With increasing amounts of attention now being focused on AMP 6 and the TOTEX approach, Neil Clayton, UK Sales Manager for NOV, argues that equipment manufacturers should be doing everything they can to help their water industry customers.
NOV provided a pair of their Mono™ progressing cavity pumps, which are helping to manage some 12,000 tonnes of material each year, including 7,500 tonnes of food waste.
A Compact C progressing cavity pump has been specified as a replacement for a previous Mono pump that had operated without any problems for over 30 years.
Mono™ macerating and pumping equipment has been replaced with new equipment from the same company at a waste water treatment plant in North Yorkshire.
With effect from 1 July 2015, Mono Pumps Limited will change its name to NOV Process & Flow Technologies UK Limited.
NOV will be exhibiting with their approved service partner Würdig Pumpentechnik at Wasser Berlin International 2015.
One of the UK’s most advanced cement production facilities has improved its maintenance operations and safety levels by installing new equipment from NOV Mono.