Flygt pumps are installed in the tunnel that connects Great Britain with France.
Europe’s largest treatment plant is situated in Athens, Greece, and utilizes Flygt equipment for pumping and mixing.
Flygt pumps supported the kayaking tracks at the last four Olympic Games and will do so again at the 2012 Games.
There are more than 200,000 Flygt mixers installed in wastewater treatment plants around the world.
Flygt mixers and agitators are systematically tested for thrust and comply with ISO 21630:2007 for submersible mixers of all sizes.
At Scottish Water, Flygt Jet Mixers operate in 100m3 tanks for continuous mixing and blending of primary, imported, and activated sludge.
The largest Flygt submersible can pump 535,600 m3 of water, the equivalent of 214 Olympic-sized swimming pools, in 24 hours.
One Flygt dewatering pump is sold every three minutes somewhere around the world.
175,200 dewatering pumps are put into service around the world every year.
The global Flygt rental fleet consists of 11,000 dewatering products.
We have a basic need for 20 to 50 liters of water free from harmful contaminants every day.
The total mass of suspended solids increases with the thrust of the mixer till complete suspension is achieved.
Flygt is first to market with every one of our conceptual advancements, including the compact and low-speed banana blade units.
The deepest pumping stations with guide bars that Flygt has delivered pumps for is 60m (200 feet)
Flygt pumps lift the Grand Canal water level and secure the outbound stream of effluent water even as Mexico City is sinking.
120 000 sustainable Flygt pumps, which is 1 in every 5 minutes, is dedicated to the world each year to help in various humanitarian efforts.