WPL has released a new pump station range.

WPL launches new pump station range and competition

Published:  12 April, 2013

Developed by WPL’s team of experienced engineers, the new pump station range offers a quality package solution for pumping sewage, final effluent and wastewater to the mains sewerage network, to or from a treatment plant or up an incline.

To celebrate the launch of this new range, all customers who purchase a WPL pump station up to 27 August 2013 will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win another tank up to the same value – plus, the supplier will also receive a Diamond DMS2.

WPL assures the highest quality products as standard. Utilising our excellent manufacturing techniques, our robust GRP tanks have no mechanical seals, reducing noise and odours and negating the risk of leaks for complete peace of mind.

WPL offers complete, packaged systems in a range of tank sizes with bespoke pipework connections allowing easy installation on site. For larger systems than our standard range, bespoke pump stations can be designed and engineered to your exact specifications.

Depending on the application, a WPL pump station can be used separately or as part of a complete wastewater treatment solution together with other WPL products, including the WPL Diamond and WPL HiPAF sewage treatment plants.

These are designed in accordance with BS EN 12050, and comply with Building Regulations 2000 Section H1.

For more information about WPL Pump Stations, please visit www.wpl.co.uk or call 023 9224 2600. Full Terms and Conditions for the ‘Power to Pump’ competition are on our website.

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