New additions to Xylem's portfolio include the new Godwin Dri-Prime, the latest smart dewatering pump from Godwin's Smart Series which will be launched on the Xylem booth during the event. It has been specifically designed to combat the toughest mining and construction applications, offering improved efficiency, increased flexibility and greater sustainability.
This new dewatering pump can be equipped with a new generation of Xylem Field Smart Technology (FST), Xylem's first-in-industry Cloud-based telematics platform that enables the Internet of Things and allows Xylem's customers to monitor and control the pump from anywhere in the world.
Xylem's new FST platform will also be on display for the first time, with live demonstrations taking place throughout the show.
Jim Mowbray international general manager at Xylem Europe's Dewatering business said: "We are very much looking forward to launching the latest addition to our Godwin Smart S series. The S series has set a new industry standard with its ability to easily handle the toughest mining and construction applications, and our latest innovation will certainly redefine toughness for our customers across Europe. Our newest dewatering pump offers increased hydraulic efficiency, greater fuel economy, and streamlined serviceability, and we are delighted to bring such customer benefits to market."
During Bauma 2019, Xylem will also showcase upgrades to its Flygt 2201 series - one of its most robust range of dewatering pumps engineered to deliver high-performance day after day, year after year. The enhanced Flygt 2201 series has been specifically designed for challenging dewatering applications. The unique, patented DuraSpin hydraulic of the Flygt 2201 has been proven to be three times more wear-resistant than traditional hydraulic designs, leading to improved serviceability and reduced maintenance costs. Xylem will also reveal its latest addition to the series, the Flygt Super High Head Cast Iron 2201, which has the capacity to pump up to 140m.