The California Water Environment Association Cutting Edge Technology Committee will hold a panel discussion at the Palm Springs Convention Center in Palm Springs, Calif., on April 18, 2013. It will focus on the problematic "flushables" issue in modern trash/wastewater. Immediately following the panel discussion in the same session will be a 25-minute presentation about a related technical aspect: cutting-edge technologies.
Xylem Inc., unveiled new additions to its Godwin dewatering portfolio. Xylem, which spun off from ITT Corp., last year, launched the Godwin Heidra NC Series at WEFTEC 2012 in New Orleans.
The 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 patented Flygt N-technology and an innovative self-cleaning impeller.
Xylem Inc. has unveiled a new Flygt propeller pump line that reduces investment and maintenance costs while maximizing pump stations’ performance and efficiency. The range was launched globally at WEFTEC 2012 in New Orleans.
Xylem Inc. has launched a new midsize Flygt mixer designed for biological wastewater treatment applications that uses up to 50% less energy than compact mixers. Tests show that customers can save $5,000 per year on average for each mixer installed by switching to the new Flygt 4530 (based on the test performance of the Flygt 4530 versus a compact mixer in continuous operation according to ISO 21630:2007). The Flygt 4530 features a robust, high-efficiency propeller that is 1.2 meters in diameter.
Xylem Inc., a global water technology company, announced that it has opened a new office in Hanoi, Vietnam, to promote and market its technologies and solutions and support the growth of its Water Solutions business in the southeast Asian state. Xylem’s new presence in the country is part of the company’s long-term strategy to grow business within high-potential emerging markets like Vietnam.
Xylem, a global water technology company focused on addressing world water issues, has named Mike Delzingaro as vice president and director of sales for dewatering solutions.
Delzingaro has 14 years of experience with Godwin Pumps and Xylem. Most recently he was regional manager for the northeast region. He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in mechanical engineering from Villanova University.
Xylem Inc., a global water technology company focused on addressing the world’s most challenging water issues, has launched a unique marketing campaign to promote its new range of Flygt Ready, on-the-spot dewatering pumps.
Xylem welcomes the addition of three new sludge pumps to its flagship Flygt 2600 drainage range. The company, which was spun off from ITT Corp. on Oct. 31, 2011, specifically designed these versatile pumps to meet customer demands for multi-purpose drainage pumps that can serve the evolving needs of the mining, tunneling, municipal, industrial and construction markets.
Xylem Inc., which this week spun off from ITT Corp., announced a new range of Godwin portable pumps featuring non-clog Flygt N-technology. The new range, called the Godwin NC Series, is engineered to deliver clog-free pumping for maximum uptime and effectiveness.
Godwin Pumps is pleased to announce new branch locations in Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Evansville, Ind. Godwin’s increased presence in the Midwest aligns with its strategy to enhance its focus on customer service.
“The opening of these three new branches in the heart of the Midwest exemplifies our commitment to our customers . . . to make available timely supply of rental pumps and related equipment and to enhance pre- and post-sale support,” Godwin President Michel Bakhos said.
Award granted for Flygt N-Series pumps for water and wastewater operationsITT Corp.'s Water and Wastewater group has won the 2011 Innovative Technology Award from the Water Environment Federation (WEF). Awarded in the collection systems category, Flygt's patented N-pump is further improved when equipped with the newly designed Adaptive Impeller functionality.
Companies come to the New York-based plant’s aid after a fire last weekGodwin Pumps, the manufacturer of the Dri-Prime automatic self-priming and dry-running pump, has been mobilizing pipe and crew to aid in the efforts at the North River Wastewater Treatment Plant in New York City following a fire there last week.
Company officials are expanding services to California Godwin Pumps—manufacturer of the Dri-Prime automatic self-priming, dry-running pump—is pleased to announce the opening of its newest branch in Poway, Calif., serving the San Diego area.
Sharing a space with Flygt, the sister companies are positioned to meet customers' temporary and permanent pumping needs in San Diego’s very diverse market, which includes marine, municipal and construction applications, as well as military applications.
Plant touts work of Flygt emergency response groupThe results can prove very costly whenever water makes contact with the electrical controls in a wastewater treatment plant. It can be even worse in the dead of night--in the snowy grip of winter--when plant operators must rely on needed expertise and equipment located many miles away. Those factors really tested a plant’s major service supplier.
Company places first in Newsweek green ratings The introduction of the ecocirc pumps and new line of balance valves are part of ITT Bell Gossett’s ongoing commitment to providing green, energy-savings solutions, the company said.
Recognized as the No. 1 General Industrials Company in Newsweek’s 2009 Green Ranking, the magazine said, “ITT produces many products that are highly beneficial to the environment.”
Corporation donated $20,000 to help the community recover and rebuildITT Corp., a global leader in the movement and treatment of water and other precious fluids, is supporting flood relief efforts in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, with a $20,000 donation to The Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation (GCRCF). The donation is targeted to the Flood 2008 Fund to assist the community in recovery and rebuilding following the devastating June flood.