Tasked with transferring water from settling ponds to a frac pond, a specialist water provider for oil and gas producers needed a pump capable of maintaining a dynamic head of 680 feet (295 psi) across a challenging seven-mile steel pipeline. This ultrahigh requirement typically involves transferring water through a carefully coordinated series of pumps which adds ancillary equipment and increases energy consumption. 

With a maximum head capacity of 984 feet, fully automatic, self-priming capabilities, and an enclosed impeller design that delivers hydraulic efficiency of up to 70%, the Godwin HL270M Dri-Prime® pump saved the customer 15-20% in diesel costs. 

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