All Pumps manufactures and supplies the Kwikflo range of pumps, pumping equipment and systems, including associated accessories and options for a variety of industry groups including Building Services, Civil and Construction, Mining, Fire Protection, Environmental and Rainwater Harvesting. There is a large range of standard products as well as the capability to fully customise a system to a particular customer’s needs. The Kwikflo range includes fire hydrant systems, packaged pump stations, undersink pump stations and grease arrestors as well as more general purpose pumping solutions.
All Pumps has been manufacturing, supplying and servicing Kwikflo packaged pump stations across a wide range of applications for many years.
Fire hydrant pump systems (also known as fire pumps, hydrant boosters, fire water pumps) are high pressure water pumps designed to increase the fire fighting capacity of a building by boosting the pressure in the hydrant service when mains is not enough, or when tank fed. They can also be used in water transfer and irrigation applications.
All Pumps have created the Kwikflo range of custom built fire service pumpsets to suit a variety of applications and are available with diesel or electric drive options, developed for the increasing demand in fully standard compliant specialised turn-key systems. Built from high quality, reliable and proven components, these packages greatly simplify the installation of fire protection systems. Fire hosereel systems are also available as a completely separate unit, or they can be included as the pressure maintenance pump on the hydrant. Davey is another major brand that is used for fire hydrant systems.
All Pumps supplies a range of packaged pump and tank pump stations designed to meet your specific application, for example sewage pump stations or stormwater pump systems. Tank sizes range from 100L to 100,000L in materials such as polyethylene, fibreglass and concrete. These pump stations can be used in applications such as storm water, waste water, grey water and sewage.
Depending on your needs, All Pumps offer a range of accessories that ensure ease of purchase and installation such as guide rails, inlet and outlet tank connections, electrical connections, dry valve pits and custom control panels.
Grease traps (also known as grease arrestors) are most often used in commercial food applications where fats, oils, grease and suspended solids need to be removed and pre-treated to local discharge standards before reaching waste water systems. The All Pumps Kwikflo boat shaped grease arrestor is an easily cleaned tradewaste pre-treatment device that modifies the commercial wastewater to meet or exceed the discharge standards set out by local authorities. The Kwikflo range of high quality grease traps are suited to below or above ground installations for all commercial and industrial kitchen, club, hospital or restaurant applications.
The Kwikflo grease arrestor is manufactured from durable fibreglass giving it lifetime protection from any caustic or acidic substances and also lightweight and easy manoeuvrable to position in those very difficult sites. Sizes range from 1,000 through to 5,000 litre capacity with a variety of access covers available for the underground models from light to heavy duty. All Pumps also manufacture a range of access platforms that can be positioned adjacent to the above ground grease arrestor giving the cleaning contractor a safe and easy position to work on to carry out the cleaning of the grease arrestor.
Oil water separators (coalescing plate separators) are enhanced gravity systems required to remove oils and solids from water. Commonly used in vehicle wash stations and mechanical workshops, oily water is pumped through to an inlet chamber where solids settle out and oil immediately rises to the surface. After the oily water is separated, an oil baffle prevents it from entering the outlet weir. The waste water is then discharged to sewer, the solids to the in-built hopper and waste oil to a drum underneath.
Typical sized separators treat between 1,000 and 3,000 litres per hour (larger flowrates are available). A diaphragm pump, which is normally electrically driven mechanical, but can be air-operated, is used to pump the in-flow at a controlled flowrate matched to the separator.