The Pump as Turbine process uses excess pressure in any part of the treatment or distribution process to generate hydro-electricity - enabling companies to produce their own power on a micro level for sustainability and cost savings. SPP has recently won a contract to supply Pump as Turbine (PaT) to the Sha Tin Water Treatment works in Hong-Kong, allowing it to produce its own power on site with a zero footprint. The exhibit at Telford will enable SPP customers to understand more about this approach and the benefits it brings to pumping.

SPP Pumps is a British manufacturer and global supplier of centrifugal pumps and systems, with over 80 years of experience. The company has vast experience in the water industry, working with water management and utility companies to help them streamline their own water management process.

SPP’s stand will feature its Lower Life Cycle split case water pump, vertical turbine pump and a 50/50 engineering services pump, demonstrating the company’s capabilities in after service and maintenance.
For further information and advice visit stand S14 at Telford Pump Conference.