Machine Coolant Pumps
Pumps for machine coolant transfer and circulation are used by many heavy manufacturing industries such as pipe fabricators, the steel industry, aircraft manufacturing, automobile manufacturers and more.
The idea is to get a pump that not only pumps or circulates the machine coolant but Continue reading
Pumps for Food Processing
The challenge for food waste processors
is finding pumps for their applications that are versatile and robust enough to pump through a variety of conditions. This was just the case for a Fresno, California based Continue reading
Solving Sewage Pump problems
How to resolve sewage pumping problems at smaller WWTP’s is a question on the minds of thousands of operators worldwide. These facilities pump municipal sewage, storm water, melting snow, road grit and so much more for smaller communities. While the gallons per day pumped may not be as high as urban sewage treatment plants, the need for reliable sludge pumps is just as great. Continue reading
Primary sludge pumping from digesters
If your pump project calls for primary sludge pumps under 220 GPM, the Mud Sucker Double Diaphragm pump
is something you should consider for municipal sewage and industrial sludge pumping applications.
Case in point: A Veolia operated wastewater treatment plant upgrade and expansion in Norfolk County recently Continue reading
Orange County Sewage Pumps
Orange county is home to dozens of resorts, hotels and theme parks which generate tens of millions of gallons of wastewater that needs to be treated every year. When an Orlando, Florida renewable energy company earned a multiyear contract to accept waste from local resorts and theme parks, they needed severe duty pumps to transfer thick slurries and solids.
The details of the project called on the requirement of pumps to transfer ground up seafood shells, grease trap waste, utensils, animal renderings, wastewater and more. In this application, the waste is unloaded from a tanker into a waste pit. The waste is then transferred to a conveyor system which then separates most of the foreign objects like utensils, large solids, plastic bags and more. The remaining waste is sent through the Sludge Master plunger pump and then to the digesters of the wastewater treatment plant. With millions of people visiting Orlando resorts and theme parks every year, this amounts to a lot of waste, as tanker trucks deliver new loads of slurry like liquid waste around the clock. Continue reading