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More than 1 million of the original Flygt BIBO pumps have been sold since they were introduced in the 1960s, according to Xylem, and the new Flygt BIBO range incorporates several proven design features taken from the original dewatering pump, as well as new enhancements that give the pumps improved wear resistance and uptime capability.
Daniel Westin, product manager at Xylem, said, "Xylem's new Flygt BIBO includes several innovations such as our DuraSpin hydraulic system for unmatched wear resistance, a new plug-in seal and a single impeller-adjustment screw.
Xylem's new Flygt BIBO is available in four models--the 2830, 2840, 2860 and 2870--capable of handling flows of up to 100 I/s (1,600 gal/min), heads up to 80 m (300 ft) and solids up to 12 mm in diameter.
The reliability and capability of the original Flygt BIBO dewatering pump is renowned within the industry and set the standard for submersible dewatering when it was first launched in the 1960s.
Xylem's new Flygt BIBO is available in four models, 2830, 2840, 2860 and 2870, capable of handling flows of up to 100 l/s (1,600 gpm), heads up to 80 m (300 ft) and solids up to 12 mm in diameter.
Bibos is also different in having flattened horn-cores at their bases (Pilgrim, 1939, 1947; Hooijer, 1958).
Earlier many bovine forms like Leptobos, Bison, Eobison and Bibos were considered the subgenera of Bos (Pilgrim, 1939).