Infrastructure is a vital part of the Australian economy and the people’s quality of life. In recent years, we have proudly set new records with high-profile infrastructure projects. All-Pumps has been supplying Tunnelling and Large Infrastructure Projects since 1977, when the Sydney Harbour Tunnel needed dewatering and cooling pumps.
Our infrastructure experience has led us to supply complete packaged solutions for large construction projects across Australia. We have helped Teir One Contractors build new mines, dams, roads, tunnels, bridges, bypasses, water treatment plants and remote villages. We understand that while many companies can supply pumps, these project applications are a testing environment and need selection skills and experience to provide dependable and cost-effective solutions. Not to mention, our focus on after-sales service is an important differentiator, which we say is all part of the All-Pumps experience.
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Selecting the right pump for different parts of your infrastructure project is crucial to your project budget. The most common reason pumps fail is due to a lack of experience and knowledge during the pump selection process. As a result, the maintenance costs far outweigh the initial purchase.
That’s why All-Pumps follow a comprehensive pump selection process for all applications. Over the years, we have designed products and partnered with manufacturers overseas in Europe, Japan and the USA to develop infrastructure hardy pumps, with locally proven reliability. Our experts have five decades of experience designing systems and recommending the most economical pump technologies to use in different applications. So, you can always find what you need at All-Pumps, whether you need a portable dewatering pump, main water supply system, submersible pump, or grout pump for your infrastructure project.
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