The launch of Xylem’s new sustainable Godwin Dri-Prime S Series pumps in Autumn 2020 is part of its effort to lead the water sector in the European Commission’s transition to Stage V diesel engines.
The new four-in models add to Xylem’s comprehensive portfolio of Stage V-compliant Godwin S Series dewatering pumps. The company has also released a Stage V Diesel Engine Guide, which offers guidance for those making the transition.
The Godwin Dri-Prime S Series of smart dewatering pumps are next generation surface mounted dewatering pumps for most solids’ dewatering applications. The pumps offer versatility through application-specific, interchangeable impeller options (CD or NC), an improved pump hydraulic performance and its efficiency expands the application range.
They have 15% improved total dynamic head (TDH) at 140 m3/hour enabling higher elevations. The streamlined serviceability means that the Godwin Dri-Prime S Series requires 40% less service time. Pumps in the series also deliver more than 90% reduction in diesel particulate emissions than engines compliant with earlier emissions regulation stages.
The latest generation of Xylem Field Smart Technology (FST) is standard on all S Series models.