One Metre Wide Turret
The Problem: Water Intake too High
Pump intake is too high, causing vortexing, which enables air bubbles to enter the pump. This can cause pump cavitation and damage.
The Problem: Water Intake too Low
The pump intake is too low, causing tailings or silt to be ingested into the system (pump damage, blown seals).
The Solution: Turret Sits on Surface
Turret floats on top of the water and draws water from under the surface. Stops vortexing and minimizes ingestion of tailings or silt.

The one metre wide turret is a sleek solution used to dewater large bodies of water. The one metre wide turret is capable of accommodating a maximum flow of 42 L/s (150 m3/hr). This is widely used in mining, farming, emergency and many other application. These turrets can be used individually, or can be setup in a parallel configuration. See the following specifications associated with the one metre wide turret:

  • Diameter: 1,000mm (39″)
  • Height: 342mm (13.5″)
  • Weight: 15kg (33 lbs)
  • Min. operational depth: 200mm (8″)
  • Max. flow: 150 cubic metres/hr (88 cubic feet/hr)
  • Min. flow: 1 cubic metre/hr (0.5 cubic feet/hr)
  • Intake pipe diameter: 2.5mm (1″) OD to 10mm (4″) OD
  • Material: 5mm (0.2″) low density polyethylene
  • Colour: Black and yellow
  • Construction: Rotomoulded