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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