Project of the Year
Awarded for the most innovative pump project, installation or service introduced onto the market within the last 24 months.
SPP Pumps: Re-Engineering of a Large 53-Year-Old Splitcase Pump
A 53-year-old pump weighing 5.2 ton, in a poor state with severe leakage from various locations and with original parts no longer available was presented. SPP proposed to manufacture a complete pump by re-engineering the existing pump, assuring to match the pumps dimensions & hydraulic performance. Using laser scanners and 3D printing, a replacement pump identical to the original made, was engineered without any civils & complicated pipework modifications, resulting in a tremendous cost saving to the customer.
Baker Hughes: Leaching Pumps for Strategic Gas Storage
Bedford Pumps: Fish Friendly Axial Flow Concrete Casing Pumps for Islington Pumping Station
Campion Pumps: Donabate Foul Pumping Station
Crest Pumps: Safe, Reliable and Energy Efficient Sulphuric Acid Transfer
DPS: NRPH3 Project with BSG & NIW - Large Scale Modular Pumping Systems
SPP Pumps: Re-Engineering of a Large 53-Year Old Splitcase Pump
Sulzer: Lean Amine Pump Repair