Although pumping is often not noticed by the majority of people on a construction site, it plays a significant role in many projects and can greatly affect the efficiency depending on how well or how poorly the pump systems are designed and used.
From filling watercarts for dust suppression, to dewatering trenches, diverting creeks, transferring dam water and sewer bypass it is critical that you use the correct pump size and style with correctly sized hose and pipework in order to maximize pump performance and minimize running costs, not to mention minimizing downtime.
Do you want to improve the efficiency of your next project? Ask yourself these questions:
1. How long does it take for the watercart on your site to fill?
Would it improve the efficiency of your project if you could halve the time it takes for your watercart to fill? It can be done!
2. Does the operator have to climb out of the cab to start and stop the pump every time the watercart is filled?
If you answered yes, would it greatly improve efficiency and reduce OHS risks for the operator to be able to start and stop the watercart fill pump from the cab? It can be done!
3. When dewatering trenches, footings and dams do you have to manually start and stop your pumps?
If you answered yes, would it greatly improve efficiency and reduce pump running costs for the pumps to automatically start and stop themselves dependent on the water level? It can be done!
Toolkwip has made these changes for many sites, with astounding results. You may be surprised at how cost effectively this can be done, so why not call Toolkwip today to find out how they can assist in improving the profitability, minimizing downtime and improving OHS with the pump requirements on your site.