Product Showcase

  1. Submersible Drainage Center-Line Pump JC 11 (60Hz US)
    7/31/2018

    The submersible drainage center-line pump JC 11 is ideal for pumping water and dirty water mixed with light abrasives. When delivered to a site you can start using them right away. The low weight and compact design ensure convenient transport, handling, and installation. Head max 59 feet, flow max 93 gpm.

  2. Submersible Drainage Center-Line Pump JC 6 (60Hz US)
    7/31/2018

    The submersible drainage center-line pump JC 6 is ideal for pumping water and dirty water mixed with light abrasives. When delivered to a site you can start using them right away. The low weight and compact design ensure convenient transport, handling, and installation. Head max 40 feet, flow max 63 gpm.

  3. Submersible Drainage Pump XJ 110
    7/31/2018

    The submersible drainage pump XJ 110 is ideal for pumping water and dirty water mixed with light abrasives. Pumps with built in AquaTronic unit will always have correct direction of impeller rotation, ensuring peak performance and reduced wear. 50 Hz: head max 52 meters, flow max 54 l/s. 60 Hz: head max 63 meters (207 feet), flow max 55 l/s (873 gpm).

  4. Submersible Drainage Pump J 604
    7/31/2018

    The low weight and compact design of the submersible drainage pump J 405 ensure convenient transport, handling, and installation. The pump is ideal for pumping water and dirty water mixed with light abrasives. 50 Hz: head max 90 meters, flow max 160 l/s. 60 Hz: head max 101 meters (331 feet), flow max 160 l/s (2540 gpm).

  5. Submersible Drainage Center-Line Pump JC 34
    7/31/2018

    The slim design of the submersible drainage center-line pump JC 34 makes it perfect for applications with limited installation space. The pump is ideal for pumping water and dirty water mixed with light abrasives. 50 Hz: head max 34 meters, flow max 16 l/s. 60 Hz: head max 47 meters (155 feet), flow max 18.5 l/s (294 gpm).

  6. Submersible Drainage Pump XJ 40
    7/31/2018

    The submersible drainage pump XJ 40 is ideal for pumping water and dirty water mixed with light abrasives. Pumps with built in AquaTronic unit will always have correct direction of impeller rotation, ensuring peak performance and reduced wear. 50 Hz: head max 34 meters, flow max 23 l/s. 60 Hz: head max 36 meters (118 feet), flow max 22 l/s (349 gpm).

  7. Submersible Drainage Center-Line Pump XJC 50
    7/31/2018

    The slim design of the submersible drainage center-line pump XJC 50 makes it perfect for applications with limited installation space. The pump is ideal for pumping water and dirty water mixed with light abrasives. Pumps with built in AquaTronic unit will always have correct direction of impeller rotation, ensuring peak performance and reduced wear. 50 Hz: head max 45 meters, flow max 35 l/s. 60 Hz: head max 49 meters (161 feet), flow max 36 l/s (571 gpm).

  8. Submersible Drainage Pump J 12
    7/31/2018

    The low weight and compact design of the submersible drainage pump J 12 ensure convenient transport, handling, and installation. The pump is ideal for pumping water and dirty water mixed with light abrasives. 50 Hz: head max 15 meters, flow max 9 l/s. 60 Hz: head max 18.5 meters (61 feet), flow max 8.5 l/s (135 gpm).

  9. Dynajet™ Dry Polymer Blending System
    7/17/2018

    Compact, high performance dry chemical blending system utilizes blower-assisted conveyance system to transport and disperse the dry polymer prior to wetting. The wetting technology reduces plugging. The equipment is built from stainless steel to withstand extreme conditions and harsh environments.

  10. Dynablend™ Liquid Polymer Blending Systems
    7/17/2018

    Dynablend liquid polymer blending systems are proven to be the most effective and reliable hydraulic polymer activation technology. The L4 and L6 are the smallest Dynablend units and the use of a peristaltic pump makes them the most economical of the Dynablend blending system. Patented Hydroaction technology follows the science of polymer activation. Two-stage mixing with the highest energy applied first at the moment of initial wetting (MIOW) followed by a "quiescent" zone allowing for more gentle activation as polymer science dictates.