Electric submersible pumps

Sponsored by
Atlas Copco

Atlas Copco's WEDA electric submersible pumps will make their debut on the American market with a new range consisting of the 04 and 08 drainage pumps, the 04B residual pump and the 04S and 08S sludge/trash pumps. The 04 and 08 are single-phase electric submersible dewatering pumps with maximum flow rate capacities of 66 to 86 gallons per minute and maximum heads of 37 to 50 feet.

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