Participation at IFAT 2018
oddesse Pumpen- und Motorenfabrik GmbH will present itself at IFAT - the World´s Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage and Raw Materials, which takes place from 14. to 18. May in Munich. Our booth is located in Hall B1, Stand 414.
At the fair we will inform the visitors of our current solutions regarding energy-efficient pump systems and the new drainage pump series SÖFFEL*. Of course we will also present our proven product program.
The participation at IFAT is supported by the European Union with funds from the European Fond for Regional Development EFRE.
Investment to expand the capacity of the existing plant
In the years up to 2020 various investments will be made in the infrastructure of oddesse Pumpen- und Motorenfabrik GmbH. Modern and energy efficient machinery are to be purchased to ensure the competitiveness and innovative strength of the company in the long term. Furthermore the CO2 emissions are to be reduced to support the environmental protection.
The investments are supported by the European Union with funds of the European Fund for Regional Development (EFRE).
Development of a test field for drainage pumps
Promotion of projects of the transfer of knowledge and technology
In the plant of oddesse Pumpen- und Motorenfabrik GmbH, Am Pappelwald 12, 393837 Oschersleben, Germany, a new test field for the drainage pumps po-Söffel will be developed in the next years. This ensures the innovative strength and the competitiveness of the company.
The promotion is supported by the European Union with funds of the European Fund for Regional Development.
Development of permanent magnet motors for submersible pumps
With rising energy costs and the increasing orientation of our customers to use energy as efficient as possible, oddesse has decided to develop a new energy-efficient concept for motors for submersible motor pumps. Aim of the development is to bring a permanent magnet-synchronous-submersible motor in sizes of 6“, 8“, 10“ and 12“ to the market in the near future. With an increase of efficiency of 9 % the motor exceeds the previous standard market asynchronous motors regarding energy efficiency.
The development of the Permanent Magnet-Synchronous-Submersible Motor is supported by the European Union with funds of the European Fund for Regional Development (EFRE).