Extension of Pump Series Launches in Europe to Help Businesses Save Up to 4,000 Liters of Fuel per Year
SCHAFFHAUSEN, Switzerland, (Month DD, 2022) — Businesses and water utilities can save up to 4,000 liters of fuel and 9.8 tons of CO2e per year with a breakthrough dewatering pump launched by global water technology leader Xylem (NYSE: XYL).
The new Godwin Standard Dewatering (SD) series is a cost-effective addition to Xylem’s comprehensive portfolio of 150 mm (6-inch) Dri-Prime dewatering pumps. The first of the series, the Godwin Dri-Prime SD150M, is a versatile, general-purpose dewatering pump designed for the water industry’s most challenging construction, municipal, industrial, and emergency response applications.
Through high-efficiency technologies, Xylem is helping its customers reduce their carbon footprint affordably and comply with emerging “net-zero” regulations. The SD150M helps businesses save up to 4,000 liters of fuel and 9.8 tons of CO2e per year, when compared to previous models. This is equivalent to driving an average gasoline-powered car for 40,000 kilometers – or once around the globe.
“The launch of our Godwin SD150M dewatering pump reflects our commitment to meet our customers’ most important dewatering challenges while helping to make their operations more sustainable,” said Simon Mathias, Global Product Manager at Xylem. “The new pump will benefit customers through easier operation, lower cost of ownership, and improved fuel economy versus older Dri-Prime models.”
The Godwin solution handles wastewater, slurries, and liquids with solids up to 75 mm (3 inches) in diameter. Simplified design and low maintenance contribute to easy operation and low cost of ownership.
Regional configurations of the SD150M include diesel with sound attenuated enclosure; or electric as open skid base. All Godwin portable pumps sold to the European market are available with standard engines and motors compliant with regional emissions and efficiency legislation.
Xylem (XYL) is a leading global water technology company committed to solving critical water and infrastructure challenges with innovation. Our 17,000 diverse employees delivered revenue of $5.2 billion in 2021. We are creating a more sustainable world by enabling our customers to optimize water and resource management, and helping communities in more than 150 countries become water-secure. Join us at www.xylem.com.