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Pumpserv has recently provided pumps for a number of projects completed by Frank Cooney & Sons in Condobolin, New South Wales.

Rob Hourigan of Frank Cooney & Sons (FCS) contacted Pumpserv, on the recommendation of the team at Franklin Pumps. FCS had had difficulty in sourcing large enough vertical multi-stagers for the Condobolin Sewage Treatment Plant high-lift pumps, which transfer treated water to their holding tanks.

The team at Pumpserv moved quickly to supply three Lowara 125 SV pumps for the Condobolin Sewerage Treatment Plant. The vertical multi-stage pumps were built up as a triplex system, with 150mm in and out of the pumps to a common 250mm manifold. The Pumpserv team also completed all the site pipework involved for the job.

In addition to this, Pumpserv also supplied FCR with two Flygt NZ 3153.181LT4B pumps for the same treatment plant. PumpServ installed these as a dry mount set up horizontally mounted on a 304 stand which was manufactured in house.

For another project, Franklin supplied pumps direct to FCR and Pumpserv built the system. This involved two Franklin dual systems with standby all mounted into the one base. There was one standby pump for both dual sets.

Lincoln Beesley of Pumpserv said, “All of the pumps supplied were plug and play so that whichever system needed a standby, the farmer could just unplug one of the duals and plug in the standby without the need for any wiring.”

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Finally, Pumpserv also recently supplied FCR with two Franklin Electric ISO pumps for the Lake Cargelligo Swimming Pool.

“We supplied two Franklin 150 x 125-250 CI/B2/SS motor pumps, with 11kW, 4 pde motors,” said Mr Beesley. “All wetted parts were ceramic coated to handle the chlorine from the pools.”

 

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