Optimisation opportunity

Pump manufacturer KSB writes about its involvement in a recent project to upgrade a 50-year-old potable water pumping station in Canada. The station supplies around 420k people and provides up to 340m L/day

Final keynote speaker announced for Europump annual meeting in May

Europump (the European Pump Association), which represents 15 National Associations across the continent of Europe, has now finalised the programme of talks and presentations...

Cryogenic pump to offer sustainable alternative to diesel engines used for refrigeration in commercial...

A key milestone has been reached in a seemingly ground-breaking environmental transport programme led by Dearman Engine Company working with venture engineering specialist Productiv,...

Wastewater redesign

Xylem has been selected by the City of Toronto to supply customized equipment for a new integrated pumping station (IPS) – a critical component for the transport of wastewater.

New HDPE flap valve cuts energy consumption for Welsh pumping station

Natural Resources Wales (NRW) has upgraded one of its drainage pumping stations with the introduction of a new Archimedes screw pump equipped with a...

Floating solar farm is a solution to Hong Kong land challenges

The Government of the Hong Kong SAR is introducing an innovative floating solar farm to overcome limited land resources as it pursues its plan...

Sponsored Content: Custom wedge gate valves

Valves expert T-T Flow writes: When there was a requirement for custom wedge gate valves to facilitate the transition to new metric pipework at a major water treatment works, T-T Flow stepped in to provide the perfect solution that would also maintain the ability to isolate flow.

UK pump specialist joins bigger group

This article contains paid for content produced in collaboration with MegaGroup. MegaGroup Trade Holding BV, the holding company of wholesalers of water technic solutions in...

Energy saving in borehole pumping

The KSB Group has launched a new submersible borehole pump series. Named UPA S 250, this pump series is designed for use in general water supply, agriculture, mine dewatering and ground water management as well as for general pressure boosting tasks, for example.

AUMA Goes Green with Commitment to Net Zero

Sponsored content: Investment in a range of renewable energy technologies by an electrical actuator supplier based near Bristol is reaping returns through reduced energy costs...

Valve actuation at the centre of advanced oil tanker VOC emission control system

Minimising the emissions of VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) from oil tankers during the fluctuating ambient conditions experienced during sea voyages is vitally important from...

Confusion over regulations hampering water equipment innovation

A common misunderstanding over water fittings regulations in the UK is creating confusion over clean water equipment compliance and specification, and could be a...

South Crofty Tin Mine is Project of the Year winner at the Pump Industry...

Pumps manufacturer KSB submitted the South Crofty tin mine project into the Pump Industry Awards UK, with Cornish Metals. In March it was announced...

Remote water monitoring system trials in Africa

A new remote monitoring system to ensure rural communities have access to water is being trialled in Sierra Leone. The technology – a collaboration between...

Sponsored Content: Not your average chopper

P&M Pumps writes: Come and get your hands on the real mean machine – visit P&M Pumps Ltd on stand D107 at the World Biogas Expo, the leading global trade show dedicated solely to AD and Biogas on 29-30 March at NEC Birmingham.

How does a membrane pump work?

The efficiency and versatility of membrane pumps have made them indispensable in numerous industries. But how do they work? Pumps manufacturer KNF explains. High-performance membrane...

Actuators support Portugal’s plan for advanced wastewater treatment

The Viseu Sul WWTP in Portugal’s Viseu County is the first in the country to adopt advanced membrane filtration (MBR) wastewater treatment technology. The...
Dale Croker

Systems steward: New leader at the British Pump Manufacturers Association

Continuing in his role as managing director of pumps manufacturer KSB UK, Dale Croker takes over the BPMA post following a two-year tenure as vice president.

New CEO to oversee expansion of leading water treatment and handling businesses

The firm behind water handling and treatment solutions Selwood and Siltbuster has appointed a new CEO. Dan Lee is now Workdry International CEO, with a...

Variable speed pumping solution resolves fibrous hop sludge issues at Scottish craft beer firm

In the brewing industry, high operating temperatures and fibrous hop sludge can play havoc with pump equipment if it’s not specified correctly. When Scottish...