At Bauma 2019, a leading trade fair for the construction and mining industries, Xylem will showcase its most resilient and innovative pumping solutions yet. Xylem will also host a networking event to highlight women’s advancement in the construction and water industries.
Xylem’s new and improved products on display at Bauma, held April 8-14 in Munich, Germany, will enable customers across Europe to dig deeper and build bigger. Xylem’s powerful portfolio of tough dewatering and flood protection pumps will redefine toughness for the mining and construction industries.
New additions include the latest smart dewatering pump from Godwin’s Smart Series. The new Godwin Dri-Prime pump has been specifically designed to combat the toughest mining and construction applications, offering improved efficiency, increased flexibility and greater sustainability.
The pump can also be equipped with a new generation of Xylem Field Smart Technology (FST). This is Xylem’s first-in-industry, cloud-based telematics platform. It enables the Internet of Things and allows Xylem’s customers to monitor and control the pump from anywhere in the world.
Under its Godwin brand, Xylem will also highlight its Flood Protection (FP) Dri-Prime series, the first set of high flow, portable pumps certified to handle flooding, the world’s toughest dewatering challenge.
The Godwin FP Dri-Prime series is specifically designed to remove destructive floodwaters and prevent flood water from reaching critical building systems and interior spaces. The Godwin FP series is the only set of portable dewatering pumps to earn the seal of approval from FM Global, the largest private insurer of commercial and industrial properties worldwide.
Xylem will also showcase upgrades to its Flygt 2201 series. The unique, patented DuraSpin hydraulic of the Flygt 2201 has been proven to be three times more wear-resistant than traditional hydraulic designs, leading to improved serviceability and reduced maintenance costs. Xylem will also reveal its latest addition to the series, the Flygt Super High Head Cast Iron 2201, which has the capacity to pump up to 140 meters.
Xylem is also hosting a networking event for women to highlight women’s advancement in the construction and water industries.The event will be held at the Xylem booth (booth #449, Hall A6) on Monday, April 8th from 5:30pm-7:00pm.
The event is part of Xylem’s initiative #XylemsWomensNetwork, which was launched around the world last year. The initiative’s purpose is to anchor equal opportunities regardless of sex and to promote women’s advancement.
Eveline Haagen, Xylem Business Development Manager, will be speaking at the event. She has been with Xylem Austria for more than 25 years and is an expert within municipal water technology as well as the drainage of construction projects.
“I want young women to become excited about the future of water,” she says. “It’s a great industry. If you have a basic technical understanding and find the water cycle interesting, you are right for Xylem. It doesn’t matter if you’re a man or a woman.”
Bianca Monzer will also be speaking. She is currently completing a master’s in mechanical engineering and management at the Technical University of Munich. She is also part of Femtec, a network for women working within engineering and natural sciences.
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