EDDY Pump Education Center
Find information about the EDDY Pump heavy duty commercial pumps for use in dredging, wastewater, paper, pulp, oil, fly ash, drill mud and more. For updates on our excavator dredge pump attachments series and the remote operated subdredge, see our news section here.
All of our parts are made in the USA. Support staff, engineering, research and development, are done in the USA. Our centralized team and manufacturing result in faster service for our clients! If you need additional information or sales, contact us.
Our white papers feature actual client results and studies with our pumps and dredging products, in real-world projects. Click here to see product specifications and brochures.
Client: Cresta Reservoir
Equipment Used: Cable Mounted Dredge Pump
Client: Dow Chemical
Location: St. Clair River, Michigan
Equipment Used: T2 Environmental Dredge. Environmental cleanup project.
Pump and Dredge Educational Articles
Find out what happens when certain changes are made to an existing slurry pipeline and how to prevent unnecessary downtime.
Pumps run less efficiently when pumping air entrained liquids. Find out how the EDDY Pump can excel at pumping frothy slurries.
With chemical processing, materials quickly wear down standard pump components unless the proper steps are taken to safeguard your equipment.
The subsea mining industry is still in its infancy. What advancements make it possible and what challenges still need to be overcome?
The newest line of smart pumps will revolutionize the industry by monitoring all aspects of the pumping process, ensuring optimal production and longer pump life.
It is very important to choose the right pump orientation in order to maximize your pump capability. These three setups are flooded suction, submersible, and self-priming.
When working in swamps, marshes, and other wet environments, nothing beats the versatility of the amphibious undercarriage for your excavators.
Agitating the sediment to be pumped is sometimes necessary for optimal pump operations. Learn what tools are used for agitating sediment in dredging applications.
A submersible pump is used to move liquids from one point to another. The major difference between a submersible pump and any other type is that it is completely submerged in the liquid that it is required to pump. Learn more about submersible pumps here.
Flushable wipes aren’t so flushable after all… find out how they’ve been wreaking havoc on global pumping systems and the solutions being rolled out to prevent persistent clogging.
Find out how the sugar production industry creates additional pump applications including paper and pulp production and how EDDY Pump can be used to increase production rates.
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