Power Plant

Dewatering pumps are utilized to remove excess water from building sites and make room for the DAM’s construction and maintenance activities.

Consistent Dewatering Solutions for Power Plants

Without pumps, water diversion is a difficult task. For this reason, the majority of hydro project development pumps water and makes room for the construction of DAM. In addition, it is necessary to remove water from construction sites and during rainy seasons. The steps involved in dewatering a typical procedure are collecting water, pumping, filtering/removing silt, and discharging.

Objectives:

Ensure Continuous Power Generation

Prevent Flooding

Maintain Tunnel Tail Integrity

Facilitate Effective Heat Exchange

Effective Dewatering Solutions for Hydro Projects

Water diversion is a difficult process without pumps, and the majority of hydro projects require pumps during construction to pump water and provide space for the construction of dams. In addition, pumps are needed during rainy days and to remove water from construction sites. The steps involved in dewatering a typical procedure are collecting water, pumping, filtering/removing silt, and discharging.

Case Studies

Project Hydroelectric in Jammu & Kashmir

Without pumps, water diversion is a difficult task. For this...