WEFTEC Report: Xylem Introduces Godwin S Series Smart Pumps

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Xylem launched the Godwin NC100S and CD100S Dri-Prime dewatering pumps at WEFTEC 2019. They are the third and fourth pumps in the Godwin S Series of smart pumps.

Equipped with interchangeable, application-specific impellers and a new generation of cloud-based Field Smart Technology, these 4-inch surface-mounted centrifugal pumps deliver enhanced control and flexibility for dewatering applications.

While each is ideal for a specific application, the pumps enable operators to switch from a NC100S to a CD100S, and vice versa, due to the interchangeable impellers. This provides a two-in-one solution for each pump to increase the application range and remove the need to invest in multiple fleet models.

The CD100S pump is designed for utility and construction applications and emergency response dewatering. The impeller, generally used in construction dewatering applications, can be exchanged with a Flygt N-Technology self-cleaning, non-clog impeller to deliver sustained hydraulic efficiency.

This provides flexibility to tackle stringy, fibrous materials common in wastewater, all with the same pump. The NC100S and CD100S models have a redesigned pump-end, yielding 20% greater pump uptime and 40% reduced service time. Both models also come equipped with a Final Tier 4 engine, cutting diesel particulate emissions are cut by 90%.

Taken together, these pump series enable users to select a single versatile pump that can handle complex solids, from 1.875-inch objects to stringy waste, across a variety of applications. Field Smart Technology allows users to monitor and control the pumps remotely. It comes as standard on all NC100S and CD100S pumps in North America. There is also an improved graphical user interface, providing greater choice in remote monitoring and control.

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