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Pumps and valves are essential components of the water and wastewater networks that deliver indispensible water and sewage services across Australia. Pumps perform many roles in these networks, allowing fluid to be transported from areas of lower elevation to areas of higher elevation and maintaining an appropriate level pressure throughout the system. Valves are vital for stopping and starting flow, controlling the direction and rate of flow through a network of pipelines, and relieving excess pressure. Countless different types of pumps and valves operate throughout water and sewer networks to serve an array of different applications. As pumps are often the foremost energy consumers in water and sewer networks, selecting the right pump and ensuring that it operates reliably and efficiently is an important consideration in network design, operation and maintenance. Choosing the right pumps and valves for a given application can have significant implications for overall network performance.