Booster Pumps are auxiliary pumps which are used to increase or maintain pressure in a potable water system, most commonly used where there is an inconsistent demand for water.
Used to pump water from a lower to a higher level, from which the water then flows through channels to the fields requiring irrigation or to raise it to the required pressure head so that it can be sprayed on the fields via piping systems.
Wastewater Submersible Pump
Also referred to as sewage pumps, typically transport the following fluids: raw sewage, mechanically treated waste water from treatment tanks, sludge, as well as stormwater.
Borehole Submersible Pump
The principal applications of submersible borehole pumps are irrigation, maintenance of groundwater levels in open-cast and underground mining or construction pits, pumping tasks in water-supply wells and in the offshore, geothermal energy or deep-sea mining sectors.
Controllers and PLC
Control the rate of flow of water through a programmable logic controller.
A heavy-duty process pump used to move many different types of products, including water, chemicals, petroleum, wastewater, oil, sludge, slurry or food.