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Beverley STW - Centrifuge Feed Pumps Replacement

Yorkshire Water’s Beverley Sewage Treatment Works has been undergoing major works by Morgan Sindall involving the site dewatering system. As part of this scheme, NETZSCH Pumps and Systems were asked to bid to replace the existing centrifuge feed pumps in a duty/standby arrangement to handle the new flow rates required by the site upgrade.

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Yorkshire Water’s Beverley Sewage Treatment Works has been undergoing major works by Morgan Sindall involving the site dewatering system. As part of this scheme, NETZSCH Pumps and Systems were asked to bid to replace the existing centrifuge feed pumps in a duty/standby arrangement to handle the new flow rates required by the site upgrade.

 

Apart from producing the correct flow rate against the differential pressure, Yorkshire Water stipulated that the pumps must have a maintenance in place feature. The duty was a follows:

 

Material: A mix of Primary Sludge and Surplus Activated Sludge (SAS)

Particle size: <5 mm

Solids content range: 3 to 6%

Flow: 50 m3/hr

Differential Pressure: 6.5 bar



NETZSCH successfully won the project, with award based on the ability to supply FSIP (Full Service in

Place) and with the lowest power consumption of the 3 competitive bids that Morgan Sindall received. For the same duty, one of NETZSCH’s competitors offered pumps with 22kW and the other with an 18.5 kW motor. The NETZSCH selected 15 kW motors successfully worked without problem during operation and consequently were able to show an equivalent energy saving of 20%. 


The FSIP design includes a large casing inspection port that allows easy and direct access to the cartridge joint and rotor head. A single piece stator construction with a removable outer case is easy to handle. On assembly to the pump, the stator is fitted into its outer case and installed without the need for adjustment or verifying correct fitment with other instruments or meters. The high levels of manufacturing tolerance of the single piece stator with a strong and continuous sealing line, allow NETZSCH to select smaller motor sizes than its competitors on equivalent size pumps. NETZSCH’s own careful blend of NEMOLAST elastomers offer rubbers with superior wear resistance, maintaining excellent volumetric and mechanical efficiency for longer.


The end user was delighted with the performance of the pumps, noting the smooth and quiet operation compared with the units that this project replaced. They remarked about the excellent build quality of the pumps and the good service that they had received from NETZSCH during the contract delivery period.


Model: NM105BY02S12B.2

WIMES Compliant

50% reduction time for maintenance

Immediate return of the original flow rate with no need for further adjustment

Lower, consistent power requirements

FSIP pumps are dimensionally identical to our existing range, internally and flange to flange, using existing rotor/stator combinations; therefore there are no speed increases required to meet the published characteristic curves from our existing range




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