Pumps feature Flygt N-technology
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.
“In sewage bypass and other wastewater pumping, fiber and stringy solids are particularly difficult,” Xylem's Michel Bakhos said. “Pumps can clog up, requiring maintenance and resulting in unplanned downtime. Now that Godwin is part of Xylem, we can share technologies between proven product brands to deliver highly efficient pumps to our customers.”
Flygt N-hydraulics allow pass through of stringy solids without clogging, a technology that has been used successfully in Flygt dry installed and submersible pumps since 1997. The product has been proven in more than 300,000 water and wastewater installations around the world.
“The new Godwin 3-, 4- and 6-in. NC Series pumps are offered for rent or purchase," Bakhos said. "They are ideal in temporary applications where there is a need to pump sewage with stringy content. Flygt N-technology is also offered in the Godwin Dri-Prime Backup System for sewage pump stations where they provide peace of mind in case of a power failure.”
The Godwin NC Series models NC80, NC100 and NC150 are capable of flows up to 1,750 gal per minute and heads up to 60 m. Products are offered with diesel engine or electric motor options, on highway trailer or skid base. Also available are quiet enclosures for use in residential areas.