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Published Article: Oversizing or Undersizing a Pump

Undersizing or Oversizing Pumps - Sizing Pumps for the Best Efficiency Point (BEP)

Colorado Springs, Colo., USA, October 7, 2019 --- Applied Flow Technology (AFT) has an article in the October 2019 issue of Pumps & Systems Magazine which discusses the effects of oversizing or undersizing a pump. The article reflects on engineer's use of the Best Efficiency Point (BEP) when designing piping systems. 

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AFT Supports the #uhfluor2019 Design Challenge

Colorado Springs, Colo., USA, September 17, 2019 --- For 28 years, Fluor Corporation has worked with University of Houston's (UH) College of Technology and Cullen College of Engineering. This year, AFT is honored to join Fluor by providing AFT Fathom Student software licenses to the teams entering the #uhfluor2019 Design Challenge. 

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AFT to Present & Exhibit at TPS

Colorado Springs, Colo., USA --September 3, 2019 -- This September 10 – 12th you can find Applied Flow Technology (AFT) at the 48TH Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia TPS 2019 in booth 2824. But we will not be alone! 

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AFT to Co-Host Three Hydraulic Institute Webinars

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., USA,  July 24, 2019 --  Applied Flow Technology has partnered with the Hydraulic Institute to co-present three webinars covering general basics of hydraulic modeling to moderately intensive waterhammer and pulsation analysis and mitigation. Hydraulic Institue Webinars are $90 for members / $119 for non-members. The webinars will last approximately 45 minutes with 15 minutes allowed for Q&A. Participants of the live sessions will earn one (1) PDH credit. 

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Connecting Generations

AFT hires, and listens to, young engineers

Colorado Springs, Colo. USA, May 23, 2019 -- When Applied Flow Technology (AFT) began in Trey’s Ohio basement in 1993, he had never managed a group of employees. It’s not easy. And it is even more difficult as 25 years pass and the age gap between seasoned employees and younger hires becomes more diverse. 

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