Water, wastewater and effluent pumps are used in sewage treatment, municipal water treatment and heavy industrial applications to move liquids from one stage of a process to another. Read More
Wastewater and sewage pumps are designed to move abrasive and aggressive liquids where solids may be present. They are often designed to be submersible.
Sludge and slurry pumps will be engineered for higher viscosity media, and may be capable of handling abrasive liquids, where sand, gravel or other particles may be present.
Water pumps for untreated or potable water may not require as high a specification as sewage and sludge pumps, but they will still need to handle large volumes and potentially high pressures.
Cast iron and stainless steel are usually used for these pumps, which will typically be engineered for very heavy duty applications.
The most common technology for wastewater and sewage pumping is a centrifugal pump mechanism, although many other types are available depending on the usage, including diaphragm pumps, rotary lobe pumps, gear pumps and hydraulic ram pumps.
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