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In recent years, the pumping of waste water has become increasingly complex, as the degree of pollution has grown and the wastewater has become more concentrated. In addition, the necessary pressures have increased and the required arrangements have become more complicated. Over the years we have adapted to these changes and we always tried to stay on top of the newest pump developments. At present, we own an arsenal of diesel and electric pumps with corresponding accessories, that are able to deal with the contemporary challenges that our clients encounter.

Diesel pumps
The diesel pumps are dry self-suction pumps or make use of vacuum systems. These pumps are available in the range of 100 to 8000 m3/hour per pump.

Electric pumps
The electric pumps can be both wet and dry mounted pumps. This means that they are either mounted on dry land or that they are submerged in water. The range in which these pumps are available, is from 50 to 10,000 m3/hour per pump. The largest submersible pump that we have, has a capacity of 10,000 m3/hour. The electric pumps are controlled by frequency controllers and can be connected to the mains or to aggregates. The use of frequency controllers reduces power consumption to a minimum.

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Anglian diverts Norwich sewage in rehabilitation scheme

31 May 2019

Anglian Water has pushed engineering boundaries by diverting all of Norwich's sewage for a £4 million sewer rehabilitation scheme in Whitlingham.

Anglian Water Services - about the Norwich project

31 May 2019

Anglian Water Service: "We’re breaking engineering boundaries with our £4million sewer upgrade in Norwich."