On show from Tsurumi will be its new LSC2.75S residue dewatering pump, which is 36% more powerful than the previous version, the LSC1.4S. Now with 750 watts of motor output, the shallow suction pump, which is only 37 cm high, moves water at 228 l/min or up to a height of 15 m. From level ground (buildings, containers, etc.) the pump extracts water down to a residual height of one mm.
In addition, Tsurumi will be showcasing the HS3.75SL, a new multipurpose pump for heavy dewatering tasks. Its spiral watercourse is known from the company’s "ultra-hard" concrete pumps: even chunky lumps can be channelled through without immediately grinding down the internal components. With only 750 watts of motor output, it achieves 580 l/min or 11 m delivery head.
The new GPN837 from Tsurumi has been designed with attention to detail. It helps removing water that contains a lot of sand or mud. Its throughput has been doubled compared with its predecessor to 9,000 l/min. An agitator mixes the pumping medium to make it more flowable. Even very large elements with a grain diameter of 30 mm cannot do any damage and the maximum pumping height is 24 m