Pump parts – Centrifugal Pumps Manufacturer http://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/ Thu, 18 Aug 2022 10:11:03 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-65.png Pump parts – Centrifugal Pumps Manufacturer http://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/ 32 32 Lawrence P. Oreilly sells 5,000 shares of O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. (NASDAQ: ORLY) https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/lawrence-p-oreilly-sells-5000-shares-of-oreilly-automotive-inc-nasdaq-orly/ Thu, 18 Aug 2022 09:50:26 +0000 https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/lawrence-p-oreilly-sells-5000-shares-of-oreilly-automotive-inc-nasdaq-orly/ O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. (NASDAQ:ORLY – Get Rating) director Lawrence P. Oreilly sold 5,000 shares of the company in a trade that took place on Tuesday, August 16. The shares were sold at an average price of $739.38, for a total value of $3,696,900.00. Following the transaction, the administrator now directly owns 82,283 shares of the […]]]>

O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. (NASDAQ:ORLY – Get Rating) director Lawrence P. Oreilly sold 5,000 shares of the company in a trade that took place on Tuesday, August 16. The shares were sold at an average price of $739.38, for a total value of $3,696,900.00. Following the transaction, the administrator now directly owns 82,283 shares of the company, valued at $60,838,404.54. The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which is available at this hyperlink.

Performance of O’Reilly auto stocks

NASDAQ:ORLY shares opened at $743.76 on Thursday. O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. has a one-year minimum of $562.90 and a one-year maximum of $750.88. The stock has a fifty-day moving average of $665.37 and a 200-day moving average of $664.25. The company has a market capitalization of $47.09 billion, a PE ratio of 23.49, a growth price-earnings ratio of 1.87 and a beta of 1.00.

O’Reilly Automotive (NASDAQ:ORLY – Get Rating) last reported quarterly earnings data on Wednesday, July 27. The specialty retailer reported EPS of $8.78 for the quarter, missing analyst consensus estimates of $8.98 per ($0.20). O’Reilly Automotive had a net margin of 15.55% and a negative return on equity of 520.10%. The company posted revenue of $3.67 billion for the quarter, versus analyst estimates of $3.71 billion. During the same quarter last year, the company posted EPS of $8.33. O’Reilly Automotive revenue increased 5.9% year-over-year. As a group, research analysts expect O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. to post EPS of 31.56 for the current fiscal year.

Analysts set new price targets

Several equity analysts have recently commented on the ORLY share. Royal Bank of Canada lowered its price target on O’Reilly Automotive from $806.00 to $795.00 in a Friday, July 29 report. DA Davidson raised its price target on O’Reilly Automotive from $740.00 to $815.00 in a Friday, July 29 report. MKM Partners raised its price target on O’Reilly Automotive from $700.00 to $770.00 and gave the stock a “buy” rating in a Friday, July 29 report. Citigroup raised its price target on O’Reilly Automotive from $662.00 to $720.00 in a Thursday, July 28 report. Finally, Truist Financial reduced its price target on O’Reilly Automotive from $788.00 to $770.00 and set a “buy” rating for the company in a Monday, July 25 report. Four analysts gave the stock a hold rating and eleven gave the company a buy rating. According to MarketBeat.com, O’Reilly Automotive currently has a consensus rating of “Moderate Buy” and an average target price of $754.50.

Institutional trading of O’Reilly Automotive

A number of hedge funds have recently changed their holdings in the company. Rosenberg Matthew Hamilton increased his holdings of O’Reilly Automotive shares by 14.2% in the second quarter. Rosenberg Matthew Hamilton now owns 121 shares of the specialty retailer worth $77,000 after buying 15 more shares in the last quarter. Monetary Management Group Inc. increased its holdings of O’Reilly Automotive shares by 0.3% in the second quarter. Monetary Management Group Inc. now owns 5,080 shares of the specialty retailer worth $3,209,000 after buying 15 more shares last quarter. Dorsey & Whitney Trust CO LLC increased its stake in O’Reilly Automotive shares by 2.7% in the second quarter. Dorsey & Whitney Trust CO LLC now owns 564 shares of the specialty retailer valued at $357,000 after buying 15 additional shares last quarter. WoodTrust Financial Corp increased its holdings of O’Reilly Automotive shares by 1.0% in the second quarter. WoodTrust Financial Corp now owns 1,561 shares of the specialty retailer valued at $987,000 after buying 16 more shares in the last quarter. Finally, Farmers & Merchants Investments Inc. increased its stake in O’Reilly Automotive shares by 24.2% in the second quarter. Farmers & Merchants Investments Inc. now owns 82 shares of the specialty retailer worth $52,000 after buying 16 more shares in the last quarter. Hedge funds and other institutional investors hold 82.76% of the company’s shares.

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Is this the worst time in American history to be a mom? https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/is-this-the-worst-time-in-american-history-to-be-a-mom/ Sun, 14 Aug 2022 18:00:00 +0000 https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/is-this-the-worst-time-in-american-history-to-be-a-mom/ Earlier this year, while attending one of my first prenatal appointments, my doctor explained to me how pregnancy care had changed during the pandemic. Under the new care plan, my husband would not be able to attend most of my prenatal appointments; in fact, many would be virtual. I could have two support people during […]]]>

Earlier this year, while attending one of my first prenatal appointments, my doctor explained to me how pregnancy care had changed during the pandemic. Under the new care plan, my husband would not be able to attend most of my prenatal appointments; in fact, many would be virtual. I could have two support people during labor and delivery, no visitors (although that may change soon). I was given this spiel in a cold, dark office, as news notifications popped up on my phone: another depressing report on climate change, an investigation into how parents have never been so stressed as they are today.

At the grocery store, older women ask me where I am. Is this your first? “Motherhood is just the best,” I am assured. “You’re going to love this.” And I want to answer: Have you read anything about parenthood lately?

