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Pump Applications

Emergency

   

Civil Defence

 

 

This List Can Cover Almost Every Application

Emergency water supply; emergency flood control; supply of fire fighting water; forest fires; tanker filling; emergency chemical and hazardous material wash downs; control of crashed tanker liquids.
Civil defence is the organisation dealing with civil emergencies on land and river areas.

Fire Brigades    
Fire Fighting and Fire Stations Finding water in or out of city areas can be difficult and the supply water to appliances can be critical. Good automatic suction and priming can be of interest to many brigades and emergency services. The removal of water after fire fighting, clearing of mud and slurries after emergencies; emergency control of oil spill; the pumping and transfer of foaming agents, (A.F.F.F's foaming concentrates as it does not significantly increase the volume).
Municipal  
Flood Control Mud removal and general over pumping.
Tanker and Vehicle Accident Emergency and general sump pumping. Flooded basement and street pumping; removal of flood water and sewage.
Civil Defence To cover for many civil defence situations, long difficult suction lines to gain water for fire and dosing; to aid in times of flood; to transfer fuel and potable water; to reduce water pressure on land slides and to control rising waters.

Environment

   
Pollution & Environmental Protection  
Oil Spill Equipment Manufacturers Major source of sales. The Selwood range, particularly the Selwood Spate, has a good track record of operation, working with most of the worlds skimmer manufacturers. The pumps have been used in almost all the countries in the world and have been used on almost all of the major oil spills. Many of the Skimmer manufacturers are now concentrating on industrial applications which helps sell our pumps in two ways. The industrial skimmer and pump are often supplied as a package which in turn leads to more sales for free standing pumps as the operators understand the abilities of the pumps.
Refineries The maintenance and environmental departments should all maintain stocks of equipment to react to spill emergencies.
Tank Farm Areas and Tank Storage Operators The same as above for emergency occasions.
Pipeline Construction and Operators Another group that are well aware of their environmental responsibilities so they maintain a stock of emergency equipment. These are often handed over to the pipeline operators after the completion of construction.
Port Authorities and Oil Jetty Operators The biggest group of end users, reacting to regular small spills world-wide. This group also have to decant visiting vessels of bilge wastes, oily water wastes, waste water and sewage.
Marine & Marine Transport All sea and inland waterway vessels have to have pollution control facilities on board by international law. This would include fuel bunkering and distribution companies at any coastal facility.
Naval Authorities Fuel Handling Like all marine vessel operators they have by law to carry emergency oil spill handling equipment.
The Military This is becoming an interesting end user as they play hard and often have tanker accidents and spills while exercising. This sector normally goes to international tender.
Marinas This section has a bad record of small spills of gasoline and diesel. However, in some cases, they do stock emergency equipment. Most marinas are now required to provide boat pump out facilities as per the recently introduced ISO standards (Spring 1998).
Industrial Applications This section is having to learn the hard way. The fines are becoming more regular and expensive. Such organisations as power stations, major road haulage companies, large bus and public vehicle handling companies, pharmaceutical companies, pipeline operators, tank farm operators, engineering manufacturers, plant and vehicle maintenance yards, paper pulp industry, industrial waste treatment companies, car and truck manufacturers.
Other Organisations This section would include, local environmental offices, city hall environmental departments, environmental agencies, water supply and waste water companies, mines and quarries, industrial waste companies, contaminated oil treatment and collection organisations, municipalities, coast guards, telecom companies, Civil Defence departments, fire departments, contaminated ground treatment companies and big farming organisations, motorway and expressway operators, mine and quarry wash plants and piling and construction companies, particularly those that work near or on marine projects.

