dewatering


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de·wa·ter

 (dē-wô′tər, -wŏt′ər)
tr.v. de·wa·tered, de·wa·ter·ing, de·wa·ters
To remove water from (a waste product or streambed, for example).

dewatering

(diːˈwɔːtərɪŋ)
n
the act of removing water
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Citing the reasons for dewatering the mine, he said that for smooth mining operations depressurization of underground water is necessary to reach the depth of Coal, which is available at 150 meters.
Citing the reasons for dewatering the mine, Waqas said that for smooth mining operations depressurization of underground water is necessary to reach the depth of Coal, which is available at 150 meters.
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We continue to experience increased rental demand throughout Southeast Asia as customers recognize the value of Xylem's rental offer -a quick and cost-effective way to tackle water removal challenges"said David Flinton, Senior Vice President and President of Xylem's dewatering business.
Raw sewage can constitute up to 99% water and the satellite sewage treatment processes remove this water and thicken the sludge before dewatering to a dry solids content (ds%) of between 18-35 %.
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It's this legacy, which has been absorbed and passed on by the mother company of Koop Water Management Middle East (KWMME) in the Netherlands, which best benefits in Qatar - a respected dewatering expert in its own right.
Xylem is expanding its dewatering pump rental and service capabilities across Latin America, launching three new hubs in the region during 2016.
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BJM Pumps features an impressive line of dewatering pumps including the LWA Series, an economical tough pump designed to outlast rubber lined and cast iron pumps; the KB Series, a great solution for dewatering settling basins, retention ponds, wash sumps or any pump job with tough silt, sand or coal fine; the J Series, the perfect solution to effluent waste-water pumping; the JH Series for high head effluent waste-water pumping; the R series, ideal for dewatering construction sites, mines or for all-around use in industrial plants and utilities; and the Baby Series, a small utility pump to use when conventional line power is not available.