The following months, my pregnancy would take place in an even more disturbing context. A war was ravaging Ukraine, raising fears of a nuclear war. A shortage of infant formula emerged, and then the US Senate refused to pass the PUMP ACT that would have given 9 million working women breastfeeding protections at work. Surprise, I’m having a girl! — but, oh no, she will now grow up in a country with no guaranteed reproductive rights.

At night, before I go to sleep, I scroll through the parenting forums on Reddit to see what new parents are saying about what it’s like to have a child right now. Many messages have depressing titles: “Stressed”, “I got lost” or “Logistically, how can I get back to work? »

Early in my pregnancy, a friend warned me to prepare for a chorus of voices emphasizing all the worst parts of being a mom: the sleepless nights, how my world will completely change, how difficult it is of being a working mother and the unaffordability of child care. However, at the grocery store, older women ask me where I am. Is this your first? “Motherhood is just the best,” I am assured. “You’re going to love this.” And I want to answer: Have you read anything about parenting lately?

Throughout my pregnancy, I found my mind wandering with thoughts of what motherhood must have been like for previous generations of Americans — when it seemed easier, or at least was described that way. Certainly, my mother, and my mother’s mother, raised children at a time when income inequality was less marked, when the middle class still existed, when our planet was less polluted – even if gender equality was in a less developed state than it is now.

Perhaps there is some toxic positivity in this line of thinking. But it seems millions of moms — and moms-to-be — are feeling something similar: a collective feeling that this might be the worst time in American history to be a mom. Is there any truth in that?

“There is no simple answer,” Sarah Knott, author of “Mother Is A Verb: An Unconventional History,” and professor at Indiana University, tells me over email. “It depends on who we’re talking about: Americans’ experience of motherhood has always depended on factors like race and class.”

Knott gives some examples. As before the Civil War, “enslaved mothers were exploited for both reproductive and productive labor by white overseers and masters.” Babies were forced to be separated from their mothers at slave auctions. The children of native women were forced to attend boarding schools established to “civilize the savages”. Obviously, these were pretty awful times for mothers in America.

“I think the hardest time was in the 19th century when people had this culture that valued their individual attachment to individual children so highly, but children were dying at a high rate,” Plant said. In 1800, the infant mortality rate in the United States for children under five was 462.9 deaths per 1,000 births.

“So there’s a very ugly American history in which the power of mothers over their own lives and the lives of their children has been shockingly limited,” Knott said. “During this time, white mothers often benefited from the work of black and indigenous women, and they shaped a sentimental idea of ​​motherhood as natural, fulfilling, and frictionless.”

Rebecca Jo Plant, associate professor of history at the University of California, San Diego, agreed that there have been historically more difficult times.

“I think the hardest time was in the 19th century when people had this culture that valued their individual attachment to individual children so highly, but children were dying at a high rate,” Plant said. In 1800, the infant mortality rate in the United States for children under five was 462.9 deaths per 1,000 births. “I wouldn’t say there is never been a worst time to be a mother, i wouldn’t go that far – but it’s hard [right now].”

Plant explains how, despite remarkable medical advances, black women in America face a maternal health crisis. Researchers estimate that black women are up to four times more likely to die from a pregnancy-related cause than white women. Overall, the United States has a much higher maternal mortality rate than other developed countries. In 2017, 41% of mothers were the sole or primary breadwinner in their family, but many women have been forced out of the workforce to care for their children during the pandemic. Indeed, COVID-19 has exacerbated the challenges American mothers already faced: an unstable education system, lack of accessible child care, no guarantee of paid time off for new parents.


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“We have virtually no social support for families and motherhood, we have perhaps the second highest rate of child poverty among so-called industrialized or wealthy countries…you are more likely to be poor if you you’re a kid only if you’re an old person,” Plant said, noting that Social Security exists for older Americans, but not for dependents like children, showing how much American society values ​​people. “producers”.

“Downward mobility, the assumption that you’re one generation is going to do better than the next, has really taken a hit – if you have kids, you need so much more today.”

Dr. Harvey Karp, pediatrician and founder and CEO of Happiest Baby, told Salon he views motherhood today as the introduction to Charles Dicken’s “A Tale of Two Cities,” which begins with “”C’ was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” Medical advances are saving more children’s lives; hunger in America is lower than it was in earlier eras. Yet, as Karp puts it, “there are very serious underlying concerns.”

Karp says the further people move away from where they grew up, the more support they lose from their extended family.

“I see a lot of people who have a kid and then they realize how much they yearn for a childhood that they had in Iowa or Indiana or Minnesota or Louisiana and the things that were part of what it really meant being a kid – being surrounded by family, having cousins ​​around.”

Those serious concerns include “anxiety in children and depression in young mothers — and one of the things from my perspective that’s a critical issue is the loss of extended family,” Karp said. “Parents have this terrible misconception today, and mothers in particular, that they are supposed to be everything, do everything and provide everything for their babies – that’s what a good mother does – but a good mother has always had a network, and actually when you had a baby, you were a baby as much as you were rocking the baby.”

Karp says the further people move away from where they grew up, the more support they lose from their extended family.

“It’s interesting for me to have been a pediatrician in Los Angeles where there are so many transplants there,” Karp said. “I see a lot of people who have a kid and then they realize how much they yearn for a childhood that they had in Iowa or Indiana or Minnesota or Louisiana and the things that were part of what it really meant being a kid – being surrounded by family, having cousins ​​around.”

So maybe it’s not the worst time in history to be a mom, even if the situation isn’t great. But why is everyone so negative about motherhood?

Knott noted that we are aware of a lot of visible difficulties that surround motherhood due to “twentieth-century feminist commentaries.” In other words, it’s the “dismantling of sentimentality,” which Knott says is “good news.”

“This is due to the predicament of American women today, especially compared to their peers in other wealthy countries: the loss of reproductive rights that allow people to determine if and when they want to have children; lack of a welfare state that provides cradle-to-grave health care, and the now notorious racialization of maternal and child health; poor maternity leave; expensive childcare; underfunding public school system; and so on,” Knott said.

