Energy-efficient, high-pressure pumps to fight thirst

  Andritz is supplying the first high-pressure pumps of their kind to Morocco for the drinking water supply. Very little natural groundwater reserves, strong population growth,...

Water, water, everywhere: Andritz pumps solving irrigation problem in India

  In India two thirds of the agricultural land depend on the monsoon or regular rainfall. Irrigation has a long tradition in Indian agriculture –...

From old to new

  In Uzbekistan, systematic irrigation is based on seven natural oases and started more than 2,500 years ago. Today, the network relies on numerous pumping...

Vintage 1954 – a good year for pumps

  As does every year, 1954 saw a number of events that marked the beginning of something longer-lasting and successful. On April 12, 1954, for...

Submersible borehole pumps for very high heads

These new submersible borehole pumps developed by KSB have a diameter of up to 50 inches, i.e. 1250 mm, and a drive rating of...

KSB extended portfolio with vertical turbine pumps

The KSB Group extended its portfolio by adding a comprehensive programme of vertical turbine pumps. The so-called B Pumps are multistage vertical turbine pumps...

Providing the best water in Karelia

The Northwest of Russia literally flows with water. An area known for huge lakes and vast wetlands. Petrozavodsk is the capital, and the largest...

Andritz to supply irrigation pumps for Egypt

International technology Group Andritz has received an order from Concord for Engineering and Contracting, Cairo Egypt, to supply 17 vertical line shaft pumps, including...

Systematic flow metering – instrumentation for water supply in desert region

Aguas de Saltillo, the water utility company which serves the city of Saltillo in Mexico, is responsible for supplying drinking water to a population...

New inline single stage centrifugal pump range

The new SIL pump range was developed by Sulzer to meet the process requirements in various general and industrial applications. The SIL pump range...