Industrial/Manufacturing

 
Abattoirs Removal of animal waste products, effluent control; waste water treatment and treatment of sludge wastes.
Construction Industry  
General Site De-watering Water control; mud removal; water supply; plant cleaning; mobile and static. Trench work; French drains; sumps; storm water removal.
Coffer Dams Drainage and removal of sludge.
Construction Plant Maintenance Plant fuel transfer; bulk oil and fuel transfer.
Bentonite and Mud Pumping for pipes and diaphragm walls; mud supply and recycling for hydrocutters; stabilising for and around tunnelling machines and micro boring.
Pipeline Filling and Drainage General supply and pipe filling. Wellpoint De-watering. Jetting in and Wellpoint de-watering.
Industrial
De-watering Ducts; boiler house sumps; industrial paint spray shops; removal of used paint and grits.
Waste Oil Collection and Treatment Fuel oil transfer; machine lubricating oil.
Reservoir Cleaning Water inlet de-sludging; effluent control.
Motor Industry Water treatment areas; settlement ponds; over pumping; cooling tower cleaning; water supply; storm water control; emergency product retrieval; spill control. Pollution and environmental protection.
Paper and Pulp Industry De-sanding; removal of fibre wastes; general process pumping; supply of water; cooling tower maintenance; cleaning and pumping of the wastes and settlement ponds. Water treatment process.
Industrial Water treatment and effluent wastes, oil and water separators, general maintenance.
Pharmaceutical Water treatment and recycling management; pollution control of discharges.
Mines Slimes and settlement ponds or dams; reclaiming concentrate from the dams; water management and recycling; wash down and pollution control of oily wastes at the dams and separators.
Power stations Water treatment; control of water oil separators.
Slurry& Sludge    
Mining and Slimes Dams Controlling and dredging mud and sludge in the bottom of mines; protecting the track machinery from running in the slurries; protecting the rubber wheels from cutting in the wet and dredging the slimes dams for recovery of lost ore to maintain the depth of the reservoir. To maintain water for washing and dust suppression.
Municipal Removal of flood debris, clearing up after civil disasters, maintaining storm drains and collecting pollutants, removing hazardous and anti social discharges.
Parks Clearing dams, ponds and floodwater collection areas. Maintaining flood spill clearways.
Power Stations Fuel transfer, removal of coal dust and ash. Control of the water reservoir; cleaning sludge from the water cooling towers; maintaining dry cable ducts; removal of oil and water wastes; cleansing of oil separators and providing the cooling water during drought conditions. Cleaning during boiler and plant maintenance.
Sewage and Water Treatment Pumping from digesters; removal of primary and secondary sludge; cleaning of the sand traps and spillways. The cleaning of oxidisation lagoons. Over pumping collapsed and damaged sewers and cleaning septic tanks. Mounting to, or in, tankers and garbage collecting skips for emergency situations.
Tunnels Site de-watering, removal of water, mud, sludge, and bentonite barriers.
Factories & Industrial Pumping industrial effluent and fly ash; maintaining water treatment plants, underground cable and passage ducts; removing sludge from industrial spray and coating plants. Oil separation at oil recovery areas. Cooling tower cleaning and general maintenance.
Ceramic, Kaolin Works and Cement Plants General maintenance; removing water from clay pits; providing water for the jet cutting of kaolin; separating solids from water for recycling; dust suppression; the filling of tankers; storm water and control of the pit roadways; industrial waste water control.
Steel and Aluminium Plants Water and kerosene pumping; separating and control of industrial waste; cooling water tower cleaning; removal of oily water and the cleansing of oil water separators.
Telecom  

 

Dewatering Of manholes and ducts; removal of sludge and silts; jetting of ducts; water seepage control.

Marine

   
Marinas    
Apart from the Environmental Situation Vessel salvage; general cleaning; pressure jetting duties around jetties, piles and vessels; ships waste and bilge handling; marina flat dewatering; small dredging duties; for depth removal of mud and silts from jetty piles; accidental oil and fuel spills; removal of algae.
Canal and River Boat Waste water and sewage pump outs.
Marine    
Sand and Aggregate Transport Barges To reduce the water content of the material being transported by de-watering the barge holds.
Tankers and Other Vessels Many marine operators are contracted by international law to carry some form of pollution control equipment. This can include pumps as well as simple absorbents and dispersants.
Fish Farms Removal of waste; dredging; water supply; control of flooding and aeration.

Mining

   
Underground Mining Water control at the face and removal of drilling waters; de-watering in trackless mines to reduce wear on the running gear. Salvaging ore concentrate from settlement areas and crossovers.
De-sludging and Removal of Slimes Control of water and settled waste levels in slimes dams, de-watering for stability of retaining walls or bunds. Dredging settlement ponds.
Dewatering of Coal at the face Prior to process at the wash plant, de-sanding and sludge control.
Drilling Water Movement Supply and removal of drilling water.
Separator Plants and Separation Processes De-sludging, over pumping and maintenance periods.
Above Ground & Open Cast  
Effluent Control and Water Treatment General maintenance, sludge control and water management.
Wash Areas Water and sludge management, removal of sludge.
Pollution Control Removal of oils from reservoirs or dams, sumps and workshops. Oil drainage from machines, gear boxes, crusher gear boxes; removal of surface water; bulk oil transfer; fuel transfer; hydraulic oil removal from damaged machines.
Emergency collection of spills. Often used in conjunction with skimmer equipment.
Quarries De-watering; water seepage; stockpile de-watering; wash plants; vehicle cleaning; control of slurries and slimes; water reservoir de-sludging and environmental protection
Tunnels    
General De-watering Tunnel floor water and slurry control. Bentonite and drilling mud handling for the tunnelling machine; hanging pumps; long suction hoses.

Storm Water

   
Sports & Recreation  
Removal of Storm Water De-watering of golf greens; tanker filling for irrigation; removing of water from swimming pools; dredging of water traps and the recovery of balls from water features.

