Long-distance water supply GP-12000
Two oil-hydraulically operated floating pumps are set down in the water and transport approx. 11,000 litres of water per minute (per floating pump approx. 5,500 litres of water per minute) at 2.5 bar over a distance of up to 60 metres to a booster pump on the mainland. The booster pump transports these 11,000 litres of water per minute at 12 bar over a distance of 6 km in a Ø300 mm hose to its destination.
Configuration options GP-12000:
After the water transport with the first booster pump over 6km, as described in the basic set-up, a second booster pump can be used to transport the water even further. This means that 11,000 litres of water per minute can be supplied over a distance of 12 km.
It is also possible to connect two independent units of the pump container in parallel. This means that 4 oil-hydraulic floating pumps and 2 booster pumps are used, which means that 22,000 litres of water per minute can be transported over 6 km in two Ø300 mm hoses to the destination.
A visual representation of the set-up and the different configurations, as well as technical details can be found in the info folder.
|Diesel engine||John Deere 300 PS (221 kW) - driving the hydraulic submersible pumps|
|Diesel engine||Deutz V8 650 PS (478 kW) - driving the booster pump|
|LUF submersible pump||5.000 ltr./min.
at 2,5 bar
|Booster pump||11.000 ltr./min.
at 12 bar
|Couplings||12 inch for Ø300 mm hose line|
|Distance (one unit with one booster pump)||11.000 litre/min for 6 km|
Accessories: HOSE BRIDGE
Maximum hose diameter 12 inches (310 mm)
For axle loads up to 10 tons