I’d be lying if I said I don’t sometimes have thoughts like “am I crazy to have a kid in America?” It’s certainly intimidating, scary and really difficult. Unlike many women in America, I have childcare and family resources nearby to support me.

On a nightly social media scroll, I ask a parent forum: is this going to be as hard as everyone claims?

“Honestly, yeah, sometimes it can definitely be as bad as everyone makes it out to be,” one parent replied. “But seeing them experience everything for the first time really helps you appreciate all the things in life that we take for granted. I always say our children destroyed our lives, but in the most awesome way.”

The movement of life in me slips like a snake through water. Her feet bump into my swollen uterus, shifting the symmetry of my belly minute by minute. Each tap and kick ticks like the hand of a clock, a countdown to the end of our intertwined time. In a way, pregnancy was a microcosm of life itself – a lot of pain, a lot of joy, a lot of discomfort and uncertainty. I suspect motherhood will be more or less the same.

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Polis reverses approach to 2019 and fights expensive gas mandate looming in Denver metro | Government https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/polis-reverses-approach-to-2019-and-fights-expensive-gas-mandate-looming-in-denver-metro-government/ Sat, 13 Aug 2022 00:12:00 +0000 https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/polis-reverses-approach-to-2019-and-fights-expensive-gas-mandate-looming-in-denver-metro-government/ In a reversal of his approach to federal ozone determinations three years ago, Governor Jared Polis is set to ask the Environmental Protection Agency not to rush to impose a mixture of more expensive gasoline to help reduce ozone, calling it “problematic” and frustrating. “decades-old and unique” prescription for improving air quality. “The administration is […]]]>

In a reversal of his approach to federal ozone determinations three years ago, Governor Jared Polis is set to ask the Environmental Protection Agency not to rush to impose a mixture of more expensive gasoline to help reduce ozone, calling it “problematic” and frustrating. “decades-old and unique” prescription for improving air quality.

“The administration is concerned about a rigid approach – the requirement to use reformulated gasoline (RFG) – that was enshrined in clean air law decades ago, but which may not be the best way to achieve our air quality goals, and we believe (it) deserves a rigorous cost-benefit analysis,” the Polis administration said in a letter that the Director of the Colorado Office of Energy, Will Toor, presented at a meeting of the Regional Air Quality Council on August 5.

The Metro Denver/Northern Front Range ozone-depletion region faces an impending downgrade to “severe” status, under which residents of Metro Denver and the Northern Front Range will pay for gasoline more expensive as of the summer of 2024, unless Polis decides to ask the federal government to reconsider, and the EPA agrees to an extension of time.

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At issue is the state’s failure to meet EPA ozone pollution standards for the region, which includes the Denver metro area and eight counties along the Front Range, from Douglas County north of Weld County.

Conor Cahill, spokesman for Governor Polis, confirmed that this letter represents the administration’s position.

“We made it clear that Governor Polis and the administration are looking for alternatives because the governor is committed to helping people save money on everyday items,” Cahill said, adding that the statement was included in the package for the Colorado Air Quality Control Board meeting “at the insistence of the Governor and his team of experts.

The letter appears to be intended to accompany the latest version of Colorado’s state implementation plan, which federal law requires for places that fail to meet air pollution standards.

Officials are preparing the new Colorado SIP.

The letter says the potential reduction in ozone concentrations, which are about 6% above the 2008 EPA standard of 75 parts per billion, would be so small that it would have no practical effect but would have a very high cost—exceeding 50 cents per gallon, by some estimates—to Colorado consumers and the state economy.

“Sensitivity modeling shows that the ozone reduction benefit of reformulated gasoline is only about 0.1 parts per billion,” the letter continues.

Greer Bailey, executive director of the Colorado Wyoming Petroleum Marketers Association, said Polis and the EPA should carefully consider what the mandate would cost Coloradans.

Denver Metro Chamber leaders slam potential EPA rules that would raise gas prices

“This is by far one of the costliest proposals our regulatory partners could impose on our Front Range neighbors and families,” Bailey said. “I think it’s important for the governor and the EPA to look carefully, scientifically, at what the actual reduction (of ozone) would be, because those costs are going to be significant for families trying to navigate their way through. “

Bailey also said there was very little time left to submit Colorado’s request to delay the EPA’s determination of “serious” non-fulfillment.

Unless the governor files the request for reconsideration by Sept. 15, the RFG mandate automatically goes into effect, Bailey said.

The deadline appears to be tied to a settlement agreement deadline between the EPA and the Center for Biological Diversity, which sued the EPA, claiming it was illegally delaying the downgrading of several cities across the country that are not Clean Air Act compliant.

Rich Mylott, US EPA Region 8 public affairs manager, did not provide a specific timeline when asked by The Denver Gazette.

“The EPA’s proposal to reclassify Denver to severe and moderate status under ozone standards is part of a larger agency action to assess and reclassify ozone-depleted areas across the United States. United States,” he said in a statement on Aug. 1. “The EPA is currently reviewing public comments on the April proposal and expects to issue final rulings for all of these areas later this year.

Bailey also said upgrading refineries to produce the new RFG blend could cost “tens of millions of dollars” and he expressed concern that outside refineries that supply gasoline to about 66% of Colorado may decide that it is not worth investing in such upgrades.

Colorado’s only refinery, Suncor’s Commerce City plant, supplies about 33% of the state’s gasoline.

Bailey said that if Suncor modified its plant to produce the new formulation, it likely wouldn’t make two summer blends, one for the metro Denver/Northern Front Range ozone-unaffected region and another for other Colorado communities as far away as Grand Junction that Suncor serves.

This could mean that Coloradans who live outside of the non-realization zones would also pay for the more expensive mix.

