Dewatering Pump

Dewatering Pumps are divergent siphons introduced in a structure that is arranged beneath the groundwater level, to diminish the water level and afterward keep up with it at this level. One model is in underground mining in which water entering into the adits is siphoned up to the surface.

Uses of Dewatering Pumps in various industry
  • Construction Dewatering
  • Flood Control
  • Water Transfer
  • Sewer & Lift Station Bypass Pumping
  • Water Infrastructure Security
  • Emergency Pumping
  • Pump Station Design & Installation
Advantages of Dewatering Pumps
  • Effective water removal
  • Addressing major leaks
  • Highly reliable device
Disadvantages of Dewatering Pumps
  • Visual distraction
  • Electricity requirement
  • Radon hazard

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