Any times, prospective customers will point to a lower price on a competing system without knowing what the scope of supply is. Often, our competitors will offer “stripped down” systems, lacking a feed supply pump, multimedia or automatic filters, two stages of bag/ cartridge filtration, membrane cleaning system, proper pretreatment, and sufficient instrumentation to properly monitor the system’s performance.
Knowledgeable buyers make sure to gather sufficient information to make an informed choice, as there are usually specific reasons for price disparities. No Water Treatment system can operate without a feed supply pump or pressurized feed. Yet many companies offering such systems leave out such a basic requirement in order to make the customer believe he is getting a better deal. We are quite specific about what is included in the system, leaving no doubt as to the scope of supply, which even with basic systems is sufficient to properly operate and monitor the system effectively.
Moreover we offers Class 1 Pumps for their systems making systems more economical over the years during systems operation.
Feed Supply Pump:
Any Water Treatment system requires a feed supply pump or a source of pressurized feed water to deliver the feed water through the pre-filtration and other pretreatment and Post treatment.
Our systems uses the best available pumps and mostly uses Grundfoss Pumps which offers far greater life expectancy, lower maintenance requirements, optimum performance and far lower cost of ownership. Even we offers Pumps without saying Equivalent which is mentioned in competitors offer for compromising on quality which we avoid always.
High Pressure Pumps:
We utilizes the best available HP pumps and mostly uses grundfoss Pumps. The life expectancies are for pumps when used with our systems are far better than others. We installs the most efficient pumps available for the capacity of system being built. Since electrical costs account for most of the cost of ownership of a system, any improvement in efficiency is significant.
Any reduction of efficiency as may be found in competing systems can cost far more than the price of the system over time. Together with the customer we will openly evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of each choice and select the pump type that will prove most advantageous for the customer for the long term.