Selwood, the UK’s leading pump rental solutions provider, has unveiled its new S160Eco solids handling pump which delivers increased performance and near-silent operation from an environmentally-friendly engine. The S160Eco was developed by Selwood to complement its market-leading S range of solids handling pumps, in response to market demand for a unit that reduces emissions without sacrificing performance.
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Selwood’s plant hire specialists provided bespoke solutions for a leading civil engineering company working on the renovation of a Grade-1 listed hotel in a world-famous location. JG Francis was contracted by the Avon Gorge hotel in Clifton, Bristol, to carry out refurbishment works as part of a major facelift of the venue. The hotel is located in a busy area of the city and boasts views of one of the world’s greatest bridges, the Clifton Suspension Bridge, which was designed by renowned engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
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Selwood is helping to bring Easter joy to hundreds of young carers and vulnerable children after donating 200 chocolate eggs to charity. The leading pump and plant company, based in Chandler’s Ford, Hampshire, donated the Easter eggs to Honeypot Children’s Charity and the colourful gifts were personally delivered by Richard Brown, Managing Director – Pumping Solutions at Selwood, and Depesh Dayal, Marketing Manager.
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Selwood’s leading team of pump specialists are gearing up for exhibitions in the UK and Europe in 2018. The team will be showcasing our market-leading contractors pumps, including the renowned “S” solids handling, “D” drainer, and “H” high head pumps, and promoting the newest models, such as the green-friendly S150 electric. Read on to find out more…                                                             
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Households and businesses rely on a secure water supply and water companies cannot risk the network being compromised. Welsh Water was presented with such a scenario that required robust and ultra-reliable solutions when a 450mm pipe suspended beneath a pedestrian footbridge had to be replaced. The whole section, spanning across the River Taff in Pontypridd, needed to be removed and replaced as part of an ongoing programme.
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