Wednesday, 05 February 2020 11:57

Pumping poo further afield

Written by  Staff Reporters
Numedic director Peter Reid with the new pump. Numedic director Peter Reid with the new pump.

Effluent pump maker Numedic says its new pump casing allow poo to be pumped more efficiently to paddocks around the farm.

The new pump casing has been designed after several years of testing and development with Canterbury University.

Numedic says the new pump casing that will increase pump performance by up to 25%: allowing effluent to be pumped further and more efficiently saving both time and money. 

“Based on our 25 years of experience we have developed an extremely strong, reliable, powerful and efficient high pressure effluent pump” says Numedic director Peter Reid. 

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