Breakfast seminar to introduce Flygt pumping systems
By Sustainability Matters Staff
Wednesday, 08 March, 2017
Water technology company Xylem will be hosting an Insight Seminar at Adelaide Oval on 15 March, with Xylem brand Flygt set to introduce and showcase its latest developments. The breakfast seminar will focus on the newly developed TOPS (The Optimal Pump Station) design pump station and also introduce Flygt Concertor, a wastewater pumping system with integrated intelligence.
The Flygt TOPS offers increased efficiency through its cutting-edge design with an overall greater service life. Through this advancement, Xylem will offer its customers an improvement in the flow of wastewater and reduce the accumulation of blockages.
“The advanced design of Flygt’s TOPS pump station eliminates stagnant zones in order to enhance solids movement towards the pump inlet,” said Terry Gralton, product and marketing manager – wastewater for the Oceania region. “This improves the longevity of the pump station and, we believe, will have lasting benefits for our customers.”
The Flygt Concertor, meanwhile, is a fully integrated system that offers synergy between software functions and hydraulics. The built-in intelligence makes it quicker and easier to set up and operate functions that would otherwise require a sophisticated monitoring and control system. The product also has a reduced carbon footprint.
“Flygt has always been a market leader committed to innovation, and the launch of Concertor further reinforces this,” said Gralton. “We expect this groundbreaking system to revolutionise the wastewater industry moving forward.”
Xylem expects the event to provide valuable learning opportunities and networking for all stakeholders with other industry associates. All stakeholders within the water industry are welcome to attend.
For more information and to register for the event, visit http://info.xyleminc.com/elevateadelaide.
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