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PRW (Mechanical) (OP)
4 Jun 02 13:07
Do any of you have any experience with a web site called
I have seen it, and it really looks professional, but I wondered what others thought.

Thanks in advance.

electricpete (Electrical)
4 Jun 02 14:10
I notice you're a new member.

Please forgive my asking... are you associated with the website in question?
PRW (Mechanical) (OP)
4 Jun 02 14:26
Hi Pete,

   I fully understand your question, but no, I am an engineer with a company in Chigago that manufactures electroplating equipment. We do use pumps, so I am always on the look out for a new source. I just wondered as I mentioned before, if anyone else has used them.
electricpete (Electrical)
4 Jun 02 22:35
Thanks. Sorry for questioning you.  It looks like a good site to me, but then again I'm no pump engineer.
DiaphragmPumps (Industrial)
10 Jun 02 18:21
DiaphragmPumps (Industrial)
10 Jun 02 18:25
Spot the typing error
dgallagher (Mechanical)
11 Jun 02 16:31
PRW (Mechanical) (OP)
11 Jun 02 17:08
Thanks to all that posted replies. These are some useful informational sights. But, as I mentioned in my initial post, I am looking for pump vendors, and wanted to know if anyone had used
DiaphragmPumps (Industrial)
22 Jun 02 21:18
A couple of points
1) You didn't mention vendor in your original post.
2) Vendor? ie sum one who sells.Perhaps you meant customer?

PRW (Mechanical) (OP)
29 Jul 02 6:11
Again, thanks to all that answered. I just wanted to let everyone know that I tried this vendor when I needed some motors for pumps that I already had. They beat the local vendors price, and I got the motors, 8 Leesons, the next afternoon. I know this is my first order, but they seem to want to give champagne service to this beer lover.

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