China to Build Supa-Stelth Pump Centre
Nanjing: Hehai University regarded as one of the two most prestigious Universities in China that specialise in Fluid Dynamics is to now partner Supa-Stelth pumps Pty Ltd. Headed by Prof Zheng the University is to be the home of a research "Centre of Excellence" financed by various Gov bodies and the Jiansu Heng Feng New Fluid Energy Conservation Equipment Group as Joint venture partners. The goal of this specialist research centre is to investigate ALL aspects of the scientific principles of "Solid Body Rotation" of fluids as used for pumping. The centre will build and test many different sized industrial pumps including pool pumps. All pumps will be designed in collaboration with New Fluid Technology Pty Ltd an Australian based R&D Co. The University has firmly established itself as the leader in "The Three Gorges" mega water project in China. Now China has just recently released its "wish list" for reducing energy consumption for all industrial pumping nationally. The performance curves that they are hoping to achieve consider even quite small pumps( under 15 tons per hour) to pumps capable of well over 10,000 tons per hour. Supa-Stelth Pumps have been able to impress their Chinese backers by "superimposing" their own national Gov Laboratory test results upon these graphs to convince them of its likely success. Many people might ask why China would take such a strong interest in a small Australian pump Co. The answer is found in the fact that China is a massive user of electricity and pumps are easily the biggest consumers END.