Soaring human demand for water has created a crisis. Despite covering almost 70 percent of the earth, we rely on the 2.5 percent of water which is fresh, and 99 percent of that is not easily accessible, the majority being trapped in glaciers and snowfields.

Africa is home to around 1.33 billion people, or 16.7 percent of the global population. Most estimates agree that at current growth rates (around 2.5 percent a year), the continent will have to support double the number of inhabitants by as early as 2050. The need for innovation in order to preserve and sustainably manage freshwater resources has never been more pressing, and organizations such as Xylem are at the forefront of these efforts. Technology is driven by society’s attitude and resolve to solve a crisis.

“Our motto – let’s solve water – is our purpose. It is our mission to unite society and react to a crisis. Our technologies are born out of this resolve, to serve this purpose. Critical to the sustainable management of water is attitude, and technology is a product of attitude.” It covers an enormous base of use cases and industries such as agriculture, commercial buildings, construction, power generation, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, mining, oil and gas, residential, municipal and transportation, to name but a few. From individual laymen and NGOs to large corporates and utilities, Xylem engages a huge variety of clients across the globe, its Africa division employing approximately 250 dedicated personnel.

1.  Submersible Water Pumps




  • Versatile
  • Unique non clog auto cleanse design
  • East to select
  • Delivery: up to 1770 m³/h
  • Head: up to 74 m


Making wastewater pumping easy

The Lowara 1300-series submersible wastewater pumps combines performance and quality in a convenient package. The standardized offer makes it easy to select the right pump and the optimized non-clog hydraulic design is well proven to reduce clogging while also maintaining efficiency.

The 1300-series pumps are ideal for sewage and surface wastewater within municipal and commercial building applications. The 1300 series offers two impeller types; a non-clog impeller with a unique auto cleanse design that gives efficient solids handling capabilities and a vortex impeller where a large free passage is required.




  • Up to 65 mm free passage
  • Delivery: up to 42 m³/h
  • Head: up to 21 m

DL series electric pumps, made of cast iron and stainless steel, are available with single channel or Vortex impeller (DLV).

Designed to handle solids-laden wastewater, with up to 20 m head and 100 m³/h capacity. 0,6 kW (0.8 HP) to 4 kW (5.5 HP) rated power. Solids handled up to 65 mm in diameter.




  • Stainless steel design
  • Up to 50 mm free passage
  • Flow: up to 40 m³/h
  • Head: up to 14.5 m

DOMO series, stainless steel submersible pumps, are available with twin-channel or vortex impeller (DOMO VX). They are designed to handle suspended solids up to 50mm in diameter (35 mm for DOMO 7 and DOMO 7VX).

Four basic models with 0.55 (0.75 HP) to 1.5 kW (2HP) rated power.

Versions with or without float switch are available. DRIVELUB SEAL SYSTEM.



2.  Submersible Motors for 4″ to 12″ Borehole Pumps  – 4OS, L4C, L6C, L6W, L8W, L10W, L12W


  • Water or oil filled designs
  • Canned or rewindable designs
  • Power: up to 300 kW
  • Max immersion depth: 350 m

The wide range of Lowara 4” to 12” submersible borehole motors offers advanced solutions to provide water in all conditions without wasting money: high efficiency and long lasting design are the key values of both the canned and the rewindable versions.




3.  End Suction Centrifugal Pumps




  • Stainless steel pumps made of AISI 304 or AISI 316
  • Delivery: up to 31 m³/h
  • Head: up to 30 m

Wide range of stainless steel pumps for domestic and industrial applications.

Available on request: “V” version with FPM seals for temperatures up to 110°C and “N” version completely made of AISI 316 stainless steel.






  • Delivery: up to 240 m³/h
  • Head: up to 110 m
  • Power supply: three-phase 50 and 60 Hz
  • Power: from 0,25 kW up to 75 kW
  • Temperature of pumped liquid: from -10°C to +120°C
  • Extended temperature versions from -30°C to +120°C

The Lowara e-SH series is a single impeller centrifugal pump made in AISI 316 stainless steel, making it the right pump for moving water and aggressive liquids in a vast number of applications where high chemical resistance is needed.



