Wastewater Management Pumps and Valves News

  1. 'Submersible' Pump Type Remains Lucrative As Investments In Wastewater Treatment And Water Supply Projects See A Hike: PMR Study

    The production rate of pumps is increasing across the globe, which is backed by demand from countries in Asia Pacific, Latin America, and MEA. The global demand for pumps is directly correlated to infrastructure development activities worldwide.

  2. Hydra-Stop Launches Insertion Valve for 20-24” Pipes

    Hydra-Stop, the global leader for the manufacturing of insertion valves and line stop fittings for water and wastewater distribution systems, officially announced the launch of the Insta-Valve 20-24 insertion valve today, after a prelaunch unveiling at AWWA’s ACE19 in June.

  3. Xylem Unveils New Flygt Stainless Steel Submersible Pump, Offering Next-Level Customization And Durability For The Toughest Industrial Applications

    Xylem, a leading global water technology company, recently unveiled the Flygt N3069 stainless steel submersible pump, designed to solve the toughest pumping challenges in complex industrial applications such as industrial food and aquaculture.

  4. Grundfos Steps Up To Tackle The Global Climate Crisis

    Intelligent solutions coupled with concrete actions are key in Grundfos’ efforts to effectively impact the global water- and climate challenges.

  5. FTC Changes The Shape Of Filtration With Launch Of First Trapezoidal Liquid-Solids Filter Cartridge And Vessel System

    Houston-based Filtration Technology Corporation (FTC), a leader in innovative filtration and separation products and solutions, is changing the shape of the filtration and separation industry with the launch of Invicta, the first trapezoidal liquid-solids filter cartridge and vessel system on the market.

  6. Decontamination Plant Benefits From Borger’s Pumps

    Three rotary lobe pumps made by Borger are playing a vital role at a decontamination plant used by fire services and disaster relief agencies to detoxify oil that has escaped into water.

  7. Better Biogas Feed As Borger’s Pump Solves Rectangular Tank Mixing Headache

    An innovative new Borger pump at Cliff Quay Wastewater Treatment Works is significantly improving the blend of liquified sludge and cake for Anglian Water’s anaerobic digestion (AD/biogas) process.

  8. POME Dome Success For Landia’s Biogas Digester Mixing System In Malaysia

    As a growing number of countries move away from lagoon-based systems for the treatment of palm oil mill effluent (POME), Landia has gained an important new order to supply nine of its acclaimed GasMix digester mixing systems for the generation of green energy in Malaysia.

  9. AMERICAN Announces Plans For Valve And Hydrant Research Center

    AMERICAN Flow Control, the valve and hydrant division of AMERICAN Cast Iron Pipe Company, headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, has announced the formation of AMERICAN Innovation, LLC, a company dedicated to research and development. The company intends to construct a facility, the AMERICAN Flow Control Center for Innovative Excellence, in Crawfordsville, Indiana, beginning this summer.

  10. Pleuger Industries Supplies Process Water Pumps To Chile’s Leading Copper Mine

    The Chilean Collahuasi Mine in the Pica district of the Tarapacá region produces more than 5,000 tons of fine copper per year, making it one of the largest copper mines in the world. Two opencast mines, Rosario and Ujina, provide the necessary copper ores, which are smelted on site into copper concentrate and cathodes. Destination: Far East and the Chilean copper industry.