Depending on the type of application, the SE1 range of submersible water pumps offers many different configurations. The pumps are designed with modular design that allows users to match the motor unit to the pump’s specific configuration. These models are available with submersible auto coupling, dry, or a combination of these configurations. Three basic models are available and different sizes and types can be ordered for specific applications. The pumps’ end components, including the impeller and pump housing, are made of cast iron, while the motor jacket and cable entry are made of stainless steel. Each pump is supplied with 10m of Neoprene rubber drop cable as standard.
For the East African market, Davis & Shirtliff is a leading supplier of water and solar equipment. They have stores and branches in Zambia, Tanzania, and Uganda, and a partnership in Ethiopia. The company began operations in Kenya in 1946 and today operates through regional subsidiaries in Zambia, Uganda, and Tanzania. The company’s headquarters is located in Nairobi, Kenya, and the company has offices throughout Kenya.