SEEPEX wins framework agreement for condition-based monitoring with Anglian Water

SEEPEX, a leading worldwide specialist in progressive cavity pump technology and digital solutions has secured a framework agreement with Anglian Water. 

The framework agreement involves the supply, installation, and management of CBM systems for Anglian Water. SEEPEX‘s technology should enable Anglian Water to move towards a more proactive approach to maintenance and monitoring the condition of rotating and pumping assets. According to the company, this condition-based approach will optimise asset performance, minimise costly repairs, and maximise the lifespan of critical infrastructure.

SEEPEX and Anglian Water have enjoyed a long-standing collaboration since the Eighties. SEEPEX’s expertise in providing progressive cavity (PC) pumps has made them one of the nominated framework suppliers for PC pump technology: 700 SEEPEX pumps are installed across Anglian Water’s sites in environmental applications including thermal hydrolysis, sludge cake pumping and back mixing, pumping stations and chemical/flocculent dosing.

SEEPEX believes its success in winning the framework agreement highlights its remarkable achievements in the digital field. The comprehensive tender process involved navigating new horizons, incorporating IIoT capabilities and cybersecurity which allowed the company’s dedicated team, including digital experts and cybersecurity specialists, to demonstrate a forward-thinking approach to digital innovation.

SEEPEX’s digital ecosystem – integrating digital monitoring and cloud-based services – will provide information to Anglian Water on their equipment’s condition, with reports showing the actual status quo of the equipment and process, enabling predictive and forward planned maintenance.

With the framework agreement in place, SEEPEX is confident it is positioned to revolutionise Anglian Water’s asset management strategies. By leveraging advanced CBM systems and comprehensive analytics, the company hopes to empower Anglian Water to proactively monitor asset health, achieve greater operational efficiency, and deliver an exceptional level of service to millions of customers across the region.



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