Transport

   
Airports    
Airport Services Sewage over pumping, storm water control; de-watering ducts and drainage channels; de-icing aircraft (pumping Glycol); fuel transfer, tanker filing for fire control of A.F F.F's foaming concentrates as it does not significantly increase the volume.
Ferries    
Stand by Fire and Salvage Control Ballast movement; salvage control; removal of bilge; fuel transfer and emergency fire fighting.
Railways    
Rail & Track Maintenance Removal of water and slurries from any crossovers or ducts to expose mechanical points and electrical junction. Station and track underpass de-watering. Water transfer during maintenance periods.
Removal of Waste from Trains The decanting of collected sewage onboard train carriages.
Tunnel Maintenance De-watering tunnel sections at almost any point of the tunnel during routine maintenance.
Points and Cable Ducts Low lying areas that need de-watering during times of maintenance or construction.
Ground Stabilisation By Wellpoint de-watering.
Flood Control Wellpoint de-watering and over pumping.
Pollution Control Many rail road companies maintain their own oil and chemical spill equipment.
Rolling Stock Maintenance Tanker cleaning and emergency product transfer.
Bulk Fuel and Lubricating Oil Transferring At the main depots this can also include bulk concentrated de-icing liquid as well as detergent for the train wash plants.
Fire Fighting Railroad companies can convert a rail tanker into a fire fighting system simply by adding a pump.
Underground Railways  
Track Maintenance Damage to water mains and vandals damage to pressure fire sprinkler systems often need pumps that have exceptional suction ability. Flood control and control of storm water. Tunnel seepage, long remote suction lines and dry running.

Waste

   
Domestic Dry Waste    
Removal of liquid from all landfill sites Before back filling with industrial and domestic waste the landfill site should be dry.
De-watering prior to and during landfill The control of storm water; control of the landfill site base and the instant removal of leachete to allow safe gas free disposal. If the landfill site is to be used for gas production the leachete must be controlled.
Effluent    
Screened and Un-Screened Sewage From all municipal, domestic and industrial sources, including African townships, mining camps, refugee and civil disaster camps. Over pumping damaged pipes and ducts. Tanker mounted for the control of petroleum, domestic, industrial, landfill and nuclear waste.
Animal, Agricultural and Fish Processing Clearing and controlling animal and chicken waste; pumping of liquid manure to land drills and evaporation ponds. Pumping of heavy wastes at abattoirs.
Refineries Industrial and oily water wastes.
Industrial Water treatment and effluent wastes; oil and water separators; general maintenance.
Pharmaceutical Water treatment and recycling management; pollution control of discharges.
Mines Slimes and settlement ponds or dams; reclaiming concentrate from dams; water management and recycling, wash down and pollution control of oily wastes at dams and separators.
Power stations Water treatment, control of water oil separators.
Liquid Waste Industry A major potential in an ever more environmentally aware society. Collection of sewage; collection of sludge; industrial waste control; collection of waste oil, contaminated oil and fuel oil; pumping duties at treatment facilities; agitation of stored sludge; tank cleaning; emergency spillage handling. Pumps can be mounted in or around tankers and on trailers.
Canal and River Boat Waste water and sewage pump outs.
Water Supply & Waste Water  
Distribution and Maintenance "Hot tapping;" sewage collapse; over pumping; sewage treatment; digested sludge transfer; final / un-screened effluent; pumping during screen maintenance; pumping to tankers; pumping from septic tanks; animal waste control from city abattoirs and farms; over pumping and divert pumping of contaminated effluent; skimming oil from separators and clarifies.
Potable Water Supply Over pumping during times of contamination. Evacuation of pipelines during low pressure supply situations allowing chemical treatment and or leakage detection.

Other

   
Military    
Vehicle Fuel Transfer Most military users have to transport and store all types of required fuel and have a tendency to work from fuel dumps. The removal of lubrication oil from gear boxes; removal of hydraulic oils; drum transfer; bunkering and other liquid management. Many of the world's military transport sections use the large Nitrile fuel "bags" for storage and these are filled and drained by Selwood Spates in many cases.
Helicopter and Light Fixed Wing Aircraft Fuelling and de-fuelling of these aircraft; removal of contaminated fuels and oils.
Naval Vessels and Transports Bilge pumping; emergency fire fighting; fuel transfer; jetty and dock cleaning; the jetting down of patrol vessels. Transfer of ballast, trimming and the transfer of fuel loads on board static vessels.
Military Camps Sewage and effluent control; military and civil engineering waste control; drum control; strategic fuel control; bunkering. Bomb and ordnance disposal; wellpoint de-watering for both the bomb disposal and civil engineering sections. Water supply in remote areas and the pumping of river and water hazards.

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