“The Grand Junction rail terminal is supplied by Suncor,” Bailey said. “And if they have to shift every gallon of gasoline to reach 40% of the Colorado market, then that’s all they’ll get. And that’s bleeding into Summit County and El Paso County and counties eastern plains like Morgan County, where they don’t have air quality issues.

And if out-of-state refiners refuse to produce the necessary blend, Bailey added, the price of reformulated gasoline supplied by the Suncor refinery will obviously skyrocket due to scarcity and could even reduce capacity. people to travel.

Metro Denver will pay more at the gas pump – unless Polis persuades the EPA to delay air quality deterioration

A Suncor spokesperson told The Denver Gazette, “The refinery is preparing to be capable of producing RFG for the 2024 summer driving season, in accordance with Clean Air Act requirements for the area covered by the ‘severe’ designation. of non-fulfilment. The total cost of the project is estimated at over $36 million.

The Polis office echoed a similar concern earlier: a scenario where there are “very different gas prices in different parts of the state.”

The governor has previously said he will explore all options, including seeking a delay in the EPA’s determination, to ensure Coloradans don’t face a higher price at the gas pump.

“Absolutely, an extension request is one of the legal avenues that would be pursued if Colorado were to face increased gasoline prices as a result of EPA action,” Cahill said. “This is a hypothetical situation, and we have been pushing to reduce the ozone layer through free public transit, adoption of electric vehicles, etc. For example, if Colorado meets the guidelines on ozone, the threat has disappeared and no further action is required.

In the letter, the Polis administration called the automatic applicability of RFG “problematic for a variety of reasons.”

“The state is frustrated that the Clean Air Act only offers a decades-old one-size-fits-all approach that doesn’t give states the latitude to make data-based decisions about what works best to improve quality. air in an economically efficient way. “, adds the letter.

Instead of this approach, the letter said the EPA should work with Colorado to conduct a detailed cost-benefit analysis measuring the cost of RFG to Coloradans and its benefits to human health and pollution control. ozone and climate change.

Such an analysis, the administration said, must also compare RFG to other strategies, while considering “the range of potential gas prices in the state, relative to other reduction strategies.”

“If the State demonstrates that the control measures included in the SIP will enable the State to achieve RFG-free achievement, that RFG does not provide a benefit to Coloradans that outweighs the costs, or difficult economic scenarios exist at the time the use of RFG would be implemented by the EPA,” the letter states, “the State will use available tools to avoid ineffective and costly measures.”

Polis’ position contrasts sharply with the approach he took in 2019.

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In 2018, the EPA determined that the Denver metro area and northern Front Range were not meeting air quality standards and were preparing to downgrade the region’s status to “serious” non-achievement.

Then-Governor and now U.S. Senator John Hickenlooper asked the federal agency for an extension of time for the state to meet the standards.

That year’s election ushered in a new administration, and about two months after taking office, Polis withdrew Colorado’s request for an extension.

“We believe that the interests of our citizens are best served by moving forward aggressively and without delay in our efforts to reduce ground-level ozone concentrations in the Metro Denver/North Front Range No-Go Area.” , Polis said in his March 19, 2019, letter to the EPA.

The big difference between 2019 and 2022 is the high gas prices that would come with the latest downgrade.

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Focus on repair and maintenance in the industrial sector to https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/focus-on-repair-and-maintenance-in-the-industrial-sector-to/ Wed, 10 Aug 2022 23:30:00 +0000 https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/focus-on-repair-and-maintenance-in-the-industrial-sector-to/ DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Aug. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global screw jack market is expected to grow at an average CAGR of 4.7% and reach an estimated valuation of US$378.4 million by 2032 The screw jack market is expected to reach USD 240.2 million by the end of 2022. The growth of the […]]]>

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Aug. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global screw jack market is expected to grow at an average CAGR of 4.7% and reach an estimated valuation of US$378.4 million by 2032 The screw jack market is expected to reach USD 240.2 million by the end of 2022. The growth of the market is attributed to the increasing importance of repair and maintenance in the industrial sector. In addition to this, the growing focus on product development also bodes well for the market.

Screw jacks are used to elevate vehicles to perform basic repairs and maintenance tasks. Thus, the boom in the automotive sector is likely to promote the growth of the screw jack market. Developments in the automotive industry along with growth in vehicle sales worldwide are expected to boost the sales of screw jacks during the forecast period. The growth of automotive manufacturing in countries like Germany and China is also contributing to the growing demand for lifting jacks as automotive equipment. Moreover, with the increased demand for motor cars, the sales of screw jacks are expected to increase exponentially, as simple repairs and maintenance require lift jacks.

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In addition, the development of public transport, especially in the rail and air sectors, is also expected to complement the growing demand for screw jacks. Screw jacks are widely used in the repair and maintenance of rail-guided vehicles and aircraft. Therefore, the rapid growth in the rail and air transport sector is expected to promote the growth of the target market.

Moreover, the emergence of intelligent automation in the industrial sector is expected to boost the sales of screw jacks. Growing adoption of automation across multiple verticals such as chemical, automotive, energy and utilities will fuel screw jack sales

Again, jacks are typically used for loading and unloading in civil construction, infrastructure development, and industrial equipment handling. The screw jack market is expected to grow with the growth of investments in infrastructure, such as roads, bridges and railways, as well as the expansion of the construction sector.

Other factors such as efficiency and reliability to avoid human errors as well as the rapid transformation of industries towards smart manufacturing will positively influence the screw jack market during the forecast period.

“Development of modular screw jack designs that allow goods to be easily assembled from common components; cost effective and with fully customized devices will likely complement the growth of the screw jack market over the forecast period,” says an IMF analyst.

Key points to remember:

  • The expansion of the automotive industry coupled with the increasing adoption of automation to drive market opportunities.
  • The US screw jack market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.1%.
  • In India, the demand for screw jacks will exceed US$27.7 million by the end of 2032.
  • By product type, the bevel gear segment will present a market opportunity of US$21.8 million during the forecast period.
  • Based on, general industry and material handling together will account for 3/5ths of screw jack demand.

