Pumpwerk Westhofen


Hagener Straße, 58239 Schwerte

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1918-22 / 2010-11 (Umbau)

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Pumpwerk Westhofen

The hydro-electric plant was built in 1918-1922 and has been in operation almost unchanged. It still features its original piston pumps.
Here, the River Ruhr is dammed up by a complete weir system across a total of six weir fields. The DEW (Dortmunder Energie- und Wasserversorgung GmbH) run-of-river power station’s four turbines convert the run-of-river energy into mechanical energy for pumps. That’s why Dortmunders simply call it “Pumpwerk Westhofen”.
The attractive building is listed and has four turbines to cover a 5m fall.

Author: Editorial baukunst-nrw


Engineering » Water Management

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