Dirty water pumping systems are used in a variety of situations when gravity can’t carry the water, these include pumping waste in a private property into a main sewer, drainage at a commercial yard, waste plants, dirty water transportation on farms and yard run off. The type of pump you will have will be based on your need and dependent on the flow,Read more
Controlling dust on quarries and mining sites is becoming an increasingly important consideration for operators. As well as having various health and safety legislations to adhere to for the safety of their workers and nearby residents. Excessive airborne dust can damage machinery on site, leading to expensive repairs and in turn loss of revenue through having to cease work.Read more
Cricket season has begun, teams across the nation will be playing regularly from early March to late September and as any player, groundskeeper or spectator of the sport will know that the quality of the pitch is one of the most important parts of the game.
There are also a number of risks that can arise from poor irrigation on sports fields,Read more
With summer just around the corner, there isn’t a better time to consider the health of your pitch in time for next season or to use for training. Dry, hard and withered pitches, playing fields and courses can cause serious problems for the players, groundskeepers and managers of the club – and be a constant source of embarrassment.Read more
Businesses and homes we service don’t stop working throughout the holidays, and neither do we. We know how detrimental a sewage pump failure can be to you, whether it affects the use of your toilet at home or the functionality of your entire business.
Winter can be a difficult time to experience a sewage pump breakdown as many water service specialists close over winter,Read more
With football season almost over and summer just around the corner, now is the perfect time to rethink the upkeep of your playing field. Low quality dry or hard pitches are a constant source of embarrassment for clubs and also one of the most common causes of injury in rugby and football; an irrigation system can provide you with a professional standard of pitch at a fraction of the cost.
We expect a lot from our sports fields. We increasingly want them to stand up to longer playing seasons, a multitude of uses and all the punishment that the British weather can throw at them. Waterlogged one minute, dry and parched the next, then completely frozen solid – it’s a wonder that the poor turf doesn’t just decide to give up all together.Read more
Pump station Emergency call outs and Breakdown’s
In our experience, a large proportion of emergency call outs and breakdowns are attributed to a lack of regular scheduled maintenance.
The cause of breakdowns vary from submersible pump blockages, level control switch failures, Pipe work and valve problems, switchgear and electrical supply faults through to total pump failure.Read more
Why do I need to have an Ultra Violet Filtration Service?
More households than ever are looking for ways to utilise water supplies that are naturally and freely available, whether this be from private wells, boreholes, lakes and reservoirs. There is no better taste than pure rainwater, however, the method used to collect the water means it is prone to many harmful bacteria that
is not obvious to the eye or taste.Read more
Pumps currently account for 10% of the world’s electricity consumption. Most of the pumps in operation are, however, inefficient. In fact, two-thirds of all pumps use up to 60% too much energy – so the global
energy savings potential is enormous.
Why Do Water Supply Systems Use Excess Energy?
Water supply systems are among applications that often hold significant unrealised energy savings potential.Read more