Competitive landscape

Columbus McKinnon, Haacon Hebetechnik GmbH, ZIMM, Unimec SPA, ANDANTEX Ltd., Joyce Dayton, Thomson Industries Inc., Power Jacks Ltd., INKOMA Group, Nippon Gear, JM Engineering Works, Lim-Tec Beijing Transmission Equipment Co. Ltd., SIJIE Industrial Co. Ltd., Chiaravalli Group Spa, Masko Tech Engineers, ACKLETECH Enterprises, Gears and Gears drives (India) Pvt. Ltd., MAKISHINKO Co.Ltd., Osaka Jack Co.Ltd., Nuodun Group, Wanxin, Weingrill Ing, Kelston Actuation, WMH Herion Antreiebstechnik, TSUBAKIMOTO, and Rosen among others are some of the major players in the screw jack market. presented in the full version of the report.

Major players in the market are employing acquisition and expansion tactics to improve the screw jack supply chain. Many leading screw jack manufacturers are also investing in research and development activities to utilize new technologies and gain a competitive advantage.

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More information about the Screw Jacks market report

In its latest report, FMI offers an unbiased analysis of the Global Screw Jacks Market, providing historic data from 2017 to 2021 and forecast statistics from 2022 to 2032. To understand the potential, growth, and scope of the global market , the market is segmented based on lubrication type (grease lubrication, oil lubrication), product type (worm gear, ball gear, bevel gear), load capacity (up to at 100 kN, 101-1000 kN, above 1001 kN), the application (general industry, material handling industry, aerospace and aeronautics, automotive, other) and region.

According to the latest IMF reports, based on regional growth, the screw jack market in North America is expected to show considerable growth, mainly driven by the US market. The US screw jack market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.1% over the assessment period. Sales of screw jacks in the United States are expected to reach $54.1 million by the end of 2032. The development of new and innovative products in the automotive industry and the expanding construction sector are responsible for the regional market growth.

The screw jack market in India is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.6% between 2022 and 2032. The demand for screw jacks is expected to exceed US$27.7 million by the end of 2032. This growth is attributed to the growing demand from garages. and personnel for the repair of auto parts and other industrial parts. The region is considered one of the fastest growing screw jack markets. This is mainly due to the rapid growth of the automotive industry.

According to the latest IMF study, based on segmentation, the bevel gear segment is expected to dominate the market while presenting an opportunity worth $21.8 million over the forecast period. Whereas, based on application, general industrial and material handling together are likely to dominate the market with an opportunity of US$94.9 million.

Contents

1. Summary

1.1. Global Market Outlook

1.2. Demand Side Trends

1.3. Supply-side trends

1.4. Analysis and recommendations

2. Market Overview

2.1. Market Coverage / Taxonomy

2.2. Market Definition / Scope / Limits

3. Key Market Trends

3.1. Key trends impacting the market

3.2. Product Innovation / Development Trends

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Global Screw Jack Market by Category

By Product Type, the global screw jack market is segmented as follows:

  • endless screw
  • Ballscrew
  • bevel gear

By type of lubrication, the global screw jack market is segmented as follows:

  • grease lubrication
  • Oil lubrication

By load capacity, the global screw jack market is segmented as follows:

  • Up to 100kN
  • 101 – 1000kN
  • Above 1001kN

By Application, the global screw jack market is segmented as follows:

  • General industry
  • material handling industry
  • Aeronautics and Aeronautics
  • Automotive
  • Others

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Texas Permanent School Fund reduces its stake in Flowserve Co. (NYSE: FLS) https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/texas-permanent-school-fund-reduces-its-stake-in-flowserve-co-nyse-fls/ Tue, 09 Aug 2022 09:19:12 +0000 https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/texas-permanent-school-fund-reduces-its-stake-in-flowserve-co-nyse-fls/ The Texas Permanent School Fund reduced its holdings in Flowserve Co. (NYSE: FLS – Get Rating) by 2.1% during the first quarter, according to the company in its latest 13F filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission. The company held 92,354 shares of the industrial products company’s shares after selling 1,976 shares during the quarter. […]]]>

The Texas Permanent School Fund reduced its holdings in Flowserve Co. (NYSE: FLS – Get Rating) by 2.1% during the first quarter, according to the company in its latest 13F filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission. The company held 92,354 shares of the industrial products company’s shares after selling 1,976 shares during the quarter. Texas Permanent School Fund held 0.07% of Flowserve worth $3,316,000 when it last filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission.

Other large investors have also recently increased or reduced their stake in the company. CIBC Asset Management Inc. bought a new position in shares of Flowserve in the first quarter valued at approximately $514,000. Murphy Pohlad Asset Management LLC increased its position in Flowserve shares by 9.7% in the first quarter. Murphy Pohlad Asset Management LLC now owns 96,795 shares of the industrial products company valued at $3,474,000 after acquiring an additional 8,595 shares during the period. Skylands Capital LLC bought a new position in shares of Flowserve in the first quarter worth approximately $819,000. Russell Investments Group Ltd. increased its equity stake in Flowserve by 21.6% during the 1st quarter. Russell Investments Group Ltd. now owns 957,140 shares of the industrial products company valued at $34,357,000 after purchasing an additional 170,315 shares last quarter. Finally, Isthmus Partners LLC increased its stake in Flowserve shares by 15.6% during the 1st quarter. Isthmus Partners LLC now owns 193,324 shares of the industrial products company valued at $6,940,000 after purchasing an additional 26,103 shares last quarter. Hedge funds and other institutional investors hold 97.65% of the company’s shares.

