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Pumping station 2017

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THE PUMPING STATION - PUMP AND VALVE SUPPLEMENT 2017 3 THE PUMPING STATION PUMP AND VALVE SUPPLEMENT 4 Interview: Steve Schofield, Chief Executive, BPMA 6 Case study: Peristaltic pumps and Welsh Water 8 Case study: Anglian Water's overpumping operation 11 In Depth: AODD Pumps 15 In Depth: Valves and flow control 19 The Pump File 2017 NOW. PUMP TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE. WILO-ZETOS K8: ENERGY EFFICIENT WATER SUPPLY A flexible submersible pump, the Wilo-Zetos K8 sets standards with a pump efficiency of up to 84.5% and an overall efficiency of 75%. It can be precisely configured to your needs and is also suitable for the demanding processes in the raw water intake. Ideal for municipalities but also for agriculture. For more information visit www.wilo.co.uk or call 01283 523000 WIL104b ZETOS K8 FUTURE 130x180clr_W+WT.indd 1 14/03/2017 10:30 Editor James Brockett, 01342 332024, jamesbrockett@fav-house.com Client Manager (North/Midlands) Judith Eastham, 0161 903 1512, Juditheastham@fav-house.com Client Manager (South/Global) Michael Butcher, 01342 332073, Michaelbutcher@fav-house.com Classifi ed sales Danielle Mason, 01342 332047, Daniellemason@fav-house.com Production controller Sharon Miller, 01342 332054, sharonmiller@fav-house.com Publisher Angela Himus, 01342 332060, angelahimus@fav-house.com Published by Faversham House Ltd Faversham House, Windsor Court, Wood Street, East Grinstead, West Sussex, RH19 1UZ Telephone: 01342 332000 Fax: 01342 332001 Subscriptions: 01342 332013 or email: subscriptions@fav-house.com Editor's foreword Welcome to The Pumping Station, a special supplement on pumps and valves brought to you by the team behind WWT, WET News and Utility Week. It's certainly been an eventful year in both the water industry and the wider economy, and as we hear in my interview with the BPMA's Steve Scho eld (overleaf) Britain's exit from the European Union is likely to have a far-reaching impact on the manufacturers, distributors and users of pumps and valves. Not only will the sector have to decide how its cross-border supply chains will be a„ ected, but Brexit throws into doubt the future of key European regulations around energy use and the disposal and recycling of equipment. Meanwhile, smart water and the 'internet of things' remain hot areas of technological development, with control and monitoring equipment opening the door to savings of both energy and Totex costs. I hope you enjoy the collection of comment, case studies and features we have assembled in this year's supplement, but if you want more where this came from, don't forget to book your visit to the Pumping Station, our interactive exhibit focusing on pumps at Utility Week Live in Birmingham on May 23-24. Info: www.utilityweeklive.co.uk

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