NOV manufactures a full range of Mono progressing cavity pumps, grinders, macerators, screens and packaged pumping systems, ideal for the wide range of applications found within the waste water and environmental industries. Fluids that can be handled include sludges, screenings, abrasive slurries, solids in suspension and shear sensitive products. NOV's self-cleaning Mono screens are suitable for water abstraction intakes, storm overflows, pump stations and inlet works. For complete extraction of organic solids, NOV can also design, supply and install screening extraction systems. Mono Munchers are used to reduce solids within a flow to a small homogenous particle size, whilst also providing protection for transfer pumps, eliminating blockages and subsequent downtime. Applications include maceration of raw sewage and biodegradable waste such as bones, offal and vegetable waste. For remote pumping stations, the combination of a Muncher and a low speed progressing cavity pump provides a highly reliable pumping system for the transfer of raw sewage to the local treatment works. The Projects Team can provide a total engineered solution, from the initial 3D design of a pumping, screening or macerating system through to supply, mechanical and electrical installation of all associated equipment and commissioning. For further details on the products and support we can offer you, please contact NOV.
Mr Ian Davies
New assembly plant puts Mono on the map in China
Mono has become the first major European manufacturer of progressing cavity pumps and macerating equipment to establish an assembly and stock-holding plant in Shanghai, China. The new facility has been created in response to customer demands for a locally based assembly, service and support capability, and marks a significant step forward in Mono's ongoing programme to expand its presence in this important market.
Mono has become the first major European manufacturer of progressing cavity pumps and macerating equipment to establish an assembly and stock holding plant in Shanghai, China. The new facility has been created in response to customer demands for a locally based assembly, service and support capability.
Based in a 6,000 sq mtr complex belonging to Mono's parent company, National Oilwell, the new centre is staffed by fully trained and experienced Mono personnel. It now enables Mono to undertake assembly and service activities locally, and will allow customers to benefit from significantly reduced lead times, enhanced aftermarket services and improved spares supply. It will initially focus on supporting customers in the water and wastewater sectors, although plans are in hand to expand the facility and extend the scope of its services into other important industrial sectors including chemicals, plus pulp and paper.
With the arrival of over $100k of stock now in place the new facility is already accepting pump and spares orders in either the local Chinese currency (RMB) or in dollars to meet the local market requirements.
Mono has also emphasised its commitment to the Shanghai region with the appointment of William Tan as Regional Manager, Environmental Industry. William brings considerable industry experience to his new role and is now working with customers in this sector to provide enhanced levels of service.