Xylem to Showcase Groundwater Technology at NGWA 2013

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Xylem Goulds National Ground Water Association 2013 conference

Goulds Water Technology brand will present products for residential water supply applications

Xylem Inc.’s Goulds Water Technology brand products will be featured at the 2013 National Ground Water Assn. (NGWA) show, December 3 to 6 in Nashville, Tenn. Xylem will exhibit its broad product portfolio, including five new products, at booth 803.

The annual NGWA tradeshow attracts more than 4,000 professionals from all sectors of the industry, including water well drillers, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, scientists and engineers. The expo offers more than 70 hours of educational programming spanning topics from drilling methods to water well maintenance to groundwater supply.

“At NGWA, we’re highlighting some of our newest technologies built with improved energy efficiency ratings and lowered total cost of ownership,” said Kyle Schoenheit, global product manager for Xylem’s Applied Water Systems business unit. “Xylem engineered its latest products to help businesses and municipalities stay ahead of the curve in groundwater and wastewater applications.”

On display at the show will be the recently introduced e-HM series stainless steel, horizontal multistage pump from Goulds Water Technology, a Xylem brand. The water pump is engineered for commercial and industrial applications, including water treatment.

The company will also showcase the Goulds Water Technology 50L 6-in. stainless steel submersible pump for groundwater supply applications. The submersible well pump is used to move water from below ground to direct use applications, including municipal water supply, crop irrigation and other water need uses.

Other recent products on display at NGWA 2013 will include the CentriPro Aquavar intelligent pump controller, Goulds Water Technology HS 4-inch submersible pump and CentriPro AquaStart soft-starter.

Xylem experts will also present on a variety of educational sessions at NGWA 2013, including topics on troubleshooting, and properly sizing and selecting a water system.

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