Groundwater Engineering Introduce New Range of Dewatering Pumps9 April 2014
Groundwater Engineering is pleased to announce the launch of its range of dewatering and wellpoint jetting pumps. These pumps are designed for the construction dewatering and mine dewatering industry and use the latest materials and efficient design to provide robust and effective pumping capacity:
Dewatering pumps – ideal for wellpointing, sump pumping and site dewatering
- GWE-300: 4 inch (100 mm) wellpoint and dewatering pump, rated at up to 150 cubic metres per hour
- GWE-340: 6 inch (150 mm) wellpoint and dewatering pump, rated at up to 330 cubic metres per hour
These pumps have supersilent canopies for quiet operation and offer rapid self priming thanks to the 50m³/hr high performance dry vacuum pump, which is a low maintenance design which does not require re-filling with oil or water.
Jetting pump – ideal for wellpoint installation
- JAMCO 80/60: 3 inch (80 mm) jetting pump, rated at up to 40 m head
These pumps provide an efficient and effective water supply for jetting in wellpoints.
Seb Fisher, Groundwater Engineering’s Managing Director said:
“We are really pleased to be able to offer our new range of wellpoint and dewatering pumps, which complements our sales and rental services in submersible pumps and dewatering equipment. This further enhances the quality of service we can provide to our clients who have groundwater problems in the construction, mining and oil and gas industries”
Groundwater Engineering is an international company specializing in dewatering, groundwater control and water well engineering for clients in the construction, mining and oil & gas industries. Backed by decades of industry experience and technical expertise we are committed to providing our clients with high quality and cost-effective solutions to their groundwater problems. We pride ourselves on providing safe, technically sound and environmentally sensitive designs, and delivering them in the field, on time and on budget.
Our teams combine geotechnical, hydrogeological, engineering and construction management skills, a strong supply chain, quality equipment and materials and skilled operatives to meet our client’s needs.
For further information please contact us at email@example.com
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