Godwin Pumps improves operating efficiencies of HS80HH and HS150HH Heidra pumps
Godwin Pumps announced its two new hydraulic submersible Heidra pumps — the HS80HH and the HS150HH — at the show. The pumps are compact, self-contained units featuring 3-inch and 6-inch hydraulic pumpends, respectively, and diesel-driven power packs. Both pumps feature dry running capabilities and a cast-chromium steel impeller. The company says the HS80HH can meet a variety of flow and head requirements up to 450 gallons per minute and 325 feet of total dynamic head with a simple throttle adjustment, as well as solids handling capability to 1 inch. The HS150HH can meet a variety of flow and head requirements up to 1,250 gallons per minute and total dynamic head requirements up to 460 feet, as well as solids handling up to 1 3/8 inches in diameter.
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