WEFTEC Report: Xylem Offers Godwin NC150S Dri-Prime Pump for Dewatering

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Xylem unveiled a new series of smart dewatering pumps under its Godwin brand at the WEFTEC conference. The Godwin S Series offers advanced monitoring and control for efficiency and reliability.

The Godwin NC150S Dri-Prime pump is the first in the series. It was designed based on customer feedback and on usage data from hundreds of field tests.

The pump includes Godwin Field Smart Technology (FST), a telemetry and wireless technology that provides smart remote monitoring and control of the pump from any smartphone, tablet or desktop computer. Cellular and satellite connectivity and GPS enable tracking, monitoring and control of the pump in real-time wherever it is located.

The S series includes Flygt N-Technology with a nonclog self-cleaning impeller. The diesel engines and electric motors available on S Series pumps are designed to deliver 20 percent more uptime on average increased on average by 20 percent.

The NC150S also has longer maintenance service intervals that help reduce service time by 40 percent. There is no need to separate the pump from the engine for compressor belt service, which takes only 30 minutes. A sight glass makes it easy to tell when oil needs replacing, and a 25 percent increase in pump shaft diameter enables longer pump life.

Starting with the S Series, Xylem has committed to offer more Final Tier 4 (FT4) engines on its products. The NC150S meets all U.S. EPA FT4 requirements, reducing emissions by 90 percent and fuel consumption by 10 percent on average. www.xylem.com/smart



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