Flowserve stock down 0.0%

Flowserve shares opened at $33.81 on Tuesday. The company has a debt ratio of 0.71, a quick ratio of 1.40 and a current ratio of 2.09. The company has a 50-day simple moving average of $30.03 and a two-hundred-day simple moving average of $31.92. Flowserve Co. has a 52-week low of $26.84 and a 52-week high of $40.96. The stock has a market capitalization of $4.42 billion, a PE ratio of 46.32, a growth price-earnings ratio of 1.38 and a beta of 1.58.

Flowserve (NYSE:FLS – Get Rating) last announced its results on Wednesday, July 27. The industrial products company reported EPS of $0.30 for the quarter, beating consensus analyst estimates of $0.26 by $0.04. Flowserve achieved a net margin of 2.74% and a return on equity of 8.12%. The company posted revenue of $882.22 million in the quarter, compared to $886.53 million expected by analysts. In the same period a year earlier, the company had earned earnings per share of $0.37. The company’s revenue was down 1.8% year over year. On average, analysts expect Flowserve Co. to post 1.52 EPS for the current fiscal year.

Flowserve Announces Dividend

The company also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which was paid on Friday, July 8. Investors of record on Friday, June 24 received a dividend of $0.20 per share. The ex-dividend date was Thursday, June 23. This represents a dividend of $0.80 on an annualized basis and a dividend yield of 2.37%. Flowserve’s dividend payout ratio is 109.59%.

Analyst upgrades and downgrades

FLS have been the subject of several research reports. Royal Bank of Canada cut its target price on Flowserve shares from $38.00 to $33.00 in a Wednesday, May 4 research note. Citigroup raised its price target on Flowserve shares from $33.00 to $39.00 in a research note on Monday, August 1. Stifel Nicolaus cut his target price on Flowserve shares from $42.00 to $35.00 in a Wednesday, May 4 research note. Finally, Bank of America downgraded Flowserve shares from an “underperforming” to a “neutral” rating and set a price target of $31.00 on the stock in a Monday research note. 11 July. Four equity research analysts gave the stock a hold rating and four gave the company a buy rating. According to MarketBeat, Flowserve has an average rating of “Moderate Buy” and a consensus price target of $37.13.

Flowserve Company Profile

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Flowserve Corporation designs, develops, manufactures, distributes and services industrial flow management equipment in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and internationally. It operates in two segments, Flowserve Pump Division (FPD) and Flow Control Division (FCD). The FPD segment offers custom and preconfigured pumps and pumping systems, mechanical seals, auxiliary systems, spare parts, upgrades and related aftermarket services, including installation and commissioning services. service, sealing system spares, repairs, advanced diagnostics, repricing and upgrade solutions, modernization programs and machining and asset management solutions, as well as the manufacturing of ‘a gas-lubricated mechanical seal for use in high-speed compressors for gas pipelines.

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Waterlogging reported in several areas after rain https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/waterlogging-reported-in-several-areas-after-rain/ Sun, 07 Aug 2022 16:21:35 +0000 https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/waterlogging-reported-in-several-areas-after-rain/ A bout of moderate rain for more than two hours on Sunday morning caused severe waterlogging in several parts of Gurgaon. Several vehicles broke down, pedestrians were stuck in knee-deep water and traffic was affected as water inundated major roads and internal sector areas. Traffic police officials said the waterlogging was reported at Golf Course […]]]>

A bout of moderate rain for more than two hours on Sunday morning caused severe waterlogging in several parts of Gurgaon. Several vehicles broke down, pedestrians were stuck in knee-deep water and traffic was affected as water inundated major roads and internal sector areas.

Traffic police officials said the waterlogging was reported at Golf Course Road, Rajiv Chowk, Iffco Chowk, MDI Chowk, MG road, Signature Tower, Basai, Subhash Chowk, near the station of Huda City Center Metro, Manesar Bus Stop, Hanuman Chowk, Sector 4/5 Chowk, Krishna Chowk, Sector 21/22 Road, Near Wazirabad Traffic Lights, AIT Chowk, Kanhai Chowk, Near Mayfield Garden Chowk, Artemis Chowk, Sheetla Mata South City Road 1 and sections of National Highway 48. According to district administration data, Gurgaon received 19mm of rain till 5 p.m.

Experts have said that inadequate drainage infrastructure, urbanization and the disappearance of water bodies and lakes due to concretion, changing land use patterns, disruption of natural drains, encroachment on stretches along storm sewers and choked drainage lines were major reasons for flooding in the city each year.

Waterlogging at Signature Chowk of Gurgaon. (Photo: Traffic Police)

Sewa Ram, an expert in urban transport system design and a faculty member at the School of Planning and Architecture (SPA) in Delhi, said: “Over the years, concretization has taken place either above or in the route of the natural drains, which blocks the natural course of the water. Many newer areas and even parts of old Gurgaon along the Dwarka highway have no drainage infrastructure. In several areas, the drainage pipes are clogged due to construction debris or encroachments, so they do not have enough capacity to carry the heavy surface runoff during monsoons and if the drainage network is discontinuous, the roads will be submerged by rainwater. The drainage infrastructure was not designed to withstand high intensity rainfall.

At present, Gurgaon’s rainwater is discharged from three main stormwater collectors – Leg 1, Leg 2 and Leg 3 (Badshahpur drain) with Badshahpur drain accounting for more than 60% of the network drainage system carrying runoff from more than 24,000 hectares of land. These main storm drains collect rainwater and convey it to the Najafgarh drain in Delhi. Experts said that Gurgaon, located at the foothills of Aravallis, previously had hundreds of water bodies, lakes and embankments (dykes) – indigenous structures – in the lower parts which acted as natural drainage columns in storing water and preventing flooding.

According to a 2018 district administration report, Gurgaon had over 640 water bodies in 1956, which were reduced to 251 in 2018.

