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.
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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
Discover the pump and dredging terms you need to know. Common terminology and a quick reference guide to the industry language.
Choosing the correct slurry pump for your application can be a difficult task. Learn about the top 5 factors you must consider when choosing a slurry pump.
Positive displacement pumps operate completely different from the EDDY Pump. Learn about the differences in mechanics and how the EDDY Pump can excel where a PD pump cannot.
Choosing a correct slurry hose setup depends on several factors. Learn about slurry hose selection and what to look out for when selecting a new hose.
Learn the ins and outs of what a variable frequency drive does and how VFDs affect a slurry pumping operation.
Find out what happens when certain changes are made to an existing slurry pipeline and how to prevent unnecessary downtime.
A diaphragm pump is a type of positive displacement pump. Learn about the differences in mechanics between the EDDY Pump and the diaphragm pump.
Lime slurry can be an unforgiving material to pump because it is inherently abrasive, corrosive, has high particulate, and high viscosity. Learn what makes the EDDY Pump the best choice for lime slurries.
Learn the ins and outs of what to look out for when pumping solids and what makes a solids-handling pump succeed in a variety of different pumping applications.
Learn how the EDDY Pump can be used in for a variety of food processing and food waste applications to save companies thousands of dollars per year in production costs.
Pumps run less efficiently when pumping air entrained liquids. Find out how the EDDY Pump can excel at pumping frothy slurries.
Since slurries, by definition, contain small particles, they are often abrasive and can quickly wear down pump and pipeline components, especially if the pump is not used most effectively. Learn about the best practices when dealing with abrasives.
With chemical processing, materials quickly wear down standard pump components unless the proper steps are taken to safeguard your equipment.
Explore the top 5 pumps found on ocean faring vessels, and the applications that they help to power.
Fluid viscosity is an important property of fluids that cannot be overlooked. Learn what viscosity means for your pump selection.
The subsea mining industry is still in its infancy. What advancements make it possible and what challenges still need to be overcome?
Learn how EDDY Self-Priming Pump units can be used in place of vacuum trucks for a variety of industrial applications to save your company thousands of dollars per year.
The newest line of smart pump will revolutionize the industry by monitoring all aspects of the pumping process, ensuring optimal production and longer pump life.
Digesters are used in some industrial processes for breaking down sludge and other bio wastes. Find out how the EDDY Pump is perfectly equipped for cleaning and pumping digester tanks.
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.
Pipeline clogs can happen in many pump applications. In order to minimize this issue, it’s important to choose the right pipeline, size, and pump with the correct power.
Agitating the sediment to be pumped is sometimes necessary for optimal pump operations. Learn what tools are used for agitating sediment in dredging applications.
Settling tank desludging, cleanup and pumping information. Review how to pick a pump for cleaning clarifiers and settling tanks. Common client questions answered.
Non-clog pumps can drastically improve production in high solids pumping applications. Efficiently pump high viscosity, abrasive, solids heavy material using EDDY Pumps unique design.
Drilling mud is the thick, viscous mud used in oil and gas drilling operations. Learn about how this mud is transported and disposed with the use of EDDY Pumps.
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.
Beginners guide on dewatering projects and the various methods of how dewatering is performed depending on the application. Find out what to look out for when starting a dewatering job.
One of the fastest rising sectors of the energy industry is the production of biofuels. Learn about how biofuel and biodiesel is produced and what pumps are the most efficient.
The chemical industry employs the use of many types of pumps adapted for highly corrosive materials. Learn about the top four pumps used in this industry and their applications.
Discover how sugar is processed from sugar cane and what pumps are required during the process.
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.
Paste is one of the toughest materials to pump effectively. Learn about efficient paste pumping principles and how the EDDY Pump is well equipped for the challenge.
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