Söndgerath Pumpen GmbH – SPT Pumpen

Credit/Quelle: Söndgerath Pumpen GmbH

Credit/Quelle: Söndgerath Pumpen GmbH
Each and every day they stand in the dirt, withstand mud and stones and still run around the clock - even for several weeks at a time. Endless cubic metres of soiled water have already flowed through the pumps of Söndgerath Pumpen GmbH on construction sites. The machines of the German family business are designed and built for operation under difficult conditions.

The customer requirements are as varied as the pumps themselves. One focus is the construction industry, especially tunnel construction. But industry and municipalities also use SPT equipment. SPT Pumpen values close customer contact and is committed to providing reliable service and flexibility.

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