Mono Pumps (NZ) has been appointed as the major distributor for Sulzer Pumps throughout New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
Mono Pumps has been providing high pressure pumping solutions to the agricultural, industrial, food and beverage, and waste water sectors in New Zealand for more than 30 years, with pumps, solid waste grinders and screening systems designed and manufactured by Mono at its manufacturing and research facilities in Manchester and in Melbourne.
Mono Pumps (NZ) is part of the worldwide NOV Mono Group, one of the world’s leading providers of specialised water and waste water solutions and products with facilities in Australia, Britain, The US, France, Argentina and China.
Sulzer Pumps is one of the world’s leading pump manufacturers, recognized for state-of-the-art, energy efficient and high performance pumping solutions. The company provides a wide range of pumping products, services and related equipment for the oil & gas, hydrocarbon processing, power generation, pulp & paper, water and waste water, and general industries.
General manager of Mono Pumps (NZ), Shazad Ibnul, says the arrangement with Sulzer Pumps brings an exciting and additional capacity to the New Zealand organisation.
“Together, we now have the ability to provide high volume pumping applications for farming, irrigation, mining, general industry, large scale water supply and power generation,” he says.
Mono Pumps has been providing pumping, aeration, grinding and screening products to the waste water sector in New Zealand for more than three decades.
This includes the Seaview wastewater treatment plant upgrade in Wellington; the upgraded Army Bay wastewater treatment plant which is responsible for treating wastewater of the rapidly growing area north of Auckland, and the Thames Coromandel District Council’s Eastern Seaboard waste water treatment plant upgrades.
Ibnul says that Mono Pumps also leads agricultural pumping solutions with its range of high performance dairy effluent pumps that are revolutionising dairy farming methods throughout the country.
“New Zealand dairy farmers in particular, recognise that Mono’s progressing cavity (PC) pump systems are more powerful and cost effective than centrifugal pump systems. Mono’s PC pumps are enabling farmers to beat rising energy and maintenance costs while also providing a far superior method of managing effluent irrigation management,” he says.
Go to www.demm.co.nz/enquiry and quote DW130306