Effluent Pumps - Transporting Effluent & Gray WaterLearn what makes the EDDY Pump the top choice for pumping effluent & gray water
Problems With Pumping Effluent
The problems faced with pumping effluent is that the material can be corrosive, contain solids, and can vary in viscosity, sometimes a combination of all three. All of these factors can lead to significant problems with clogging and wear and tear for pumps and related equipment. In response, effluent pump operators look for long lasting pumps that can withstand pumping abrasive solids without clogging or quickly wearing down. With pump maintenance being one of the most costly factors over the life of the pump, minimizing maintenance problem is paramount. Minimizing pump maintenance will not only boost your production rates, but save substantial amounts of money on replacing worn or spare parts or fixing pump clogs.
Why EDDY Pump is the Top Choice in Effluent Pumps
If the effluent contains smaller sized solids, clogging becomes less of an issue than if trying to pump raw sewage but the pump still needs to be built to withstand solids of up to a couple inches in size. These solids are large enough to cause problems with a great deal of centrifugal pumps if they are not sized properly for the effluent debris. This makes the EDDY Pump a top choice for effluent pump applications.
Why EDDY Pumps Are Better – Highlights
This video shows how EDDY Pump transports high slurry and abrasive materials. Featured dredge pump equipment includes the Remote Operated Subdredge, Diver Operated Pump and a Excavator Attachment Dredge Pump.
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