Frost & Sullivan recently recognized Warren Rupp Inc. with the 2011 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for New Product Innovation for its AirVantage AODD pumps. AODD positive displacement pumps are widely used for many critical applications. Reliability and price have been the focus of R&D in this space for a long time. As end users face increasing cost pressures, they continue to look for innovative solutions that provide significant energy savings and reduce total lifecycle costs through reduced downtime and maintenance costs.

“While other AODD pumps claim to provide energy savings on paper, end users often do not realize the full energy savings promised by the manufacturer,” said Anand Gnanamoorthy, Frost & Sullivan research analyst. “Warren Rupp’s demonstrated capability of providing significant energy savings has been widely appreciated by customers across diverse industries.”

Warren Rupp’s AirVantage AODD pumps are the first pumps to use an automated air regulator that dynamically controls the air flow during the pumps’ operation. This pump utilizes a microprocessor and feedback technology that automatically adjusts the supply of the air flow to the pump for maximum efficiency.

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