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Streamlining pump selection: The power of the Atlas Copco algorithms

The Atlas Copco pump selection programme, available to IPR customers via the company’s website, offers a range of benefits that can greatly enhance the pump selection process.

IPR is a specialised dewatering and dredging pump specialist and is the master distributor for Atlas Copco pumps in southern Africa. Ruaan Venter, Business Development Manager at IPR, highlights the advantages customers can enjoy when using this programme.

One of the key advantages is the programme’s ability to provide accurate pump selection. By inputting relevant parameters such as flow rate, pressure requirements, fluid type and site conditions, the programme can recommend the most suitable pump model. This ensures that customers obtain a pump that meets their specific needs, minimising the risk of oversizing or under sizing the equipment.

Atlas Copco pump selection programme

Time and cost savings are another significant benefit of the Atlas Copco pump selection programme. “Instead of manually researching and comparing various pump models, customers can rely on the programme’s recommendations,” Venter says. “This streamlines the selection process enabling faster decision-making. Additionally, selecting the appropriate pump from the start, irrespective of the application, avoids costly mistakes such as equipment failure or excessive energy consumption.”

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