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The energy sector is one that is bursting with needs regarding hydraulic, electric and pneumatic pumping. We offer a wide range of products that meet these criteria, especially with backup and priming units. Pompes Japy is therefore a preferred partner of industrial energy production groups and the nuclear sector. We provide pumping solutions for urban heating, cooling and waste water, especially in nuclear power plants. We have advanced expertise in pumping solutions for hydrocarbons (hydrocarbon pump) and especially in the low-speed and low-pressure transfer of liquid hydrocarbons. Given below are a few examples of the domains of application and uses of these products to give you a glimpse of our activity.
Domains of application: ethical and sustainable development, creative economy
Example of application: use of a manual well pump in Côte d'Ivoire
Here too, Pompes Japy exercises its savoir-faire as a manufacturer of pumps and its modern production line capable of producing 7,000 to 10,000 units per year, including products made of brass, grey cast iron and even Zamak.
It is not uncommon to see some of our pumps diverted from their use in a professional project and instead being used for another purpose on the African continent, as is the case in Côte d’Ivoire. This testimony reports on the use of a manual well pump for drawing water from a well and filling 200-litre barrels. The water barrels are then stored under shelter in a tank and supply water to a shower and toilets for users.
PumpiT: a concept of creative, ethical and sustainable economy in Bangladesh based on the Japy semi-rotary positive-displacement pump
Another example of application that attracted the attention of the leaders of the Helping Hand Bangladesh Belgium association, an organisation working for the socioeconomic development of Bangladesh, was the revolutionary see-saw pump. A see-saw capable of pumping and supplying drinking water to 600 students in a school in Bangladesh. An original project and a daring gamble by the students and professors of the Institut technique de Namur (ITN), based on Japy pumps. For it to work, the see-saw was equipped with two semi-rotary positive-displacement pumps (Read our article on this topic).