CONSTRUCTION & TUNNELLING

PUMPS BUILT FOR CONSTRUCTION & TUNNELLING:

  • Construction & Tunnelling
    • Select Market
    • Construction & Tunnelling
  • Select Application
    • Select Application
    • Dewatering
    • Wellpointing
    • Flood Management
    • Drilling
    • Jetting
    • Piling
    • Tunnelling
    • Dust suppression
  • Select Availability
    • Select Availability
    • To Buy
    • To Rent
  • Select Max Flow
    • Select Max Flow
    • 0 - 499 m³/hr
    • 500 - 999 m³/hr
    • 1000 - 2499 m³/hr
    • 2500 - 4999 m³/hr
    • 5000 - 9999 m³/hr
    • 10000+ m³/hr
  • Select Max Head
    • Select Max Head
    • 0 - 25 metres (0 - 2.5 bar)
    • 25 - 60 metres (2.5 - 6 bar)
    • 60 - 100 metres (6 - 10 bar)
    • 100 - 160 metres (10 - 16 bar)
    • 160 - 250 metres (16 - 25 bar)
  • Select Power Source
    • Select Power Source
    • Diesel
    • Electric
    • Hydrogen
    • Battery

CONSTRUCTION & TUNNELLING APPLICATIONS

DXB Pump & Power design and manufacture a large range of high-performance pumpsets for the UK construction industry.

The brand new and innovative e-Range of pumpsets, uniquely designed by DXB, are available in sizes from 80mm (3 inch) to 200mm (8 inch) and are capable of flows up to 900m3/hr and pressures over 8 bar or 80m. Whilst operating at efficiencies of up to 85%, are the most efficient on the market today.

Due to these extraordinary high hydraulic efficiencies, the DXB e-Range of pumps uses extremely small and fuel-efficient engines, with fuel consumption as low as 4 litres per hour without performance sacrifices in some cases.

These pumps are specifically designed for Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) applications such as cities like Central London. Our range of pumps come with Stage 5 emission compliant engines as standard all the way to 330kw if required.

DXB also design and manufacture other high-performance pumpsets up to 750mm in size. With pumping applications in a variety of options including engines, configurations, and controls. Including submersibles, self-primers, multistage, and of course wet prime pumps.

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