Hi-Tech Enviro Solutions - Dairy Effluent Systems and Equipment Specialists - PTO Pump
Hi-tech Enviro Solutions
The DODA range of PTO pumps provides a robust and reliable mobile pumping option. This is ideal for situations where it is difficult to get power to a pond or where there are a number of ponds to pump and where pump back-up is required.
DODA PTO pumps are well known for their durability and pumping efficiency.
Auto primer (on AFI-L 27 & 35)
Single delivery elbow
Extra length of suction hose
Efficient pump head design gives more constant pressure over a range of flow rates.
Doda are the world’s largest specialist dairy effluent pump manufacturer with a long history of developing and manufacturing effluent handling equipment. Their pumps are purpose built for moving small to large volumes of livestock effluent. Superior reliability and performance are the hallmarks of Doda products.
Year round housing of animals is common in most of their markets which mean their pumps are subject to much higher duties than what is typically the case in the NZ market. As a result the reliability factor is high and the service interval longer when compared with other pump brands.
Essentially what makes the difference between the DODA PTO pump and other brands is that the Doda product is engineered and developed for pumping heavy thick slurry while other brands have been designed to pump water and light slurry only.
Effluent ponds can be very thick especially as you get towards the bottom of the pond, so even with the pond stirred up it is essential to have a product designed to handle heavy as well as light slurries. This is why Doda pumps are so often used by pond pumping contractors.
You can tell by just looking at a Doda that it is built to last, with the quality, robust design, and cast iron parts, setting it apart from other competitor’s pumps.
There is also a full range of parts available in New Zealand.
For further information please contact us on 0800 889 7755
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