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SCL Water specialises in the supply of quality water pumps and solar pumps from leading manufacturers and they are an authorised Grundfos dealer. They are an experienced exporter of water pumps and solar water pumps to Africa.

Their most popular borehole pump is the Grundfos 3″ SQ/SQE submersible pump. It is compact, light and easy to handle and comes with dry run protection and some models support variable speed functionality. All Grundfos 3″ pumps run of single-phase electricity.

The Grundfos SQFlex Africa range offers an alternative solution for powering submersible water pumps using sun (and/or wind) energy. The systems are ideally suited for use in remote locations where other sources of electrical power are absent or unreliable. The SQFlex has a wide range of applications, and the Solar, Wind and Combi solutions can be used to solve individual water problems and improve daily life

The Grundfos SP 4″ or 6″ pump range offers energy-efficient submersible pumps with flow rates ranging from 0.1 to 280 m3/h. The range comes in many pump size and each pump size is available with an optimum number of stages to match any duty point. Pumps are available to run of either single or three-phase electricity supply.

As standard, all Grundfos SP borehole pump models are made entirely of stainless steel DIN W.-Nr. 1.4301 (AISI 304). Where particularly aggressive liquids are encountered, the SP Grundfos borehole pumps are available in extra high grade stainless steel DIN W.-Nr. 1.4401 (AISI 316), or, for severe conditions, DIN W.-Nr. 1.4539 (AISI 904 L). This pump range is available with single or 3 phase motors.

According to SCL Water’s marketing manager Debby Appleby currently their products are available in 10 countries including Cameroon, Ghana,Kenya,Malawi,Nigeria,Somalia,The Gambia,Uganda,Zambia and Zimbabwe

Debby also added that they prefer to get installers who have experience as borehole drillers or have experience with water pumping equipment. Knowledge of solar energy would be an advantage but not essential.



SCL Water

Debby Appleby

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