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ITT Flygt: A New Millennium, a New Generation of N-pumps

06.10.2000 -

1999 saw the global launch of ITT Flygt’s N-pump. 2000 sees the launch of the New Generation N-pumps. They have been specially designed for more efficient, reliable and trouble-free pumping over long duty periods, than any other wastewater-handling submersible. The new pumps build on the successes achieved by the company with its patented N technology

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  • New powerfull HOMA submersible drainage pumps

    25.08.2000 -

    Homa Pumpenfabrik GmbH, Neunkirchen-Seelscheid, has expanded the Chromatic submersible pump series by two more powerful models. They are designed for application in stationary pump sumps as well as for using as mobile emergency pump in case of overflow. This series includes the optimal pumps for pumping from cellars, sumps and pits.

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    New high head pump series HiLift from ABS

    10.08.2000 -

    ABS is introducing a new series of HiLift pumps for high head pumping. The new range offers reliable wastewater pumping from buildings, sites and industry, and is ideal for stormwater pumping.

    For blockage-free operation, the new HiLift pumps are equipped with the ABS patented ContraBlock system.

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    Goulds Pumps Introduces Close-Coupled, Chemical Process Pump. New pump minimizes life cycle costs in process applications.

    26.07.2000 -

    Seneca Falls, NY – Goulds Pumps, one of the fluid businesses of ITT Industries, has introduced the new Vogel ICB close-coupled chemical process pump. The ICB Series is an extension to the IC series ISO 5199 frame mounted chemical pump series. These new pumps provide a compact and economical pumping solution ideal for OEM applications and confined spaces in industrial processes. The ICB range includes 25 pump sizes, which are capable of flows up to 450 m3/h (1980 GPM) and heads up to 150m (492 feet). ICB pumps are suitable for service temperatures ranging from –40°C to 140°C (-40°F to 284°F) and operating pressures up to 16 bar (230 psi).

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