Geoquip Water Solutions, specialist supplier to water related industries, announces that Angus Wellmaster is the first flexible rising main system to be approved by the Secretary of State under Regulation 31 of the Water Supply (Water Quality) Regulations 2000 for use in potable water applications. This approval, following closely on the Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) approval reinforces the market leading reputation of the Angus Wellmaster range, manufactured by Angus Flexible Pipelines.
“This is a significant demonstration of the superior quality of the product as the materials have passed the fullest and the most stringent tests of effect on water quality,” said Mike Deed, Managing Director of Geoquip. “With proven performance in more than 40,000 installations over the last twenty years, the Angus Wellmaster „steel on a reel‟ range offers major cost savings, performance advantages, WRAS approval and now approval under Regulation 31.”
Available in a wide range of sizes and performance ranges, the Angus Wellmaster system offers exceptional strength and hydraulic efficiency. The major benefits to users include:
- Fast installation and renewal
- Reduced transportation and storage costs
- Reduced operational costs
- Reduced manpower levels
- Long Service Life
- Superior Performance
- Comprehensive Technical Support
- 10 Year Manufacturer‟s Warranty
More cost effective than conventional rigid pipe systems the Angus Wellmaster flexible rising main is ideal for extraction, water supply wells for desalination plants, geothermal, leachate extraction, mine and quarry de-watering, offshore fire protection pumping, scavenger pumping and groundwater stabilisation on building sites.