AMR™ Is New Name For Transamerica Delaval Line Of Three-Screw Pumps

Transamerica Delaval Inc. has chosen a new name for its line of three-screw pumps: AMR™—axial multi-rotor pumps. The new trade name was chosen after Transamerica Delaval terminated its joint technical assistance agreement with IMO AB of Sweden.

The new name joins those of two other well-known families of rotary positive displacement pumps engineered and manufactured by Transamerica Delaval in the United States: GTS®—geared twinscrew pumps, and CIG*—crescent internal gear pumps.

J. Kenneth Lippincott, vice president and general manager of Pyramid™ Pump Division, pointed out that AMR pumps have been reliable pieces of rotating equipment onboard ship, in utilities, refineries, chemical plants and fluid power systems for more than 50 years, classing them as unique for simplicity of design, smoothness of flow, high shaft speed capability and very low noise.

Trasamerica Delaval has 19 operating divisions at 22 manufacturing locations worldwide. The company makes a line of industrial products including compressors, connectors, controls, diesel engines, electric motors, fasteners, filters, forgings, gearing, pumps, sensors, steam condensers, turbines, valves and waste treatment systems.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 37,  Jul 15, 1984

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