“Natural drains have also helped recharge groundwater. With subsequent urbanization and construction, roads were built over these natural drains. Ghata, Chakkarpur, Nathupur, Kadarpur, Jharsa, etc. all had natural drains and ponds in the villages which served as recharge areas. The excess water would flow downstream to many smaller nullahs and prevent waterlogging. All of these have been filled and their water carrying capacity has been reduced due to encroachment or dumping of trash and debris. Also, the drains are not cleaned or desanded regularly, which compounds the problem,” an expert said on condition of anonymity.

One of the worst affected sections during monsoons is the service road on the Khandsa-Narsinghpur section of the Delhi-Gurgaon highway and the low lying areas of Laxman Vihar and Sector 4A. Officials said the water is accumulating in these areas due to the topography, adding that the long-term solution to the flooding of the Khandsa section on NH-48 lies in the construction of Stage 4 of a 5.5 km between Vatika Chowk and the NH-48, the tender for which was recently launched.

Officials said on Sunday that the floods were due to the high intensity of rainfall in a short time.

An official said: “The problem of the clogging of underground passages has been largely solved through the construction of check dams and waterfalls, and the use of pumps. We are working to rejuvenate water bodies to solve the problem of waterlogging.

“Some pockets of Gurgaon received heavy rain today and waterlogging issues were reported in several areas. In most of them, water levels dropped within one to two hours. About Golf Course Road, one of the companies was pumping a large volume of its internal storm water, which added to the waterlogging in this stretch.The waterlogging was reported by residents of Area 28 and the GMDA team installed sets of pumps to solve the problem. Similarly, motor pump sets have also been deployed in Basai. Meanwhile, the construction of additional road gullies is underway near Sun City Company. No underpasses have been flooded under rain today,” said Vikram Singh, Executive Engineer, GMDA.

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Craven commissioners approve $8.7 million for hurricane-damaged water system https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/craven-commissioners-approve-8-7-million-for-hurricane-damaged-water-system/ Thu, 04 Aug 2022 09:04:40 +0000 https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/craven-commissioners-approve-8-7-million-for-hurricane-damaged-water-system/ Craven County Commissioners approved nearly $9 million in funding to repair damage to the county’s water system dating back to Hurricane Florence in 2018. According to Deputy County Executive Gene Hodges, Hurricane Florence caused severe damage to the water telemetry system that serves the western portion of Craven County. The system is the communication conduit […]]]>

Craven County Commissioners approved nearly $9 million in funding to repair damage to the county’s water system dating back to Hurricane Florence in 2018.

According to Deputy County Executive Gene Hodges, Hurricane Florence caused severe damage to the water telemetry system that serves the western portion of Craven County. The system is the communication conduit that shares information between wells, water towers, and the county water plant and keeps the water system running smoothly.

Hodges said that since the hurricane, the telemetry system has experienced a number of failures, with each site requiring daily in-person inspections and manual adjustments to maintain proper operation.

Craven County has selected McKim & Creed of Raleigh as the engineering company for the repair project, which will be divided into three phases.

Phase 1 will consist of approximately 23 miles of additional fiber optic cable to extend Craven County’s fiber optic network to the western portion of the county and water assets on Highway 101. Phase 1 work will include upgrades electrical and telemetric leveling of 17 water sites which will enable them to communicate with the water treatment plant near Lewis Farm Road.

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US sanctions UAE and Hong Kong companies that ship Iranian oil https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/us-sanctions-uae-and-hong-kong-companies-that-ship-iranian-oil/ Mon, 01 Aug 2022 17:39:08 +0000 https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/us-sanctions-uae-and-hong-kong-companies-that-ship-iranian-oil/ Comment this story Comment WASHINGTON — The United States has sanctioned a United Arab Emirates-based company and several Asian companies for facilitating the illicit sale of millions of dollars worth of Iranian oil to be shipped to East Asia. The Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control on Monday imposed sanctions on UAE-based Blue Cactus […]]]>

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WASHINGTON — The United States has sanctioned a United Arab Emirates-based company and several Asian companies for facilitating the illicit sale of millions of dollars worth of Iranian oil to be shipped to East Asia.

The Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control on Monday imposed sanctions on UAE-based Blue Cactus Heavy Equipment and Machinery Spare Parts Trading for supporting Iranian oil trade.

Hong Kong-based Farwell Canyon HK Limited, Shekufei International Trading Co., Limited and PZNFR Trading Limited were also hit with Treasury sanctions.

The latest round of sanctions targeting Iranian oil sales comes as the United States tries to re-enter the Iran nuclear deal that President Donald Trump pulled out of in May 2018.

President Joe Biden’s administration has been pushing to renew the deal, which put curbs on Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for billions of dollars in sanctions relief, which Iran insists it won’t never received.

“The United States continues to follow the path of diplomacy to achieve a mutual return to full implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action,” also known as the Iran nuclear deal, Brian said. Nelson, Treasury Department undersecretary for terrorism and financial intelligence. in a report.

“Until Iran is ready to return to full implementation of its commitments, we will continue to apply sanctions against the illicit sale of Iranian oil and petrochemicals.”

The sanctions also come ahead of OPEC+ meetings starting this week, where the United States and European countries have urged cartel members Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to pump more oil. in hopes of lowering gasoline prices for American consumers. At the end of June, OPEC and the allied producing countries decided not to increase crude oil production significantly for consumers.

The Treasury Department did not respond to a request for comment on whether the latest financial sanctions could impact U.S. hopes to boost UAE oil production.

The administration is using an August 2018 executive order signed by Trump as its authority to impose the sanctions.

Also on Monday, the State Department imposed sanctions on two companies, Pioneer Ship management PTE LTD of Singapore and Golden Warrior Shipping Co. Ltd. of Hong Kong, which he claims are engaged in the acquisition, sale or transportation of Iranian petroleum products.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a statement that “until Iran is ready to return to full implementation” of the Iran nuclear deal, “we will continue to use our sanctions authorities to target exports of oil, petroleum products and petrochemicals from Iran.”

