Tsurumi will be lifting the veil on its new safety pumps at Bauma 2022

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Tsurumi, market leader in dewatering pumps, will be lifting the veil on its new safety pumps at Bauma 2022 and show visitors how to service a pump properly.

This has never happened before: for the first time, the exhibitor is coming to Bauma with a workbench where visitors can demonstrate their skills. The task is to service a pump, especially in the sensitive areas of hydraulics and electrics. Those who have not yet mastered this can learn it on site at stand A6.338. A valuable lesson, because pump failures can not only be expensive but also end in accidents.

Safety is also the focus of the new product presentation, which the Japanese have saved as a further treat for the fair: For the first time, they are showing the KRDX, a model in their new series of safety pumps that are approved according to IECEx and ATEX. The three-phase submersible heavy-duty pumps are designed for slurry drainage/pumping and have motor outputs from 3.7 to 7.5 kW. They are equipped with an agitator and an outlet of up to 100 mm to pass solids up to 33 mm in size. Tsurumi states a pumping capacity of 2,200 l/min.

Safety, part three: Tsurumi presents its Connect system for seamless monitoring of pumps and other machines, including those from other manufacturers. Via a small box on the unit, the operator can determine the location, read out performance data and set alarm and error scenarios. The aim is to raise safety and efficiency to a new level. The first systems are already in use on the market.

And what else? The manufacturer provides information on many other pump models, including novelties such as the residue dewatering pump LSC2.75S. Some of them are even demonstrated in wet live operation, for which Tsurumi specially sets up a complete basin with piping. Workhorses such as the KTZ and KRS pump series are also represented on the stand, as they form - not without reason - the backbone of dewatering in many construction projects around the globe. Read more in advance at Tsurumi.eu on the Internet.