Last week, our service technicians built up temporary pumping installations at the Halfweg pumping station near Giethoorn.
The current pumping station will not be able to maintain the desired water level in the future. Technically, the pumps are at the end of their lifespan.
With the new renovated pumping station, the water board can use a system of so-called “flexible water level management”. This will enable a better response  to the water demand from agriculture and nature.
In the meantime, Van Heck’s red pumps ensure that water management can continue as usual.


Two (silenced) diesel driven HK500 pump sets and the necessary piping have been built up at the location.
The pump sets will remain in Giethoorn for about six months.

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