The Flygt 3000 Series of small and mid-sized pumps covers an extensive performance range and are classified as low, medium, or high-head pumps.
Xylem is now offering the Flygt 3000 Series electric submersible pumps as a rental option, ideal for temporary bypass pumping projects at treatment plants and lift stations.
The Flygt 3000 Series of small and mid-sized pumps covers an extensive performance range and are classified as low, medium, or high-head pumps. The 3000 Series are non-clog pumps, ideal for handling solids-bearing liquids in a variety of applications. The vast horsepower range enables the customer to meet the requirements of virtually any application, according to the manufacturer.
For municipalities that need to engage in lift station repairs or plant upgrades, the 3000 Series submersible pumps are a cost-effective and environmentally friendly rental alternative that provides a quiet, efficient and easy-to-install bypass solution for many applications. These pumps are now the go-to rental solution when space is a premium at the job site, and reducing footprint is required to complete the bypass setup.
“We are thrilled to offer the Flygt 3000 Series as part of our industry-leading rental fleet, to broaden our portfolio and provide the right pump for the job,” said Mike Delzingaro, vice president, sales & branch operations of Xylem's Americas Dewatering business. “The Flygt 3000 Series pumps with N-technology are known for their quality and reliability, and are another valuable solution we provide, to ensure our customers get exactly what they need for their specific application.”
As part of the Xylem rental fleet, Flygt 3000 Series pumps are available from rental locations around the United States. Hoses, HDPE piping, generators, as well as high-tech monitoring and control systems also are available from any Xylem rental location. By partnering with Xylem, the customer can rent pumping equipment, while gaining access to skilled engineers, product experts and service technicians to ensure the right solution for the job. Xylem has the expertise that stems from over four decades of solving some of the most significant dewatering challenges, like draining Manhattan in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy or diverting water to test the Panama Canal expansion, according to the manufacturer.
Through its Flygt brand, Xylem has been providing submersible pump solutions for nearly 100 years.
For more information, visit www.xylem.com/dewatering/us/brands/flygt.