HEPU Pumps trained sales partners from Kazakhstan, Russia and Kyrgyzstan
With 25 employees and a wide range of solutions for slurry pumps HEPU pump is well positioned in the international business. To provides the costumer an optimal and economical service also on location, we offer an training for servicing the pumps in our facility in Herten.
In the current case, sales partners from Kazakhstan, Russia and Kyrgyzstan have been trained to be able to take care of two submersible pumps in Kazakhstan. Through an interpreter, the language barrier was not a problem, so all steps to maintain and repair could be taught.
Photos: Jens Artschwager
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HEPU delivers pumps to Nigeria
HEPU GmbH and EMZ GmbH safeguard an important of the drinking water supply in Nigeria.
Courtesy of a supply rated very positively by the customer in 2002, (8 KZL motors 355 kW) for fresh water supply, the EMZ GmbH was again called upon--this time to deliver not only motors, but also pumps.
In a joint project with the electric motor supplier EMZ GmbH in Recklinghausen, 2 submersible pumps, 110 kW and 250 kW, were delivered per piece for the fresh water supply in Nigeria. The delivery capacities are 880 m³/h and 925 m³/h, delivery head: 30 m, 57 m.
With this new technology of the submersible pump, the old pumps that were previously installed above ground were removed.
Pumps standing ready for delivery
After testing the new technology, additional orders of a greater magnitude are expected.
HEPU Director Michael Makowka (right, 1.93 m tall) and EMZ Director Engelbert Rataj waiting on the loading
Securing of the load in the container by an EMZ employee
The transport was done via sea freight to Onne, Nigeria in the 20 ft. container.
4 pumps and replacement parts packaged
After loading the container is ready for transport to Nigeria.