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www.rockproducts.com ROCK products • May 2018 • 55 EQUIPMENT & TECHNOLOGY PUMPS & MOTORS Three high-flow pumps from Atlas Copco Power Technique North America were displayed at The Rental Show for the first time. The PAS line includes: • PAS 100, a 4-in. pump accommodating flows up to 1,232 gal. per min. • PAS 150, a 6-in. pump accommodating flows up to 1,430 gal. per min. • PAS 200, an 8-in. pump accommodating flows up to 3,655 gal. per min. The PAS open frame pump systems consist of a highly effi- cient diaphragm pump with a semi-open impeller and a large separator, allowing the pumps to pass true 3-in. spherical solids. Air is separated from the liquid and sucked by the vacuum pump, making automatic and efficient priming pos- sible. Both wet prime and dry prime options are offered. The PAS pumps include hinged doors for easy access to the pump housing, making them easy to service and clean. They are easy to transport with multiple trailer configurations available. Exhaust emissions compliance is met by the Tier 4 Final engine, which is designed for low fuel consumption. The pumps, which debuted at ConExpo-Con/Agg in 2017, have been attracting new rental customers due to the quality and range of Atlas Copco's new pump product line. The pump expansion is part of the development of Atlas Copco's flow product category. In the last year, the company has refined its product categories to focus on air, power and flow solutions. "From sewer bypass to construction dewatering to dewater- ing a quarry, the PAS pumps are well-rounded rental pumps perfect for customers' water transfer needs," said Joe Moser, product manager – pumps at Atlas Copco Power Technique North America. Atlas Copco Power Technique North America has expanded its product catalog for the dewatering market with the launch of over 30 new heavy-duty, high-capacity pumps to offer cus- tomers the best choice and widest selection. Atlas Copco's offering for the dewatering market comprises highly efficient wet and dry prime centrifugal pumps for construction, drain - age and emergency applications, plus specialized models for wellpoint applications and pumping abrasive liquids and bentonite mud. To offer customers extra flexibility, all ranges can be supplied with a diesel engine or an electric motor as part of Atlas Copco's E-Pump concept. Furthermore, up to six modular configurations are possible per range. Depending on the range, pumps can be supplied on a standard pump block, a basic or flexi-skid, or as part of a trailer, crate or fully con- tainerized package. As well as its seven centrifugal and piston positive place- ment pump ranges, Atlas Copco offers portable submersible dewatering pumps as part of its WEDA+ range. The range recently underwent a design overhaul, resulting in the introduction of five innovative pumps that offer up to a 20 percent overall reduction in power consumption compared to previous models. Atlas Copco's Power Technique business area provides air, power and flow solutions through products such as mobile compressors, pumps, light towers and generators, along with a number of complementary products. It also offers specialty rental and provides services through a dedicated, global network. Power Technique innovates for sustainable productivity across multiple industries, including construc- tion, manufacturing, oil and gas and exploration drilling. The business area is headquartered in Belgium. Product develop- ment and manufacturing units are located in Europe, Asia, South America and North America. Atlas Copco Power Technique North America, www.atlascopco.us Atlas Copco Power Technique North America Touts Pumps

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