Global water technology specialist Xylem demonstrated a host of solutions designed to combat the toughest applications at this year’s Pump Centre Conference in Telford.
In line with 2018’s technical theme – ‘Resilience of Pumps and Pumping Systems’ – the stand included smart products such as the new Godwin NC150S dri-prime pump featuring N-technology, and the popular Flygt Concertor - the world’s first waste water pumping system with integrated intelligence.
Xylem also welcomed guest speaker Lars Uby, a senior applications specialist from the European arm of the business. Mr Uby shared his expertise on mixing/aeration systems for waste water and bio-gas applications, and also led a popular breakout seminar on adaptive mixing. The session explored Xylem’s new Flygt 4220 adaptive mixer, and discussed how the new technology could enable substantial energy savings and reduced service costs.
Mr Uby said: “I was delighted to be invited to attend this industry-renowned exhibition and to have the chance to speak face-to-face with our customers in the UK. It was fascinating to learn more about the challenges they face, discuss our solutions and demonstrate some of the latest products in our portfolio.”
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