Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Facts About Our Turret™

  • Australian Innovation & Design
  • Manufactured in Australia
  • Trade Marked & Patented
  • Scalable Product design
  • Proven Performance
  • Diverse Application
  • Effective & Simple
  • Global Footprint

A pump is not included with the Turret. The Turrets are compatible with most pumps. However, our solution with Submersible may include pump.

Yes, the Turret is made of the same material as many drinking water tanks. The Turret is AS 2070 (plastics material for food contract use) and AS/NZS 4020 (products for use in contact with drinking water).

The Turret will draw in suspended particles, but it won’t draw in heavy particles from the bottom because it draws in water very slowly from just under the surface.

The Turret is designed for vacuum prime pumps. However, suitable priming unit systems (50cfm | 100 cfm) are available for priming & re-priming.

Yes, refer to tabulation section on our Introducing the Turret page for details of formation & configuration of 1 to 1 or 2 to 1 with Y Spool and 3 to 1 with Tri Spool.

Please note that there are no moving parts in the Turret. We suggest monitoring & basic cleaning regime. As each site condition, application and water condition may vary, please undertake periodic checks as required.
– Pull the Turret out periodically as required (Monthly | Quarterly | Half Yearly | Yearly)
– Inspect condition of Turret – deposition, scaling (if any)
– High pressure water clean, undertake descaling and de-clogging as required.
– Float the Turret back on water.
– Repeat periodically as required.
– Sites requiring descaling may introduce descaling agent through an injector properly mounted through the “Top Plate”

Sites with high salt and or alkalinity may be susceptible to some salt accumulation on screens
– We provide “Standard” Screens with holes for general water application
– We provide “Wide” Slotted Screens for application with high salinity & mineral content

Our team has experience in dewatering. We sometimes use 2 or 1 float & even propose ½ float in some cases. Hence best to start with a float or two and ascertain the required quantity.

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