Hayward Tyler to supply pumps

Pakistan’s Water and Power Development Authority has awarded Luton-based pump and motor supplier Hayward Tyler Services a contract to supply water pumps


Pakistan’s Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) has awarded Luton-based pump and motor supplier Hayward Tyler Services a contract to supply water pumps.



Under the deal, Hayward Tyler will supply three customised reverse-engineered Byron Jackson Cooling Water Pumps (BJCW).


This latest order follows one placed by WAPDA in 2005 , for which Hayward Tyler engineers developed a unique technique to reverse engineer the obsolete impellors of the pumps. The total value of the BJCW pump orders to date is £247,000.


Mark Drayton, operations manager of Hayward Tyler Services, said: ‘Hayward Tyler reverse engineers a wide range of obsolete parts for all kinds of pumps. This particular project has been a great opportunity for us to expand our overhaul and customisation portfolio and we look forward to working with WAPDA again in the future.’