Slurry Pumps

Industrial non-clog slurry pumps engineered for dredging, process pumping applications, highly viscous or abrasive material, sludge, muck, paste, high solids and abrasive applications.

EDDY Pump industrial slurry pumps are non-clog pumps designed for high solids industrial pumping applications. Our patented pump technology outperforms all centrifugal, vortex and positive displacement pumps in a variety of the most difficult pumping applications.

Learn Why Our Slurry Pumps Have Higher Production and More Uptime

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The adjustable size, ultra recessed rotor can pass the largest material in the industry, ensuring maximum uptime when pumping large solids.

Main Applications:  Process Pumping, Mining, Wastewater, Chemical, Oil, Sludge, Paper/Pulp, Dredging, Fly Ash Pumping, Coal Ash and more.

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In harsh conditions with sand, sludge, rocks, slurry, normal dredge pumps clog, wear and fail more often. This leads to downtime for maintenance, hurting your bottom line. This is not the case with the EDDY Pump, since we have the tolerance to pump objects up to 12 inches to ensure maximum uptime and production rates in any industry dealing with abrasives, solids, and high viscosity materials.

EDDY Pump Deployment Options

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Flooded Suction Pumps

With flooded suction pumps, the fluid to be pumped is positioned above the pump. With the pump positioned below, gravity can feed the fluid into the suction of the pump and keep the pump primed.

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Submersible Pumps

Pumps that are completely submerged in the liquid are called submersible pumps. By being submerged in the fluid to be pumped, there is no need for priming the pump.

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Self-Priming Pumps

With a self-priming unit, the pump and power unit are not submerged. The suction hose goes into the slurry and the unit acts like a super-sized wet dry vacuum. Can be trailer mounted for added mobility.

Choosing the Right Pump

Horizontal VS Vertical Slurry Pump: Which Should You Choose?

When choosing between horizontal and vertical slurry pump mounting configurations, there are several factors that determine which fits your application the best. First, what fits your existing setup.  Horizontal and vertical pumps possess their own distinct differences and benefits for industrial pumping applications. The main difference between these two pumps is the shape, space footprint and position of the shaft.

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Horizontal Slurry Pump

  • Easier to install and maintain, due to quick access to pump components allows for easy repair jobs.
  • Requires more room, due to its larger footprint compared to vertical.

Vertical Slurry Pump

  • Less smaller footprint, allowing it to be implemented in hard to reach jobs.
  • More versatile, can be cable hung straight down and inserted directly into medium to pump target material.
  • More difficult to repair and tougher maintenance.
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EDDY Pump Features and Benefits

The Ideal Process Pump for Slurry, Sludge, Grit, Fly Ash, Paste and Scum.

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EDDY Pump Advantages

  • Non-Clog, High Viscosity, High Specific Gravity, High Abrasives, Low pH Pumping Design
  • 30-70% Solids Pumping by Volume
  • Ability to pump objects of up to 12-inches in diameter
  • 100% American Built
  • State-of-the-Art Research and Development Facilities on site
  • Easily process rags, string, rocks and foreign objects

Options

  • Vertical or Horizontal Mounting
  • Submersible / Immersible
  • Process Pump Applications
  • Electric or Hydraulic Powered
  • Various Metals Available
  • Variable Speed Control
  • Self-Priming
  • Trailer / Skid Mounted
  • Bearing House / Close-Coupled
  • Automated Controls

Pump Features

  • Premium Seal Support System
  • Non-Clogging Design
  • High Solids Handling
  • High Viscosity and Specific Gravity Handling
  • High Abrasives Handling
  • No Critical Tolerances
  • Low Maintenance
  • Minimal Downtime
  • Low Ownership Costs

Why EDDY Solids Handling Pumps are Better

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Pass solids from 1-12 inches (rocks, rags, debris). The EDDY Pump’s open rotor design with high tolerances allow anything that will go into the intake to be passed through the discharge without issues.

Tolerance between the rotor and the volute in the 4″ EDDY Pump easily allows the passage of a man’s arm (*see picture below). Compared with the tolerance in a centrifugal pump, the EDDY Pump easily wins. Pump Range spans 1-inch through 12-inch EDDY Pump line, the tolerance ranges from 1-12 inches. 

This translates to a significant amount of solids and debris pass through, without clogging the pump.  To learn more about the technology behind our pumps continue reading Here.

Process Pumps (Types)

Flooded Suction w/ TEFC Motors

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Semi-Submersible Slurry Pumps

We have Fully Submersible and Semi-Submersible Options depending on your application.

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High Head Pumps (HH)

TEFC Motors and Optional Self Priming Add On

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We are one of the few companies who manufactures both our pumps and dredging equipment to ensure optimal support. All equipment Powered by EDDY Pump.

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The Best Non-Clog and High Solids Slurry Pump on the Market. Since 1984.

Best Applications: If you are pumping slurry, high solids, extremely viscous material, paste, high abrasives (sand & gravel) and material filled with solids, then you found the ideal pump for your job. Call Us.

Industries Most Served: Mining, Fly Ash, Coal Ash Pumping, Oil and Fracking, Waste Water, Paper/Pulp, Chemical, Energy, Water Districts, Irrigation Districts and Dredging Companies. 

Slurry Pumps – Heavy Duty

 For assistance Call 619-258-7020 and let us help match your project with the right pump. Choose from the HHLF Line or the HD Pump Line.

Sales and Selection Help

Let our sales or engineering support help in your pump selection
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