Prime Pumps

Prime Pumps offer a broad range of services to utility companies, local and regional authorities, onshore and offshore oil, gas and petrochemical companies, aquaculture sector and individual private clients.

Our main focus for these companies is to improve and maintain water and wastewater infrastructure, flood control alleviation and capability handling for a variety of viscous materials.

Acquired in 2006, as part of the Ross-Shire Engineering Group, Prime Pumps have established themselves as market leaders in fluid mechanics, supporting a variety of industries. Our vast experience and knowledge of the water industry has resulted in Prime Pumps being one of only three companies in Scotland that have the requisite qualities to work on ‘Scottish Water’ wastewater pumping stations and pumps throughout the country. Prime Pumps have staff trained to National Water Hygiene Standards, and registered on the Energy & Utility Skills Register, we are also able to provide maintenance services on water pump stations and treatment works.

Prime Pumps are well placed to support all our clients’ requirements; whether it be a small croft requiring a new freshwater supply, a fish farm or trawler needing to pump fish or a large water treatment works requiring improved efficiencies, Prime Pumps can always offer the best solution.

www.primepumps.co.uk

Latest News

Off-Site Construction Show in London

Ross-shire Engineering Director Mark Livingston is presenting on Wednesday 11th October at the Off-Site Construction Show in London, Mark will be discussing RSE’s innovative and technically advanced approach to modular off-site build of Water Treatment Plants, Mark's seminar will take place alongside piers Showcasing how the Water Hub is working across the supply chain to...

Monday 9th October 2017

Ross-Shire Engineering installation at Lochaline well received

Through the Scottish Water alliance with ESD, RSE Group was engaged to design, manufacture and install a 195m3 TTU on the Lochaline site.  An innovative design approach was required due to site topography and access constraints, this allowed for the incorporation of a modularised welfare unit to accommodate all of...

Thursday 20th July 2017