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Since launching the world's first oil-hydraulic twin cylinder concrete pump in 1957, SCHWING has broadened its fields of application to become the industry benchmark for hydrostatically driven piston pumps. SCHWING's Industrial and Environmental Technology Division began series production of piston pumps for industrial applications in 1973, and since then has been successfully pumping high solids content materials worldwide. SCHWING sludge pumps are available with continuous electro-hydraulic adjustment of the delivery rate from 0.1m³/hr up to 200m³/hr. Feeding equipment, drive units, delivery lines as well as gauges and regulators for continuous fully automatic operation are all available. As your single source supplier for piston pumps, twin auger feeders, mixers, screw conveyors, live bottom hoppers and integrated PLC controls, SCHWING provides the engineering, fabrication and seamless integration of your material handling system. The benefits of SCHWING sludge pumping systems include: Reliability: Continuous operation of over 50,000 hours is common, even with high pumping pressures and long distances. Cost-effectiveness: Our robust designs incorporate generous dimensioning and low hydraulic pressures for easy repair and maintenance and long service life. Our first Australian installation is still running after 18 years. Engineering Excellence: Smooth switching and no backflow between pumping cylinders with our poppet valve design. This is critical in the case of compressible sludges or high pressure heads. Patented Technology: High fatigue strength and precise switching is typical for the moment free ROCK valve, ideally suited to high concentrations of large particles. Environmentally Friendly: Transportation of materials by pipeline

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  1. Brand 1 Schwing-Australia


  1. Representative 1 Damien McTernan
  2. Representative 2 John Keenan

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    77 Avoca Drive Green Point NSW 2251 Australia
    Tel:  +61243696884

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Tuesday 27 Aug 2019 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 28 Aug 2019 10am - 5pm
Thursday 29 Aug 2019 10am - 4pm
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