09 Nov 2018
The Importance of NSF/ANSI 61 Certification

Making sure that you have clean water that’s safe to drink is extremely important, and you wouldn’t just leave that sort of thing up to a guarantee. That’s why all TIGERFLOW CTO systems carry the special NSF/ANSI 61 certification, which signifies that they can be used for potable drinking water. Today, we’re going a little…

12 Sep 2018

When to Use an Expansion Tank Expansion tanks are primarily used in water booster applications to keep the pump from starting excessively due to small piping leaks in a building (leak load). Excessive starting not only shortens the life of the controls and the pump’s motor, but it’s also costly in terms of energy use….

06 Sep 2018
Hydropneumatic Tanks and Their Use with Domestic Water Boosters

The engineered water boosters from TIGERFLOW are designed to operate without needing add-on components, like hydropneumatic tanks. However, in certain situations and applications, the addition of these expansion tanks can be quite useful. In today’s blog, we’re covering the basics that you need to know about hydropneumatic tanks and how they are used with open…

15 Aug 2018
ISO Audit | Continuing ISO 9001:2015 / Full Design Certification

At TIGERFLOW, we take great pride in that every system we engineer not only meets the rigorous standards required by law but that we also go the extra mile to receive various certifications from industry watchdogs, state and national governments and international organizations. To uphold these multiple certifications, our facility and processes are occasionally reviewed….

03 Aug 2018
Knowing Your Incoming System Pressure Means Getting the Right System Size

Safety is always top priority. It trumps everything no matter what, and nothing can put your building and employees in more danger than having an improper system size. In today’s blog, TIGERFLOW is covering the importance of knowing your incoming system pressure to select the proper system and system components. Knowing Your Incoming System Pressure When…

27 Jul 2018
TIGERFLOW Booster System

All TIGERFLOW systems are masterfully engineered, but on occasion, some customers have experienced speed control issues with overshooting and short-cycling. To ensure that your system doesn’t overshoot its setpoint pressure or short-cycle by turning on and off too frequently, use this nifty infographic to fine tune your TIGERFLOW Mark V controller. For over thirty years, TIGERFLOW…

20 Jul 2018
Pre-Engineered Standard Assemblies

When clients order a TIGERFLOW system, that means they already have a need for the system and they want to fill that need as quickly as possible. One of the ways TIGERFLOW makes the overall process more time efficient is by utilizing pre-designed standard assemblies. Read today’s blog to gain a further understanding of our…

17 Jul 2018
TIGERFLOW Systems LLC Names Nancy Abraham as the Southeast Regional Sales Manager

Nancy Abraham Brings 20 Years of Industry Experience to TIGERFLOW Media Contact: John Truett, Director of Sales, 214-364-6798 Dallas, TX, 7/17/2018 —TIGERFLOW today announced that Nancy Abraham has been named the Southeast Regional Sales Manager. Nancy’s responsibilities include sales and specification of plumbing, fire, municipal and HVAC skid packages throughout her territory. Nancy is strategically based…

16 Jul 2018
Reading Fatal Alarms TIGERFLOW Infographic

All TIGERFLOW systems are masterfully engineered, but nonetheless, issues can still arise. If you’re notified that a fatal alarm has sounded on your system, stay calm and check the system status screen. The fatal alarm that went off will be clearly visible. Once you’ve gotten to that point, you can use the infographic below to…

18 May 2018
Crating the Right Way

Here at TIGERFLOW, creating the perfect water distribution system is only half of the battle, getting it to you is the other half. In 2017, we discovered a need to update our crating method so we set our sights on a better system transport solution. This is when we developed our signature crating technique that…