Sulzer expands portfolio to cover clean water applications
Posted: 29 September 2016 | | No comments yet
Traditionally focusing on the desalination and wastewater market, Sulzer has announced it will be expanding its product portfolio to cover clean water applications…
Traditionally focusing on the desalination and wastewater market, Sulzer has announced it will be expanding its product portfolio to cover clean water applications.
Sulzer’s current portfolio is installed in other water applications, such as vertical turbine pumps, submersible pumps, compressors, and agitators. The new portfolio includes a highly reliable and efficient standard axially split casing SMD pump and a new vertical multistage (VMS) pump range, as well as the high-efficiency end suction SNS pump.
The design and innovative construction of the clean water equipment, including state-of-the-art hydraulics and robust mechanical designs, bring advantages to the customers’ processes. Other features, such as the Premium Efficiency IE3 motors in the submersible pump range and the superior magnetic bearings of the near-silent high-speed turbocompressors, further enhance energy efficiency.
Webinar: Use of stable isotope analysis in commercial food authenticity testing
This educational webinar will give an overview of the principles of isotope analysis, including, how it works and what influences results supported by an explanation and interpretation of data from a variety of food and beverage matrices.
Together with the customer, Sulzer analyses an existing plant or a new plant design and finds the ideal solution for a complete upgrade or tailored new equipment. Sulzer’s pumps, mixers, and compressors combine reliable treatment performance with superior energy efficiency.
Sulzer provides extensive knowledge, comprehensive expertise, and innovative tools. From the treatment plant to the water tap, Sulzer’s clean water solutions live up to the highest standards for drinking water applications, including the most recognised international certification standards, such as ACS, WRAS, and NSF 61.