Monthly Archives: July 2013

QuantumFlo Nominated as a Florida Company to Watch

Continuing innovation in the pump industry and beyond, QuantumFlo was recently nominated as a part of the “Florida Companies to Watch” in 2013. With their previous recognition as a finalist for Product Innovation of the Year in 2012, and a featured spot in ASPE’s recent innovation showcase, QuantumFlo’s advanced product line and state-of-the-art solutions are continuing to advance pump technology and garner attention beyond the pump market.

“Florida Companies to Watch,” a prestigious event that is in its third year, celebrates the growth and success of second-stage businesses that are headquartered in Florida. The recognition for second-stage businesses highlights the substantial job growth generated by these companies and their worth to potential employees throughout the state of Florida.

Presented by GrowFL, the Florida Economic Gardening Institute at the University of Central Florida, the program is a unique way to feature the businesses that are going above and beyond their industry and bring them together. In August, 50 businesses will be chosen as official companies to watch and a gala will be held in October to celebrate the companies.

The nomination is a prestigious honor for QuantumFlo, as many of the companies celebrated are not only influential and innovative within their industry, but also represent strong levels of growth and advancement that are admired by numerous sectors.

QuantumFlo has been a leader in pump technology for years, providing packaged systems for a variety of different markets and verticals, ranging from hospitality to government, aerospace and many more. A number of different businesses in these verticals rely on QuantumFlo’s pump solutions for efficiency, sustainability and cost saving every day.

With this cherished nomination as one of the “Florida Companies to Watch,” QuantumFlo intends to continue as the leader for the pump systems industry in 2013. To follow up the attention and innovation of their software, iQFlo, they will soon be releasing Einstein 2.0, an exclusive sizing and selection program developed with a “Wizard” format; which allows consultants, contractors and QuantumFlo representatives to enter simple information and generate a specific pumping solution that best fits their needs.

Click here for more information on “Florida Companies to Watch.” 

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Staying Ahead of the Flow: The Critical Nature of Regular Pump Checks

Because of the pitfalls of the economy and rising value of cost saving in recent years, keeping industrial pumping systems healthy has been crucial for organizations. It’s not that upkeep hasn’t always been a part of having a pump system, but the value in extending the lifetime of these systems has never been more important. Businesses are treating them much like they would their most valuable assets, such as their offices or company vehicles. Even with advanced system designs and unmatched performance of products like QuantumFlo’s pre-packaged pump systems, regular pump checks will allow for long term cost saving and maximized performance.

Continuous Upkeep and Monitoring

Maintenance and checking on pump systems must be done regularly. Today’s technology has made these systems more advanced than ever, but that also means that performance cannot be maximized without routine checks.

Users have many options when it comes to performance monitoring, but the important parts of the system that must always be discussed are the life-cycle cost, energy use and efficiency as a whole. When a user can review maintenance records and compare them with these three things, they’ll be in a much better position to know when and what kinds of maintenance to expect.

Luckily for companies and people with pump systems today, there are plenty of modern monitoring devices that allow for the recording of performance-related data and easy transfer of that information for the users. With visual displays and easy data accessing, users are much more equipped with both modern systems and software.

The Help of Software

Software is something that is invaluable in product upkeep. When end users have the opportunity to see the main parts of their systems and whether or not they are operating correctly, they are allowed to take advantage and fix maintenance issues early on. The iQFlo is a great example of software that not only promotes efficiency and saving in the short term, but most importantly for the long term.

With the ability to monitor and predict water demand, the iQFlo allows for pumping systems to shut down when water demand isn’t present. When this allows QuantumFlo systems to shut down regularly and save downtime use, it works ahead of the curve for the end user, doing half of the work for them.

One of the most important things to remember is that these systems should be monitored and checked with the same thoroughness and precision as a company or someone’s most valuable assets, because after all, it is one. These pump systems allow companies and residential owners to save money around the clock and do so while staying completely efficient, and they deserve high quality upkeep to go along.

For more information on the advanced, cost saving pump systems from QuantumFlo, contact us