Archive for the ‘Dewatering’ Category

KSB: New efficient high-pressure pump

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016 von admin

KSB_Movitec_125_02The new Movitec 125 pumps are complementing the current KSB range of vertical high-pressure pumps. These multistage centrifugal pumps are designed for fluids such as

  • water,
  • coolants,
  • condensate and
  • mineral oils.

They are ideal for industrial recirculation and fire-fighting systems, cooling water circuits and washing plants as well as for boosting pressure in general process applications, for example.

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Kirloskar: New wastewater pump series

Thursday, February 5th, 2015 von admin

i-NS PumpKBL’s (Kirloskar Brothers Limited) new “i-NS” pump is a non-clog sewage submersible pump designed for dewatering function in the

  • water & wastewater treatment industries,
  • sewage,
  • building & construction and
  • other allied segments.

The compact size of the pump helps in minimizing submergence, and it comes with an aesthetically-improved design for maintenance-free work.
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BBA: Environmentally friendly high flow pump unit

Monday, February 2nd, 2015 von admin

BA-C500 Boskalis  (2)Boskalis Technical Service Nederland manages several mobile pump units with high and ultra high flows. Boskalis clearly prefers environmentally friendly equipment and has very specific requirements from their pumps which include;

  • The pump must have a minimum capacity of 5000 m³/hr and a pressure in excess of 3 bar;
  • Excellent suction capabilities (NPSHr curve) and suitable for use as a dewatering pump;
  • High fuel efficiency combined with the lowest exhaust emissions;
  • The pump unit should fit into a 20 ft. container for easy transport;
  • The maximum weight should be no more than 12,000 kilograms.

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Atlas Copco: Generators and pumps for SydVästlänken project

Monday, December 2nd, 2013 von admin

atlas2The power grid in Southern Sweden is susceptible to disruptions. To address issues such as transmission bottlenecks, the Swedish national grid operator Svenska Kraftnät has set up the SydVästlänken project. Started in 2012, the project incorporates a 270 km underground cable and a 250km overhead power line.

Swedish contractor Skanska handles the bulk of the underground cable laying. It has invested in Atlas Copco on-site generators and submersible dewatering pumps to meet the demanding specifications of this project.

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Atlas Copco adds Weda 04S to its line-up of small rental and construction pumps

Friday, September 13th, 2013 von admin

atlasThe Weda 04S is a 0.4 kW on-site sludge / trash pump with a maximum flow of 270 lpm and a maximum head of 10.5m. It complements the line of under 1 kW single-phase drainage, sludge and residual pumps released last year.

The Weda 04S has a cast iron vortex impeller that is able to pump dirty water and handle solids up to 25 mm in size. This makes the pump a practical choice for dewatering sewage in flooded building basements or on construction sites, removing rainwater from sandy or muddy ditches and excavation sites, or getting rid of unwanted water during maintenance of utility manholes.

The pump has a triple seal system (double mechanical shaft seals constructed from silicon carbide with an additional lip seal). Thermal protection gives the motor additional reliability and run-dry capabilities. The pump has only 10 kg.

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New Flygt Bibo submersible dewatering pump

Monday, April 15th, 2013 von admin

 

Xylem has launched a new series of submersible dewatering pumps modelled on its iconic and hugely popular Flygt Bibo pump. The new Bibo range incorporates several proven design features taken from the legendary dewatering pump, as well as innovative enhancements that give the new pumps extrem wear resistance and uptime capability. The new range will be unveiled for the first time at the Bauma trade show in Munich on Monday 15th April at 2pm, Hall A6, # 427/528. Bibo series has been designed for the toughest dewatering environments including

  • mining,
  • quarrying,
  • construction and
  • tunnelling.

 

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