide the resources to manage even the most complex project from start to finish. Globally deployed in more than 55 countries, Flowserve engineers can engage remotely or on-site to support grass roots project planning, system design or project management requirements. Contact Flowserve for engineering support.
Flowserve engineers perform comprehensive pump system audits to identify design weaknesses, reliability-availability and other operational issues. Operating and historical data are analyzed. Modeling and technology-aided tools pinpoint problems. Solutions, recommendations and economic justifications are offered based upon life cycle cost calculations. Once Flowserve and the customer agree upon the best course of action, a wide array of equipment or system improvement solutions can be implemented. Contact Flowserve to schedule a technical assessment.
With more than two centuries of pump and mechanical seal innovation, an installed base exceeding one million units and a global footprint, Flowserve stands alone in process knowledge, applications experience and technical resources. Flowserve engineers have collaborated with plant operators, process licensors and architectural and engineering firms to solve virtually every conceivable equipment reliability, performance and availability problem. Contact Flowserve about your equipment performance and upgrade requirements.
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