The expanded AG Series of centrifugal close-coupled pumps can function in industrial, commercial and agricultural applications. The pumps feature hydraulic performance ranges of 3 to 75 hp; flow ratings from 50 to 2,000 gpm; and heads up to 300 ft. Each pump is equipped with a NEMA standard motor for mechanical seal or packing gland configurations.
The TechnoForce e-HV is a pre-engineered pressure booster package. These compact, multi-pump packages offer efficient variable-speed solutions and hydraulic performance when additional potable water pressure and flow are required. They are ideal for a variety of new or retrofit commercial applications, such as high-rises, office and retail spaces, schools, hospitals and industrial plants.
Company to invest significantly throughout the region during the planning period 2015 to 2018
Xylem Inc. has pledged its commitment to an ambitious expansion plan and investment of $35 million in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. The announcement was made during the International Water Summit (IWS) taking place in Abu Dhabi, January 19 to 22, 2016.
The Series e-80 vertical inline centrifugal pump expands the e-range of pumps, all of which feature efficiency profiles that provide high energy and hydraulic efficiencies across a range of operating conditions, reducing electricity consumption, improving overall system performance and lowering lifecycle costs. Durable stainless steel impellers contribute to efficient pump performance and maximize product lifecycle.
The company also will be showcasing new products at its booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Dec. 16 to 17
Franklin Electric Co. Inc., a manufacturer of complete pumping systems, will offer contractors and drillers opportunities to sharpen their skills, along with new pumping-related solutions at the Groundwater Expo (NGWA 2015) in booth 719 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Dec. 16 to 17. In addition to a variety of new products that will be on display, Franklin will offer short training sessions (10 to 15 minutes in length) at its Hone Your Craft Expert Hub, focusing on solutions to questions commonly asked by water well professionals.
The award was presented at the International Ground Source Heat Pump Assn.’s annual conference in Kansas City
For its approach to transforming geothermal technology, American Water was recently honored with the Visionary Award at the International Ground Source Heat Pump Assn.’s (IGSHPA) annual conference in Kansas City. William Varley, senior vice president of American Water’s northeast division, and Commissioner Patricia Acampora of the New York Public Service Commission, accepted the award on behalf of their respective organizations.
The event raises funds for safe, sustainable water solutions in developing countries
Approximately 175 Grundfos employees joined family, friends and corporate partners in its annual Walk for Water event held in Kansas City, Mo., and Aurora, Ill. The initiative was designed to raise awareness about the global water crisis and to raise funds for safe, sustainable water solutions in developing countries.
With water shortages in many parts of the country, more homeowners than ever before are looking for domestic hot water solutions.
Larger homes mean longer waits for hot water at the faucet, requiring impatient Americans to—gasp—wait. And if there are two things that unite Americans, they are that we are becoming much more attuned to the need to preserve valuable natural resources and that we want to save money.
Fortunately, technology—and water quality professionals—have a solution.
Hot water recirculation systems save homeowners water & money
The company is relocating dewatering pump inventory to New Jersey, Maryland, North Carolina and Virginia
Xylem Inc. has activated a deployment initiative to move several hundred of its portable Godwin pumps from nearby states to prepare customers along the East Coast for the arrival of Hurricane Joaquin. Xylem’s operations teams are moving the pumps into position to remove unwanted floodwaters from impacted communities and businesses at a moment’s notice.
The company will feature several new pumps at the show
Franklin Electric Co. Inc., a manufacturer of complete pumping systems, will display new pumping products at the WEFTEC 2015 Exhibition and Conference in booths 3652 and 3654 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Sept. 28 to 30. Some of the new products featured in the booth include: