Case Study

Blockage Frequency Drops From Two Per Week To Zero Per Year

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The Kaimai Range is a mountain range in the North Island of New Zealand. It separates the Waikato in the west from the Bay of Plenty in the east. The area has a population of around 30,000. In a retirement village, Kaimai Valley Services had a pump station that was blocked with soft solids (rags, etc.) on average 1-2 times per week. The installed pumps were 150 mm submersible units. Read the full case study to learn how the replacement Sulzer submersible sewage pump was installed in April 2013, the customer’s blockage clearance costs have dropped to zero, and the new pumps paid for themselves in a matter of months.

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