Sep 22 2016
BBA Pumps has made great strides in recent years in the development of clean and super silent mobile pump sets. This is driven in part by the stringent European emissions legislation, whereby diesel-powered equipment must comply with the Stage V requirement from 2019.
Markets outside Europe are also set for change. Countries in which environmentally sustainable solutions were traditionally of lower importance will also experience stricter emission requirements in the coming years.
Last year BBA Pumps started working on a new concept for pump sets in the power range from 100kW - 400kW. In addition to the focus on the use of clean engines, flexibility was also an important consideration. By flexibility we mean the ability to quickly and efficiently solve the needs of the user.
The solution was found by means of a modular construction. Through use of a modular assembly, we can now quickly and easily construct the desired pump set.
How does it Work?
The user specifies the desired duty point, from which the correct pump module is then selected in consultation with a technical advisor from BBA Pumps. Thereafter, depending on the expected power consumption an engine cabin "module" can be added. The engine cabin consists of a modern diesel engine including after treatment system, fuel and / or AdBlue tank and control panel.
As a final step, the two modules are placed on a pre-specified sub-frame and by means of cardan shaft connected to each other, following which the complete pump unit undergoes a test run.
BBA Pumps is ready for the future with an extensive range of high head and mining pumps with super silent canopies. Environmental compliance goes far beyond just clean engines. E.g. the tanks are equipped with a fully bunded leak-proof bottom section and the BBA Pumps production process is in full accordance with the ISO14001 Environmental Management System.