Hydraulic Submersible Pumps Handle Sewage And Clean Water
Xylem Inc. has launched new additions to its Godwin dewatering portfolio. Xylem, which spun off from ITT Corporation last year, launched the Godwin Heidra NC Series at WEFTEC 2012 in New Orleans. The Godwin Heidra NC Series is the latest addition to Xylem's Godwin portfolio. Last year the company introduced NC pumps to the Godwin Dri-Prime centrifugal pump line, with Flygt N-technology and an innovative self-cleaning impeller.
Godwin Heidra 150NC pumps are self-contained hydraulic submersible pumps. With Flygt N-technology, they offer the ability to pass stringy and fibrous solids through their impeller without clogging. NC Series pumps were engineered to deliver sustained efficiency resulting in lower energy and fuel costs while reducing unplanned downtime.
This makes the pump suitable for both sewage and clean water applications. The Heidra NC Series utilizes the same hydraulic power packs as other Godwin Heidra series pumps, for interchangeability between series. The pump features a double mechanical seal, Flygt N-technology for non-clog performance, Hard-Iron (60 HRC) impeller and insert ring, and a hydraulic motor circuit designed to allow automatic start and stopping without damage to submersible pump. One of the pumps in this series is the Godwin Heidra 150NC hydraulic submersible pump with flow capabilities to 1700 gpm and discharge heads to 185 feet of total dynamic head.