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Experienced Valve Techs

Archive Articles:

A selection of Harper International Articles completed by “Valvologists” between 1974 and 2011.  Below is a list of articles written on Valve Applications for Water, Wastewater, Booster Pumping Stations and Vacuum Priming Systems.

These articles are for customer/client Information and reference.  Have questions? Please contact a former owner of Harper International: Fred Haines at Harper Haines Fluid Control, Inc. 203.693.3740.

Active Pressure ManagementReduce Water Pressure to Save Water and Energy Without Compromising Fire FlowView Article
Breach Control ValvesWhen Pipes Fail: Using Breach Control Valves to Reduce Flood Risk and Enhance Fire SuppressionView Article
Cavitation AnalysisThe Cavitation ChallengeView Article
Check Valve ApplicationCRISPIN RF/SAR Check Valve vs Surgebuster®View Article
Control ValvesThe Downfeed Demon: Maximizing PressureView Article
Electronic PilotsRemote Control Cuts Operating Costs 75% in Aquarion Valve PitsView Article
Emergency ServiceService FailureView Article
Factory Built Pumping StationsApplication Example of a Factory Built Pumping StationView Article
Fueling at JFK AirportFred Haines worked with Cla-Val Fueling Specialist to support JFK.View Article
Float ValvesModulating Float Valves Prevent Water Hammer and Flooding in Suction TanksView Article
Fire ValvesTiming Is Everything in Fire PreventionView Article
Irrigation ProjectWe’ll optimize your irrigation systemView Article
Pump StationsPump Stations ApplicationView Article
Surge ProblemsPrevent a Train Wreck in Your Water System!View Article
Transient SurgesTransient Surges in your Water SystemView Article
To find out more, contact a Harper representative.
Harper Haines Fluid Control, Inc.
125 Old Gate Lane, Milford, CT 06460
Telephone: 203.693.3740 * Fax: 203.547.6092

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