High efficiency and low operation costs

Newly designed high efficiency hydraulics with MEI values well above the ErP2015 level and IE3 motors set the basis for very low operation costs. Equipped with a Hydrovar variable speed pump controller, the duty is always exactly where it should be. And it pays off: reducing the speed by 50% reduces the power consumption by 85%.

Exactly the right configuration

Pump and impellers made in AISI 316 stainless steel with choice of mechanical seals/ motor options makes the e-SH is the right solution for 1000’s of liquids. The e-SH is WRAS approved for potable water use.



  • High efficiency design
  • Available with motor mounted variable speed controller (up to 22 kW)
  • Robust design and replaceable wear rings for long service life and easy maintenance
  • Delivery: up to 1800 m³/h
  • Head: up to 160 m





Taking end suction pumps to a new level

By combining high efficiency with high flexibility regarding installation, material options and temperature, the new Lowara e-NSC series is the natural choice for water transport, hydronic heating and chiller systems, fire protection systems and a vast number of industrial applications.

High efficiency

New designed high efficiency hydraulics well exceeding the ErP2015 level and IE3 motors set the basis for very low operation costs.

Long service life & easy maintenance

Robust design, different bearing frame sizes and stainless steel replaceable wear rings ensure a long service life. The e-NSC is also designed for easy maintenance and all service points are easy reachable to reduce downtime.

Exactly the right configuration

The e-NSC end suction pumps come in three different configurations:

  • Frame mounted (bare shaft or complete with coupling and motor)
  • Stub shaft
  • Close coupled for compact footprint

Material options that range from cast iron to duplex stainless steel, multiple mechanical face seal options and the availability of an advanced bearing bracket make the e-NSC the right solution for all water-based fluids.





  • Abrasion resistant design in cast iron
  • Delivery: up to 17 m³/h
  • Head: up to 20 m

Drainage pumps made of cast iron and stainless steel. The DN series is designed for long life time including a high quality mechanical face seal system and an open impeller with abrasion resistant rubber coating.

Versions with and without float switch are available.

This range consists of three pumps with up to 0.75 kW (1HP) rated power.




  • Delivery: up to 6.60 m³/h
  • Head: up to 25 m
  • Power supply: both single and three-phase 50 and 60 Hz
  • Power: from 1.10 kW up to 1.10 kW
  • Temperature of pumped liquid: to 35 °C
  • Maximum immersion depth: 5 m

The new DOMO GRI has been design to deliver domestic sewage, liquids containing solids or fibres, and  wastewater from residential buildings to the sewer mains or a pressurized sewer network.

The grinder cuts solids in sewage into smaller bits that can easily pass through the impeller and discharge pipes. Risks of clogging or blockage are very low, and the grinder system is easily adjustable.





  • Robust design in stainless steel AISI 304
  • Single phase version with integrated level control
  • Delivery up to 25 m3/h
  • Heads up to 21 m

Submersible pumps for dirty water manufactured in AISI 304 stainless steel. Four basic models with 0.55 (0.75 HP) to 1.5 kW (2HP) rated power. DIWA GT version with fixed vertical float switch system is also available.






  • Robust design mainly in stainless steel AISI 304
  • Single phase version with integrated level control
  • Low level pumping down to 3 mm
  • Delivery up to 14 m3/h
  • Heads up to 11 m

Submersible pumps for drainage, infiltration water and emptying of pools, ponds, tanks and reservoirs. The DOC pump is mainly made of stainless steel and the motor has thermal overload protection which makes the DOC versatile, corrosion-resistant and compact. The single phase version has built in capacitor, level regulation and cable with a plug which enables fully automatic operation.


A shallow suction device is available enabling an almost complete drainage of flooded floors (down to 3 mm).

