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Pump Sizing Calculator

3 steps away from finding the pump you need

Pump performance calculation

With a few inputs, this pump sizing calculator will help you to compare dewatering submersible models and find the right one for you. Three simple steps and you will get a pump performance calculation. This pump sizing tool gives you a broad overview of the product characteristics, its performance curve and power rating. It’s not just a generic pump curve calculator, this tool takes your application data and comes up with the most suitable model among all available options within the WEDA range.

Drainage, sludge or slurry. Atlas Copco’s new pump sizing calculator will find the pump you need in a few clicks!

NEWS

Submersible pumps have long been a staple in the world of fluid handling and pumping.

Why Submersible Pumps Rise Above the Rest in Fluid Handling

Ruaan Venter, Rental Development Manager at IPR, says that while engineers have various solutions at their fingertips, submersible pumps often stand out especially when compared to vertical spindle pumps. The decision between submersible pumps and vertical spindle pumps comes down to the unique demands of the application in question, but the vast array of benefits submersibles bring to the table present a compelling argument for their widespread adoption across various sectors.
IPR customers using the Atlas Copco pump selection programme have access to technical support from the company’s pump experts.

Streamlining Pump Selection: The Power of the Atlas Copco Algorithms

The Atlas Copco pump selection programme provides a streamlined approach to pump selection, saving time, costs and effort. By accurately assessing user requirements, performing hydraulic calculations, analysing performance and offering recommendations, this programme – accessed via the IPR website - enables users to choose the optimal pump for their specific needs.
IPR offers both the Atlas Copco electric submersible pump range as well as the diesel driven pump range.

Five Tips When Choosing a Diesel or Electric Pump

When deciding which pump best meets the needs of your dewatering project, you will be faced with a wide variety of diesel and electric models. Expert Steve du Toit of IPR provides five key insights that will help you understand the respective benefits of a diesel range and an electric range of dewatering pumps.
With a patented hinged door now a standard feature of Atlas Copco’s PAS and PAC ranges of pumps, a technician can gain access to pump internals within three minutes.

IPR Customers Praise Hinged Door Concept on Atlas Copco Pumps

A simple but brilliant innovation has given Atlas Copco diesel driven dewatering pump sets – distributed locally by dewatering specialist IPR – the edge over their competitors. With a patented hinged door now a standard feature of Atlas Copco’s PAS and PAC ranges of pumps, a technician can gain access to pump internals within three minutes – with no assistance or specialised lifting equipment.
When specifying a centrifugal pump for a dewatering project, a key concept to understand is the head.

Understanding Head is Key to Selecting a Dewatering Pump

When specifying a centrifugal pump for a dewatering project, a key concept to understand is the head, according to Steve du Toit of dewatering specialist IPR. Here, Du Toit explains what you need to know, and how to avoid confusion when getting the right pump for the job.
Atlas Copco reaffirmed its partnership with local master distributor IPR on a recent visit to South Africa.

Customer is Key in IPR Partnership With Atlas Copco

Atlas Copco management has reaffirmed its partnership with local master distributor IPR, highlighting their joint focus on customer applications and needs. This follows IPR’s appointment last year to distribute Atlas Copco’s dewatering pumps in Southern Africa. Both firms are looking forward to their synergy delivering great results for customers in the region.