Most water systems in New Zealand are complex. Some need a positive displacement pumps, some need a submersible pump and some need an aeration pump, or a combination of all three. A water system should be designed by water specialists; it is not something that an architect or builder can or should do. Dealing with water is precarious and the systems need to be totally foolproof, safe for everyone involved, have no risk, and do their job, which is to pump water in and pump water out. Depending on the water system, there may be recycling of water involved and aeration of water too. A water system is as complex as need be.
Who designs water systems
A water system in New Zealand, including any positive displacement pumps types and all aspects of the water system, are designed by people who have studied. There are teams of highly qualified people who make up a water specialist team. There are engineers and designers. There is an environmental specialist team. There are water specialists. There are the high tech people who are an integral part of the team, as technology is what has made our water systems so successful today.
Let’s look at water technology or what some people like to call smart water. It is because of water technology that water can get pumped in and out of all areas, and it is because of water technology that mine can work and operate (many closed because of water shortages) as well as supplying water to remote towns. Technology has changed the relationship between industry and water, making water accessibility a lot easier than it has ever been before, and in a sustainable manner.
If you need a water system in New Zealand, a positive displacement pump, water transportation or any water specialist service, contact the water systems specialists for quotes and designs.