33 pumps supplied to Zandvliet

Netzsch Southern Africa supplied a range of pumps (via its Western Cape distributor, Dune Engineering) to Zandvliet Wastewater Treatment Works (WWTW) for polymer dosing, primary and secondary sludges, and dewatered sludge – with flow rates varying between 0.5 m3 and 130 m3 .

Along working history with PCI AFRICA (nationally) and the City of Cape Town, as well as a proven track record of providing quality engineered products that meet all tender specifications and client requirements, were among the reasons why Netzsch Pumps supplied Zandvliet WWTW with 33 pumps.

“The dewatered sludge flow map was tough, and the pumps had to meet the specified flow requirements of the changing viscosities of both the primary and secondary sludge.

Furthermore, the pumps had to be designed for the plant’s current capacity (after the expansion) of 90 Mℓ/day, as well as 140 Mℓ/day should it be further upgraded,” explains Eden McGee, managing director at Netzsch Southern Africa.

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