Mody MSP Series- Expanded range from 2.5HP-220HP (1.8 kW-170 kW) 60/50Hz
The Mody MSP pumps for wastewater/sewage and storm water are designed for a variety of installations; portable, wet pit and fixed dry pit installations. The pumps are equipped with High Efficiency Motors, Class “H” insulation and VFD rated. A unique integral, self-contained maintenance free cooling system us available as an option. This series is available with various motor speeds and voltages.
Participated in DEFEXPO – 20
From 5th to 8th February 2020, Mody Pumps participated in DEFEXPO- 20 at Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Mody MSP Series now available in complete Stainless Steel construction
MSP pumps are now also available in stainless steel materials for corrosive and abrasive applications. The pump series is capable of handling contaminated fluids with a 2-10 pH range; typical at power plants, mines, food processing and paper & pulp industries. The current HP range is from 2.5 to 220HP (1.8kW to 170 kW) 60/50Hz.
Training session conducted at INS Shivaji, NBCD Centre Lonavala on 31st August 2019
Training session conducted at INS Shivaji, NBCD Centre Lonavala on 31st August 2019, to bring up to speed in their knowledge of field in pump repair, maintenance and installation. The course covered pump design, types, parts , common causes of pump failures, repair techniques and predictive maintenance of pump. The goal of the course is to ensure that, to understand causes of pump failures, how to bring back pump to life when they fail, what they should learn from those incident, and how to reduce the risk of further failures.
Contribution towards flood affected people at village Bahe, Sangli District
Sangli is one of the worst affected district due to flood in Maharashtra on August 2019. Employee’s of Mody Pumps (India) Private Limited, Ambernath, District Thane donated one day salary for this cause as noble and excellent gesture by distributing 1750 Kgs. of rice at village Bahe, Walwa taluka Sangli District on 18th August 2019.
CSR POLICY – PROJECT III
MODY PUMPS CSR POLICY
OVERVIEW – MAKING DIFFERENCE:
To ensure CSR remains an ongoing activity, MODY PUMPS strongly believes that corporates who benefit from the society must give back to the society, that an organization with the power to affect human lives must use the power wisely.Taking these practices forward, our Managing Director Mr. Nagaraja R. Bhat institutionalized the concept of community work is a way of telling the people among whom we operate that We Care.
As a responsible corporate entity of India, MODY PUMPS has already completed CSR activities Desilting and Deepening of village tank at- Chon, Tal – Ambernath under the guidance of Tahsildar, Ambernath against Mahatma Gandhi Rashtriya Grameen Rojgar Hami Yojana – Government of Maharshtra and Project at CHIRANTHANA CHARITABLE TRUST (R ) Suratkal), home for Geriatric Health Care,consists CCTV system covering entire old age home, Store and living room for staff,Aatra oven for hot water,EPBX system and 250Ltr. Boiler.
Our vision is to actively contribute to the social and economic development of the communities by the way of life for weaker section of society, home for the aged, disabled, dying destitute, Orphaned Children, unwedded mothers and raise country’s human development index. As a part of above vision, we identified the following activities to be undertaken as CSR activities under its CRS policy either on its own or indirectly through charitable trust or the association contributing to the society.
IDENTIFICATION MECHANISM OF PROJECT:
Accordingly, we selected ST.PAUL’S JEEVAN DARSHAN SANSTHA,At Post Uttan, P.O. Box No.1, Uttan-401 106, DhavgiDongri, Bhayander (West), Dist. Thane, Maharashtra, Indiahome for the Dying destitute,Orphaned children and unwedded mothers looking after for nearly 20 years at Uttan
As a request from managing trustee of ST.PAUL’S JEEVAN DARSHAN SANSTHA, the projects which are very much useful by constructing Stone compound wall to protect the heavy influx of poisonous reptiles into their habitat area as home is located nearby heavy forest. For the smooth running of their habitat area and to avoid causing bites and death to their mates following requirements are needed& implemented.
Construction of compound wall as per following specification:
Construction with White Stone, river sand and reputed brand cement or ACC Cement.
8mm steel to be used for coping, Compound height 5ft from ground level and 1.5 ft under the ground with 6” coping
SUSTAINABILITY OF THE PROJECT:
It is done and maintained by ST.PAUL’S JEEVAN DARSHAN SANSTHA.