Xylem is one of the world’s leading water technology companies. We at Troy Electric Sales & Service are proud Xylem Service Partners and are here to support all your Xylem pump needs on Vancouver Island. Whether you require replacement parts, warranty service, pump repairs, maintenance programs or technical support we at Troy Electric are happy to assist you however we may.
Troy Electric are experts at repairing all types of Xylem pumps for a large range of applications. Pumps require regular maintenance and it is best to address any problems such as vibrations or overheating before the problem causes a break-down. Troy Electric is a Xylem warranty service partner, repair facility and parts supplier in Victoria, B.C.
Xylem is a water technology company that was launched in 2011 as a spinoff of the ITT Corporation. It designs and manufactures products that offer water technology solutions for the entire cycle of water, from drinking water technologies to wastewater to the return of water to the environment. Xylem’s focus is on developing efficient technologies that provide environmental, health, and/or economic benefits to the users and communities in which they operate.
Xylem ‘s pumps are portable, durable, and reliable to cover a wide range of applications in diverse industries such as agriculture, electric and gas sectors, drinking water treatment and distribution and wastewater treatment.
Xylem’s pump brands are well-known and respected, with products sold in more than 150 countries. Many have been in business for decades. Flygt, for example, was founded in 1929 in Sweden and created the first submersible drainage pump in 1947. Other Xylem distinguished pump brands include: Flojet, Goulds, Godwin, Jabsco and Lowara among others.
As a company, Xylem is deeply committed to developing technology that can optimize water systems to mitigate water scarcity, reduce water loss and improve water affordability for the well-being of their clients. Xylem strengthens and empowers communities that are facing water challenges by raising awareness on water issues, teaching them how to leverage resources and technology and by providing water-related disaster relief expertise, technology and equipment to communities in need.