Choosing the right dewatering pump for your application can be challenging. To help you with this task, Atlas Copco shares its expertise here to address the main questions on pumps you might have. From how to select submersible pumps, how to choose a centrifugal pump to when electric pumps are more recommendable than Diesel pumps, and more.
Centrifugal pumps are versatile in their uses. These machines vary considerably in the technology that equips each one for a different set of jobs and circumstances. A careful choice is needed to ensure you optimally achieve your main dewatering objectives. Here are the key considerations to choose the right type of centrifugal pump for your application.
Through a series of design innovations, Atlas Copco has addressed traditional issues of inaccessible hydraulics and the need to disassemble pumps to perform simple tasks like replacement of consumables. In combination, these features can improve MTTR Mean time to repair up to 30%.
Head is the height at which a pump can raise fluid up and is measured in metres or feet. We use it when specifying centrifugal pumps because their pumping characteristics tend to be independent of the fluid’s specific gravity, often referred to as relative density.
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