River Water Pumps for Swiss-German Energy Supplier

17.05.2021
In the Egger pump factory in Cressier, 3 large vertical propeller pumps of type P 500 are currently being delivered.
River Water Pumps for Swiss-German Energy Supplier

River water pumps for Swiss-German energy supplier. (Image source: Emile Egger & Cie SA)

The axial flow pumps serve as flood water pumps in 2 pumping stations of a large power supplier in German-speaking Switzerland. They each deliver 1800 m3/h and are designed for a delivery head of 3 m.

The motor support and motor are located above the pump sump in a dry installation. The hydraulics are made of gray cast iron, the rotor unit of stainless steel. The 3-ton heavy pumps have an overall length of 4.2 m.

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