|The Smarter Water Manager Whitepaper||PDF | 7.41 MB|
To efficiently distribute clean water, water utilities need full control of their water flow and pressure.
Xylem leads the way in pumping solutions for water transfers that reduce energy use, minimize water losses, and save water resources. Learn how we can help you. Clean water can safely be distributed after effective disinfection and micropollutant, taste and odor removal.
Xylem’s high-efficiency pumps for water transfers can help you with everything from water fountain management to drinking water drainage, storage and distribution. Let us help you find the right pump and water distribution strategy for your needs. For optimizing even further your water transfers and distribution, learn about Xylem solutions for volumetric metering and control.
To lower your operating costs for water transfers, you need to be able to reduce energy use and plan preventive maintenance. Xylem solves this with water pumps with the highest motor and hydraulic efficiencies, and intelligent control units that automatically adapt performance to demand. Get flow and level measurement data exactly when you need it.
Aging infrastructure creates a number of challenges for water utilities, but we have solutions that can help. When your old equipment fails, Xylem can help you mitigate the damage with our self-priming pumps for drainage. At the same time, we can offer a replacement system with water pumps that are designed for simple integration, easy commissioning and maintenance.
Reducing water losses in your distribution network starts with the proper control of your pressure booster. We can help you set the right controls and soft starts for your water transfer pump, so that you can prevent over-pressurizing your pipes while delivering water on time to your customers.
A wide range of high performing cast iron and stainless steel multistage pumps.
Proven to be the best and most reliable choice for both dry and submersible applications.
Flygt controllers are available for the entire range of pump stations.
Level sensors adapted to the different requirements of level measurement in wastewater.