At exsel pumps, we supply our customers with the most effective and reliable diesel and electric sewage pumps that consistently provide very competitive rag-handling capabilities and substantially low fuel consumption, without the loss of performance.
Take a moment to consider the implications of a sewage pump blockage due to rag and the consequent cost of downtime during the process of recovery. Not to mention the risk of a sewage spill being very likely and all the associated and escalating costs of fines being imposed. That’s why it’s important to invest in pumps from a reputable company that will provide you with the best solution to your application.
exsel pumps utilises Hidrostal’s and SPP Pump’s unique single screw impeller design. These manufactures have been innovating the industry for over 50 years and provide the very best in pumping equipment and this product has been chosen specifically due to its exceptional rag-handling capability and staggeringly low fuel and energy consumption. The impeller is very versatile with its free passages making it also very comfortable in handling sludges and slurries.
We promise that every pump that we provide will greatly reduce the fuel costs of your operation. When analysing the entire whole life cost of hire, fuel is over 80% of the cost of a typical diesel pump for hire. Just image the savings if a typical single 6” diesel sewage pump can reduce your fuel running costs by over £600 per week compared to our nearest competitor.
Also, consider two pumps running on a temporary project for one month. The potential fuel savings could be around £4,800 for a standard application and the savings grow further dependent on the duration and number of sewage pumps used. These significant savings truly make the weekly hire rate seem insignificant.
The diesel range includes core pumps from 4” (100mm) discharge to 12” (300mm) discharge. Larger sizes up to 32” (800mm) are available under the Major Projects capability. As standard, the core diesel versions of these pumps are enclosed in super silenced canopies, automatic vacuum assisted self-priming, latest emission compliant diesel engines and offer genuine rag handling with no loss of performance. All pumps also are fully bunded negating the need for old fashioned drip trays.
By utilising the Hidrostal range of immersible pumps with over-specified configuration, we can run our electrical sewage pumps vertically, horizontally, immersed submerged and dry whilst providing the maximum utilisation potential. These immersible pumps are particularly suited for dry applications as they are capable of continuous operation and any leakage of product is eliminated by its tandem seals.
When used in dry well or surface mounted configuration they can also be utilised with exsel’s proven automatic vacuum assisted stand-alone priming systems. The capabilities are further enhanced with unique PLC control capabilities developed by exsel over a number of years. Variable speed control, level control with mm accuracy, generator control to further reduce fuel costs and vacuum priming control to provide the most effective pumping solution.
Other benefits of using the Hidrostal immersible pumps are that they are easily opened for maintenance, are extremely quiet when running, are odour-free and they don’t expose rotating shafts. The electric range includes a wide range of pump models from 3” (75mm) to 32” (800mm). All pumps providing the various dry running and submerged capabilities with unrivalled rag handling and enhanced performance.