Three basic versions are available:

  • DOC with open impeller
  • DOC VX with vortex impeller giving 20 mm free passage for dirty water with solids
  • DOC GW with non-clogging magnetic float switch system for confined spaces

Flygt N-Pump Series


Flygt N-pumps take on the toughest applications and get the job done. Every component is designed and manufactured to deliver sustained high efficiency. Thanks to the patented N-technology with its innovative selfcleaning impeller, Flygt N-pumps deliver the highest total efficiency — lowering your energy bill and reducing unplanned maintenance costs. That adds up to total peace of mind – and big savings over the long term.

Robust and reliable Every Flygt N-pump is tested in the factory to ensure high performance and premium quality. Flygt products deliver outstanding, cost-effective performance that has been proven in applications such as: • WastewaterStorm waterSludgeIndustrial effluentRaw waterCooling water.


Flygt Submersible Propeller Pumps

Flygt propeller pumps are designed to transport large volumes of water at low heads. The slim profile of these pumps provides a considerably smaller pump station footprint than that of non-submersible pumps. These smart economic alternatives operate submerged in the pumped liquid. That makes them less complex to install and enables the motors to run cooler and more quietly than non-submersible propeller pumps. Flygt propeller pumps deliver solid cost-effective performance that has been proven for more than 40 years in applications such as: • Storm water • WWTP Effluent • Water intakes • Flood control • Amusement park attractions • Surf riders.

Technology leadership –  Flygt propeller pumps feature patented Flygt N-technology, which is renowned for its self-cleaning capabilities and sustained high efficiency.

Self-cleaning components –  To prevent clogging, Flygt propeller blades feature signature N-technology with the backswept
design of the leading edge. This sweeps debris away from the propeller along the relief groove located in the wear ring. Guide vanes help force debris out of the pump housing by the strong turbulent flow created within.


Flygt Pressure Sewer Systems

Flygt Pressure Sewage Systems provide reliable, effective and cost-optimized connections for single homes or an entire development to a municipal wastewater collection network. PSS systems are especially suitable in remote locations, low-lying areas, for waterfronts, across waterways, in rocky soil conditions, in undulating terrain or flat country. The advantages of PSS are clear: Effective wastewater transportation at minimum excavation depth, minimizing the toll on the environment and inconvenience to neighbors. This smart, economic alternative to gravity feed sewage systems costs less to install and maintain.

The Flygt PSS controllers are compact and robust controllers that you can modify and accessorize according to your pump station’s specific needs. Features such as display, communication, outdoor cabinet or other accessories can be added as needed. For constant monitoring of your pumping station from a distance, the Flygt controllers keeps you informed at all times. Alarms are displayed locally in the alarm log and are instantly delivered via SMS or to a SCADA system.


 Flygt Compact and Submersible Mixers

Engineered for flexibility, versatility and lean installation, these space saving mixers offer highly efficient solutions for any tank shape and size. Our compact mixers easily blend highly contaminated fluids high-density or high-viscosity liquids, and liquids with fibrous materials. Few components, low capital investment and straightforward service routines make Flygt compact mixers the economical choice for a broad range of mixing applications, like Activated sludge treatment selector basins, sludge mixing and aeration basins.

The Flygt plug-in seal features the Active Seal system for zero leakage into the stator housing. Laser-cut grooves on the inner seal faces act as a micro-pump to force any liquid present on the drive-unit back to the buffer fluid side. The seal housing with the barrier fluid helps lubricate and cool the seal, ensuring efficient heat transfer even when running dry. It is possible to increase mixer efficiency by up to 15% in water, and even higher in viscous liquids, with the optional jet ring, while further reducing energy consumption.


Flygt Top-Entry Agitators



  • Installed electric power range of 0.75 – 4.6 kW and max thrust of ~4,500 N
  • Impeller diameter range from 0.8 – 1.5 m
  • Sturdy construction
  • Outstanding impeller design
  • Design flexibility for any requirement

Every component of Flygt top-entry agitators is engineered to withstand tens of thousands of hours of continuous operation. Parallel shaft geared motors combined with rigid drive shaft and specially designed impellers contribute to long-lasting operation.

