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Words of wisdom on: Pumps

By |  October 26, 2020

Editor’s note: As part of our Road to Recovery coverage, P&Q is turning to some of the industry’s leaders for their takes on the road ahead. This month, leaders from pumps manufacturers were posed with the following question: How are you and your dealers coaching aggregate producers through the pandemic when it comes to their pumps equipment?

Xylem Jessy Parmar


Take a holistic view of your aggregate operation

Xylem’s Jessy Parmar says technology can provide strategic advantages

As aggregate producers face growing pressure to cut operating costs, and with reduced staff due to physical distancing, Xylem’s remote monitoring and control technologies are enabling customers to stay on top of their water management processes.

At Xylem, we believe that optimal water management begins with a holistic view of how a mining operation uses water. As every mine has a different set of operating conditions, custom solutions drive better results. Therefore, we work with customers to increase productivity, leveraging our smart capabilities that can act as stand-alone systems or be embedded into the mine’s current system. 

On a recent project, our team successfully paired various technologies from Xylem’s product offering, including vertical turbines, custom barge and catwalk, and variable frequency drives to provide the custom solution the customer needed. This holistic approach can and is driving step change, helping customers turn mining water management from an expense to a strategic advantage.

Jessy Parmar is business development manager of industrial marketing at Xylem.

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