Fairbanks announces giant sewage pump
Riyadh, July 20, 2010
Fairbanks Morse, the world leader in water, wastewater pump industry and water treatment, has announced the availability of giant pumps capable of pumping 3.7 million litres in one minute.
The company was able to develop the required efficiency and high quality of such products after years of scientific research and field trials, it said at a recent seminar discussing the latest technology in the water systems and sanitation sector in Riyadh.
The expert at the seminar titled "Modern technology in water pumps and sanitation" emphasised the importance of introducing the latest applications of advanced technologies in this vital area, especially in the sanitation field.
These leading executive would like to see the market take advantage of these technologies in the treatment and purification of sewage water in order to eliminate sewage water reservoirs, in accordance with the latest international standards.
The participants cited the Jeddah disaster as one of the most prominent examples that emphasized the urgent need for the use and application of modern technologies in water projects and sanitation in Saudi Arabia.
This also will lead to the implementation of many development projects quickly and effectively, in order to match the increasing demand for infrastructure services in the Kingdom.
The seminar was organised by Sanam Al Jazeerah Projects one of the Samnan Holding group of companies, in collaboration with US-based Fairbanks Morse.
Participants in the two seminars of Riyadh and Dammam reviewed a range of solutions and technologies for the treatment and purification of water, and methods of eliminating the water bodies resulting from sewage.
“The goal of these seminars was to create a platform for experts to exchange views and experiences on issues related to the sanitation sector, with a special focus on the impact of modern technology on underground infrastructure projects and drainage systems, drilling equipment, sewage pipes and cooling systems, and new construction, facilities and communications infrastructure,” said Abdul Aziz Daghestani, sales manager, Fairbanks Morse in Saudi Arabia.
He added: "We must utilise the new advanced technologies in Saudi projects. We and our Fairbanks Morse at Samnan Holding enjoy a wide market experience, and a successful track record of achievements in the provision of advanced technologies that help to treat and purify wastewater and the elimination of water bodies, technologies our customers can rely on.” – TradeArabia News Service
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