Whether the standard Flygt three-blade hydrofoil impellers or the proven non-clogging Flygt banana blade impellers are chosen, the result is exceptional thrust and high bulk flow along with excellent energy efficiency. The Flygt signature yellow impeller blades, with their backswept design, offer the advantage of self-cleaning properties to ensure clog-free operation, even in the presence of fibrous materials.

Installation of Flygt top-entry agitators are ideal for use in: Digester mixing, Sludge storage mixing, Anoxic and anaerobic biological treatment, Agricultural biogas generation tanks


Flygt Monitoring and Control Systems

By making use of the new web functionality, the App 721 can easily be managed remotely, or via your local area network. This comprehensive Flygt Monitoring & Control Product, with web server functionality, is unique in our industry.

When remotely accessed, the Flygt SCP improves station visibility and operational efficiency. This dramatically cuts man-hours and costs for transport, while providing a wealth of data to meet ever-changing environmental reporting needs. In addition, it can easily be accessed through our Flygt Aquaview SCADA software or integrated into existing centralized systems.

With unparalleled simplicity, PumpSmart v5 offers sensor-less flow measurement with accuracy of ±5% of the rated flow range.
Smartflow is simple to invoke; only 4 pieces of performance data are required — best efficiency-point flow, BEP power, rated speed and power at shut-off.

Specifically developed for wastewater transport, expansion capabilities include your entire water and wastewater networks. Station data, including pumped volume, inflow, water level, pump starts and runtimes, are clearly visible and set points are easily changed. With the reliable alarm distribution in Aquaview, station problems can be avoided. Aquaview is easy to install and configure, yet powerful enough to control an entire water and wastewater network, including views of trend graphs, alarms and reports.

Xylem is the world leader in manufacturing tough, portable and reliable pumps. We are fully dedicated to delivering pumping solutions for our customers. We sell products that are efficient, reliable and targeted to the specific needs of our customers. Our rental fleet, world-class application engineering, and proven 24/7 service and support are ready to meet your emergency pumping needs Godwin, which is now a brand of Xylem, with equipment for use in dewatering in construction, mining and quarrying; in drinking water supply; and in wastewater bypasses.



From Site Dewatering to Underground Construction, Xylem is a Leader .

Digging ever-deeper tunnels, dealing with high water tables, repairing water main breaks and moving wastewater is part of the construction process. Xylem’s Godwin brand of pumps provide exceptional value for lowering water tables, dewatering groundwater, or draining storm waters from your site. With dependable products and services, you can rely on Xylem for:

  • Bentonite slurry pumping
  • Emergency floodwater drainage
  • Face and stage dewatering
  • Jetting
  • Site drainage and wellpoint dewatering
  • Stream diversions
  • Sewage bypass

It’s a reality that the majority of construction sites require dewatering pumps. Sometimes the pumps remain after your job is completed. Groundwater from the surrounding area, as well as rain, can flood the whole site if not dealt with properly. In addition, excavation below the water table can create the opportunity for water to enter the site. Xylem understands the battle you face on a daily basis, and is there with you for the duration of your construction dewatering needs with pumps, equipment and services available for purchase or rent 24/7.

Godwin has been trusted in construction site dewatering for over 100 years. IWe provide confidence and help you focus on your skills…building. We remove the worry of water and allow you to focus on the job at hand.


Dri-Prime: The Features That Set The Standard

Godwin Dri-Prime pumps transport raw sewage, sludges and fluids with solids up to 5 inches in diameter. The pumps prime automatically from dry to 28 feet of suction lift, and can run dry.


Equipped with a diesel engine for standalone operation, these pumps will work on
any site, no matter how remote. All engines
meet the latest emissions regulations
including Tier 4.






