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Flygt 2151 Pump...back by popular demand!

Flygt 2151 Pump...back by popular demand!

Back by popular demand, the Flygt 2151 pump is available exclusively from Pump Supplies and stocked in each of our depots available for immediate despatch.

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Electrical Contractors Association (ECA) Accreditation

Electrical Contractors Association (ECA) Accreditation

The Electrical Contractors' Association (ECA) is the UK's largest trade association which supports and represents electrical contractors and installers across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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Howden STW

Howden STW

Pump Supplies recently supplied and installed 8 x 180kW Flygt sewage pumps along with pipework totalling 1,900 metres to allow one of the largest overpumping schemes in the UK.

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Torr Quarry

Torr Quarry

Quarries are prone to nuisance water which must be manged to maintain productivity. When Aggregate Industries decided to expand one of their quarries, a new dewatering system was required to manage the increased flow of water and to ensure daily operations were maintained.

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Craig-Yr-Hesg Quarry

Craig-Yr-Hesg Quarry

Pump Supplies has worked closely with customer Hanson to design and install a pumped system with monitoring and control support at its Craig-Yr-Hesg Quarry in Wales, speeding up the discharge process and improve the clarity of the site's discharged water.

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Llangollen Canal

Llangollen Canal

Llangollen Canal is a popular boating branch of the Shropshire Union Canal which is fed from the river Dee. In two places, Chirk and Whitehouse, the canal travels underground through a long tunnel before approaching the network's greatest feat of engineering, the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.

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Netheridge STW

Netheridge STW

Netheridge is Gloucester's main sewage treatment works is served by over 30 outstations and treats the effluent of the whole of Gloucester, a population equivalent of 50,000 - 200,000.

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Temporary Pipework Solutions

Temporary Pipework Solutions

During construction of the Rugby Western relief road a temporary pipework solution was required to divert a critical 600m diameter foul rising sewer running underneath Parkfield Road, allowing construction of an interconnecting tunnel built between two disused quarries.

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