Geiger Represents MOYNO in Municipal Market in Eastern PA and Southern NJ
ASTON, PA (JUNE 3, 2014) – Geiger is pleased to announce that we now represent MOYNO progressing cavity pumps, grinders, cake pump systems and Universal Replacement Parts, for the Municipal market, throughout Eastern PA and Southern NJ. Geiger has been the MOYNO distributor for Industrial and Municipal markets in the Baltimore/Washington region, as well as the greater Philadelphia Industrial market distributor for many years. We are pleased to now be the MOYNO Municipal representative in the greater Philadelphia trade area, and bring our large local inventory, factory Certified Service Facility, and applications and engineering expertise to this market.
Geiger represents a market leading selection of premier manufacturers of pumps and process equipment throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Click Here to view our Municipal Product Line Card, or direct any inquiries to email@example.com
MOYNO Progressing Cavity Pumps, Grinders, Cake Pump Systems and Universal Replacement Parts are part of NOV Mono’s Process and Flow Technologies Group. For more information on MOYNO, visit www.moyno.com
Landmark KSB Amacan Pump Installation at DC Water & Sewer Authority’s Blue Plains AWWTP
WASHINGTON, DC. (APRIL, 2014) - As part of their over $1 Billion dollar investment in process improvements to reduce nutrients in their effluent and preserve the Chesapeake Bay, the DC Water & Sewer Authority is installing major new treatment processes at their Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment facility in Washington D.C. A key part of the upgrade, DC Water is installing six (6) KSB Amacan submersible propeller pumps, supplied by Geiger, each with a pumping capacity in excess of 125,000 gallons per minute! These massive pumps are the backbone of a new pump station that will pump the entire plant flow through a newly installed series of reactors to improve plant treatment quality. Geiger and KSB are proud to be part of this landmark project to Save the Bay!
Geiger SK Systems Division Approved for ISO 9001
ASTON, Pa. (MARCH, 2014) - Geiger Pump & Equipment Company is pleased to announce that our SK Systems Division has received approval for ISO 9001 Registration. ISO 9001 is an international quality management system standard. After thorough auditing, Geiger’s SK Systems Division has proven it implements these fundamental management and quality assurance practices as it provides its custom engineered and fully integrated skid systems for a wide variety of applications. Typical systems include light and heavy fuel oil, chemical metering, water booster, polymer preparation, furnace cooling, mobile pumping, and advanced filtration among others.
Geiger’s SK Systems Division offers market leading expertise in engineering, design, project management and fabrication. With staff including: registered professional engineers, experienced design technicians, expert millwrights, and welders qualified under ASME Section IX and AWS1.1, our team has the experience and tools to deliver unique value to our clients, while reducing design, installation and operating costs typically associated with similar applications.
If you haven’t already, experience Geiger! We are innovative, progressive and technically excellent, providing courteous sales and services. Geiger distributes, manufactures and services Industrial and Municipal Pump and Process Equipment over a five state area including Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, District of Columbia and Virginia. Our Packaged Fluid Systems are shipped worldwide.
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Tim Kennard 10 Mile River Run
ASTON, Pa. (January, 2013) - Geiger Pump is once again proud to be a major sponsor of the Tim Kennard 10 Mile River Run. This is the 10th continuous annual running of this event and Geiger's 10th year acting as a major sponsor as well. The event, which takes place on Sunday morning, March 10, 2013 will also host a 5K Run and 5K non-competitive walk. Both the 10 Miler and 5K begin and end at Salisbury University's Maggs Physical Activities Center. The 10 Miler and 5K (3.1 miles) wind through the beautiful neighborhoods surrounding the University and the Wicomico River. The 10 Miler takes runners into downtown Salisbury!
Reason to Run/Walk - Timothy Kennard, 48 years old, and father of a 7 year old son, passed away on March 11, 2004. He fought a courageous battle against renal cancer. Tim is missed by his family and fellow running friends. This run/walk is in his honor, with proceeds going, as Tim requested, to help children and animals. This year the proceeds will help: Coastal Hospice, specifically for pediatric cases and programs for grieving children who have lost a sibling or a parent to cancer; the Salisbury Horizons, which provides support, education and hope to children from economically disadvantaged families; also, Coalition of Caring, a fund for our animal friends in need.
Find out more at: timkennard.org
WesTech and Geiger bring back General Filter and Microfloc
ASTON, Pa. (January, 2013) - WesTech and Geiger Pump and Equipment are proud to bring back two of the most trusted and respected names in water treatment - General Filter and Microfloc. The engineers at Microfloc and General Filter were the pioneers of some of today's most standard and trusted water treatment processes, including the mixed media filter bed, commercially viable tube settlers, the upflow Adsorption Clarifier system, and the process of introducing oxygen into a process stream without breaking system pressure. General Filter and Microfloc still own the reputation for the most effective and valuable packaged treatment plants on the market.
Geiger has been appointed as the representative for these products along with WesTech's other market-leading water and wastewater equipment. Please visit our Environmental page for more information on the great water and wastewater treatment solutions offered through Geiger.
Ninth Mid-Atlantic Pump & Process Equipment Symposium
ASTON, Pa. (October, 2012) - The 9th Mid-Atlantic Pump & Process Equipment Symposium was held in Aston, Pa., on Oct. 11, 2012. The single-day symposium was attended by more than 400 individuals and 150 organizations, including 315 individuals attending one or more of the 12 training courses offered. Attendees participated in seminars and hands-on classes led by a team of experts at the largest training event in the industry.
"This was my first pump-related event to attend, and I thought it was very insightful," said Pumps & Systems Associate Editor Gary Lloyd.
"The hands-on seminars and live demonstrations were valuable to me and to the pump and process professionals who attended this great event."