All CD, HL and NC series Dri-Prime pumps are available with electric motors, for both temporary and permanent installation. Electric-powered pumps do not need refueling, the motor requires less servicing, and they reduce the carbon footprint of any project





Godwin Diesel Dri-Prime CD Series

High Volume, Medium-Head, Large Solids-Handling Capabilities
• Flow: 0 – 16,500 gpm
• Head: 95 – 280 ft

• 316 or CD4MCu stainless steel pump-end construction
for high and low pH applications
• Highway trailer or skid mount, both incorporating
integral overnight running fuel tanks
• Sound attenuated enclosures


Mining & Quarrying

Turn mining water management into a strategic advantage with Xylem solutions.

Smart water management starts with a holistic view of how your mining methods uses water from sourcing to dewatering to mining water treatment and reuse to everything in between. Whether water at your site is scarce or plentiful, Xylem sees every step from intake to reuse as part of a process, instead of a standalone function, to help you increase productivity, reduce costs and turn mining water management from an expense to a strategic advantage.

Our mining industry solutions serve open pit, underground, and material processing operations. We’re committed to integrating water transport, treatment and testing technologies to make your job easier and your mine more efficient throughout exploration, development, operation and reclamation.

Ensure mining water supply and quality.
Every mine faces unique source water and process water challenges, typically related to intake, quality, restricted access or effluent management. Xylem tailors water and mining solutions to your location, with pumps and systems for transport and pressure boosting, reliable dewatering, mining water treatment and quality monitoring.

Manage water cost-effectively.
From high-pressure and high-flow systems for dust suppression, truck wash and general purpose use, to fire protection pumps, to pipeline mapping and leak detection, Xylem customizes mining industry solutions to ensure your operations have water available when and where it’s needed.

Get vital support for integrated water and mining systems.
Xylem does more than offer a few key pieces of equipment, leaving the rest up to you. We integrate mining water management with your operation, combining solutions in new ways to simplify your job and increase mine efficiency.

Address compliance for today and tomorrow.
Mines are under more pressure than ever to reduce their impact on the planet—and regulations continue to change. Companies that take a strategic view of water in mining applications have a better chance of turning these systemic challenges into competitive opportunities. This is where Xylem stands out. We help you rethink mining water use, track water quality and flow in real time, and use convenient packaged systems to manage mining water treatment and water reuse as efficiently as possible. Our goal is to help you meet regulatory and social responsibilities while maintaining profitability.


Municipal Water & Wastewater Treatment

Wastewater treatment. In some ways, nothing could be more basic. Harnessing the power that nature uses to cleanse the rivers and streams – air, microbes, gravity, light – the wastewater industry has revolutionized sanitation and brought health to their communities, rivers, streams, lakes and oceans.

However, today’s demands are far from basic. Everyone must do more with less. To keep rates affordable, plant operators manage with less funding, less staff, less space, less energy consumption. You must do more – more treatment as the list of parameters on discharge permits grow and grow. BOD, COD, TSS, fecal coliforms – yes. But also nitrogen, phosphorus, metals, other pathogens and predictably soon, pharmaceutical residuals.

Older systems need to replace and upgrade original equipment. At the same time, utilities are challenged to treat smarter, squeeze more treatment out of the same footprint, reduce energy use and add advanced processes. Newer plants must predict the future, plan for expandability, and stricter limits.

When the water leaves the plant, it is no longer wastewater, but a highly valuable resource. It is ready for reuse, sometimes directly, or by downstream users, industries, potable water plants, or the ecosystem that depends upon your water for its very life.


Municipal Wastewater Pumping and Treatment

Whether big or small, all water and wastewater treatment plants and collection systems face the same issues: The combination of aging infrastructure and a dynamic regulatory environment are constantly challenging the cost of treating water. And it’s not going to get any easier. As a result, these demands combine to place a heavy strain on your water and wastewater systems and your people.

Fortunately, Xylem is an experienced partner to help you navigate these challenges.

In some cases, rental equipment is the right solution and Xylem is there with rental options. Downtime is not an option in these critical operations, and we understand that.