Tjaden Chooses BBA Wellpoint Dewatering Pumps

Tjaden, a dewatering company with more than 126 years of experience in groundwater management, has made a major investment in new pumps. The result is a great order for the delivery of twenty-five PT150 electric ​​wellpoint pumps.
Tjaden Chooses BBA Wellpoint Dewatering Pumps

The pumps were delivered in batches and directly shipped to various construction projects in the western part of the Netherlands. The photo was taken in the port of ​​Amsterdam. (Image source: BBA Pumps BV)

The superior technology and low noise level of the PT150 ​​were the key factors in opting for the BBA Pumps.

The Dutch dewatering company is part of Hölscher Wasserbau GmbH which has an enormous pump fleet at its disposal. However, the demand for dewatering projects is so strong that many electric pumps are constantly hired out, which has led to the decision to invest in further capacity.

Tjaden did not want to take any risks when selecting the 4 kW electric PT150 ​​piston pumps. “We have made extensive evaluations between the various suppliers of wellpoint dewatering pumps. The technology of the silent drive, the high pump efficiency and the perfect finish were the deciding factors which led us to choosing BBA Pumps,” says Arjan de Kreij the Tjaden equipment manager.

Source: BBA Pumps BV

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