Canadian Consulting Engineer

KSB has water transport pumps from S to XXL

March 18, 2013
By Canadian Consulting Engineer

Mississauga, ON, March 2013 – Water transport is the business of getting water to where it is needed, whether this is across a city, throughout an industrial complex or high up in a tall building. KSB offers a comprehensive range of highly efficient and reliable water transport pumps, ranging from the versatile and easy-to-install MOVITEC family to the high-capacity RDLO line (up to 10,000 cubic metres per hour). These pumps are available in a wide range of sizes and ratings so that it is almost always possible to get a good match between the flow and head requirements of the application and the optimal duty point of the pump set. “Getting a good fit between job requirements and pump capabilities is the key to delivering superior energy efficiency and reliable operation”, reports Dirk Ruppert, National Sales Manager for KSB Pumps in Canada. Optional features such as highly corrosion-resistant alloys and special seals are available, so that these pumps can be configured to handle demanding water conditions.

KSB also provides support for selecting equipment for a particular application. The EasySelect® online software tool is available to help highlight pumps that meet a particular set of requirements while KSB’s experienced application engineers are available to help achieve an optimal solution.



About KSB


KSB Pumps Inc., based in Mississauga, ON, is a member of the KSB Group, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of pumps, valves and systems. KSB’s history dates back to 1871 in Germany, where the company’s global HQ is still located. In 2011, KSB generated a total turnover of € 2.08 billion (approx. CAN$ 2.7 billion) with a global workforce of 15,600 employees. KSB’s giant product portfolio consists of more than 3,000 different off-the-shelf pumps and valves – and thousands of engineered and customized solutions. KSB Canada has specialized in providing reliable pump solutions for the most challenging applications in industrial and utility power plants, environmental (water and wastewater) facilities and industrial processes.


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