Municipal – Pumping
Water Pumping Systems
We at Cantwell Electrical Engineering, as trusted distributors of large scale water pumping systems to Municipal Authorities, offer our services on many levels including Design, Build and Install basis. In addition, our maintenance contracts help to improve productivity and prevent premature deterioration of your pumping systems.
Most municipal water systems are required to pump water from water treatment plants to reservoirs or to boost water in the mains, where low pressure areas exist. Cantwell Electrical Engineering work closely with global pump manufacturers to design and customise the most effective water pumping system for your requirement.
Our successful certification as an ISO 9001, ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001 compliant company, guarantees that all our water pumping systems will be consistently designed and installed to the highest Quality, Environmental and Health & Safety controls.
Waste Water Pumping Systems
Waste Water Pumping Systems are designed to aid in the transport/transfer of the waste water of a catchment area. These pumping stations vary in scale depending on the sector requirement and come equipped with lift pumps, sewage pumps, valves and control boxes.
Cantwell Electrical Engineering specialise in the design, installation and maintenance of waste water pumping systems across various sectors including Municipal, Commercial, Industrial & Trade.
Booster Pumps are designed to boost water pressure and are used for a variety of applications.
Cantwell Electrical Engineering supplies an extensive range of booster pumps to all sectors of the market. We stock the vast majority of these pumps in our warehouse and they can be purchased from our store, which is open Mon-Sat to both the Public and Trade.
We offer a full range of borehole pumps designed to extract a water supply from a well. This type of water pump is directly submerged down into the well and draws water up from the depths of the well to ground level. These pumps are used to pump water directly through the distribution pipe network required to serve each property.