Posts Tagged ‘Pump Station’

Sulzer introduces new lifting stations

Monday, May 23rd, 2016 von admin

Synconta_900B_grey_cut_web_smallThe new Synconta lifting station is a synthetic prefabricated sump, designed as a single or double pumping station for below-ground installation. It is developed for the automatic pumping of wastewater and sewage from areas below the backwash level in accordance with DIN EN 12050-1. The new Synconta has a stronger tank design than the previous range and it can be provided with an optional concrete cover for the load class D 400, which means that it can be driven over for example by a truck.

Synconta is designed for fitting with Sulzer pumps of the Piranha, AS, and MF ranges. The new lifting station replaces the existing Synconta 801, 901-902 range. A concrete cover is available for areas with either pedestrian or vehicular traffic. The tank can be fitted with a plastic lockable lid when installed in areas without any kind of traffic.

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KSB: Water for Algeria

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013 von admin

KSB_ATHMANIAKSB received an order for equipping a new pumping station for the Athmania project with ten large water pumps. The pumps type RDLO 700-980 A are to be driven by a 1,810-kW electric motor each. Running at full load, each of the ten pump sets will be delivering 2,025 litres of water per second at a head of 75 metres. To rule out the risk of corrosion, all impellers will be made of stainless steel. The pump casings are made of nodular cast iron.

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Bedford: Pumping Station reduces the risk of flooding

Monday, January 30th, 2012 von admin

Bedford Pumps Ltd has completed its largest project to date with the refurbishment of the pumps and MCC at Altmouth Pumping Station, situated at the mouth of the River Alt in Merseyside. The Altmouth Pumping Station reduces the risk of flooding to more than 9000 properties and provides protection to approximately 20 square miles of grade A agricultural land.

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