In July, several Iranian companies and Iranian nationals based in the United Arab Emirates were hit with sanctions, including the Iranian company Jam Petrochemical Co., which exported hundreds of millions of dollars worth of products to countries in Asia, including China.

Iran is nursing a struggling economy, with its currency hitting its lowest value since the United States pulled out of the nuclear deal.

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A digital alkaline spin maser https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/a-digital-alkaline-spin-maser/ Thu, 28 Jul 2022 09:41:03 +0000 https://centrifugalpumpsmanufacturer.com/a-digital-alkaline-spin-maser/ The generation of radio frequency modulation in the polarization or intensity of light transmitted through an array of optically pumped atomic spins is a phenomenon exploited in optical magnetometry.1.2. The measured spin precession results from the Zeeman separation of the atomic ground state in the presence of a non-zero magnetic field. For alkali metal vapors […]]]>

The generation of radio frequency modulation in the polarization or intensity of light transmitted through an array of optically pumped atomic spins is a phenomenon exploited in optical magnetometry.1.2. The measured spin precession results from the Zeeman separation of the atomic ground state in the presence of a non-zero magnetic field. For alkali metal vapors including commonly used isotopes such as (^{133})cs, (^{85})Rb and (^{87})Rb, the Zeeman split is approximately linear in typical geophysical fields, and the precession frequency is proportionally related to the measured field by the gyromagnetic ratio (gamma). Optical detection of spin precession closes a feedback loop, in which this oscillating signal is applied to atomic vapor via modulation of the local magnetic field3optical pumping rate4or pump light polarization5. Provided the modulation phase matches that required for coherent feedback, the system experiences a driven resonant response, greatly amplifying the signals at the precession frequency. Such a system can be considered an alkaline spin maser6.

Geophysical precession magnetometers benefit from the atomic transduction of the measured field into frequency, a physical property that can be precisely determined. Limiting noise sources on the precession signal, such as photon noise, are white, which means that the variance on this measurement of frequency (and therefore magnetic field) is inversely proportional to the cube of the measurement timeseven (for derivation, see8, equations 1-17). Coupled with high signal-to-noise measurement of optical rotation in the presence of an optically pumped polarized atomic sample, highly accurate magnetometry can be achieved in geophysical magnetic fields.9with applications like magnetoencephalographyten and navigation refused by GPS11. Additionally, direct mapping of the precession frequency onto the magnetic field enables rapid field changes to be resolved with high bandwidth, at rates even exceeding the precession frequency with the use of phase estimation of the signal.12. For alkali metals in geophysical magnetic fields, the magnetic precession (Larmor) frequency varies between 70 kHz and 450 kHz. This frequency range is suitable for digitization and real-time processing, which we exploit in this work.

Accurate geophysical field measurements are an exciting tool in many applications, especially if performed using compact and scalable hardware. Examples include the detection of Alfvén geomagnetic resonances13navigation refused by GPS11and a multitude of land and space geomagnetic surveying applications14,15,16.

Magnetic field determination

Consider the signal output of a spin precession system at a magnetic resonance frequency (f_L = gamma B_0)where (gamma) is the gyro ratio, for convenience rescaled in units of Hz/nT. The lowest variance on the measurement of this frequency, in the presence of white noise, is given by the Cramér-Rao lower bound (CRLB)seven

$$begin{aligned} sigma ^2_{text {CRLB}} = frac{3rho ^2}{pi ^2 A^2 tau ^3}, end{aligned}$$

(1)

where (rho) is the noise spectral density (units (hbox {V}cdot hbox {Hz}^{-1/2})) at the measurement frequency (f_L), A the signal amplitude (V) and (tau) the measurement duration (s), which we assume to be much greater than the data acquisition sampling interval. The resolution of a single magnetic field measurement is therefore given (in nT) by

$$begin{aligned} Delta B_{text {min}} = frac{sqrt{3}rho }{gamma pi A tau ^{3/2}}. end{aligned}$$

(2)

Consider the measurement of a slowly varying magnetic field (B_0)whose size we determine by NOT duration-independent measurements (tau)giving a bandwidth of ((2tau )^{-1}). The resolution of each measurement is given by Eq. (2), and we can see that the bandwidth-adjusted noise floor, commonly referred to as the magnetometer sensitivity, is proportional to (tau ^{-1})and given by

$$begin{aligned} delta B_{text {min}} = frac{sqrt{6}rho }{gamma pi A tau } end{aligned}$$

(3)

in units (hbox {nT}cdot hbox {Hz}^{-1/2}).

In the case of a free precession magnetometer, the atomic coherence time (T_2) limits the duration of each measurement to (tau simeq 2T_2), fixing the minimum noise floor to this physical property of the atomic system. In contrast, a continuously oscillating signal can be sampled at a frequency chosen to optimally cover the desired signal bandwidth and thus achieve the highest possible sensitivity to the desired signal source.

To achieve such continuous atomic spin resonance, alkaline spin masers have been made using electronic feedback, using analog phase shift and homodyne detection.6. However, to reduce reliance on manually tuned analog electronics, we use a low-latency continuous digital filter to drive resonant atomic spin precession in a (^{133})Sample Cs, implemented in firmware running on a field-programmable gate array (FPGA). In a practical sensor, this represents a more scalable, flexible and portable option than analog electronic feedback. This approach is particularly powerful in situations where the resonance phase condition is not known, for example in arbitrary geometries of the magnetic field or optical polarization17. We implement a pair of matched finite impulse response (FIR) filters, exploiting their fixed-phase output to generate the full analytical signal, from which a constant frequency-independent phase-shifted signal can be generated and applied as magnetic feedback for drive the (^{133})Cs turns. We describe the spontaneous emergence and amplification of resonance dynamics in this digital-atomic system, measure the signal-to-noise ratio achieved in a compact sensor package, and characterize the system bandwidth and response uniformity at a rapid variation of the measured magnetic field.

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