SLH-4G and SLH-4U Sanitary Twin Screw Pumps
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As the first worldwide twin screw pump supplier, Bornemann introduced the hygienic SLH design of twin screw pumps in 2004 to the Food & Pharma industries. The design is based on 150 years of proven technology from Bornemann’s industrial twin screw pumps.
This experience aligned with the hygienic requirements of EHEDG and 3A Sanitary Standards make the SLH the world leader in sanitary twin screw pump technology. Ampco’s partnership with Bornemann makes this leading technology available in the United States and beyond with full distributor support and fast deliveries.
Ampco Pumps has decades of experience working with customers and understanding the food processing industry. The SLH-4G offers all the advantages of a hygienic twin-screw pump with a number of customized features and options. This provides the best solution for a wide range of applications.
It was not until the installation of the screw pumps that the city was able to master the flood concerns and as well as which made the pumps gain worldwide recognition of its extreme efficiency and effectiveness.
The screw pump have proved operationally efficient in New Orleans and were however ordered and installed in many other territories such as China, Egypt, India and the Netherlands.
For a century these very pumps have drained New Orleans. It was these said pumps that pumped dry the 20feet of murky flood waters brought on by hurricane Katrina.
Additionally for common knowledge New Orleans has recently embarked on a state of the art 5,000 horsepower diesel engine which spins four propeller blades 150 times per minute.
This altogether pushes 150,000 gallons of water per second by 13 pumps that is estimated equivalent to about 15 Olympic sized swimming pools.
This state of the art pump is the biggest pump in the world and should be completed by 2011. I do hope in the interest of concerned citizens that in the future meaningful advice and economical investments are given and made in the acquisition of few screw pumps for Guyana in care of the national development strategy.
I am reasonably certain that the head of state can solicit funding in the acquisition of few 12 or 14 inch screw pumps, when out on international financial aid missions.
If ever Guyana should benefit from LCDS funding then this would be the best time to capitalise on a much needed and required flood control mechanisms for the country and people.