Wastecorp is pleased to announce our water trailer pump products based on our award winning honey wagon pump out platform. Water trailers, (also referred to as “Water Buffalo”) provide fresh water distribution using a higher pressure trash pump or diaphragm pump. These water distribution systems are used to control dust on construction sites, cement cutting water needs, landscaping, paving companies, special venue water services and military water distribution needs.
Water Trailer Tank Sizes
Wastecorp water trailers are available in sizes ranging from 150-5000 gallons directly from Wastecorp or qualified dealers in the USA or Canada. The best part is, your water trailer is manufactured by Wastecorp Pumps with hosing, check plate galvanized deck material and frame, so you’re getting a professional system by a professional ISO 9001 certified water trailer manufacturer. Continue reading
New Diaphragm Pump
Wastecorp’s Mud Sucker diaphragm pumps are available in Costa Rica with distribution in Alajuela, Cartago, Guanacaste, Heredia, Limón, Puntarenas and San José. In cooperation with Zebol S.A., a Costa Rican pump distribution company with over 20 years of experience, Wastecorp has been reaching the oil refinery market with emphasis on the Mud Sucker B Series. This pump is ideal for transferring solids and oil slurry that are hallmarks of the oil refinery pump market. Zebol is also active in the agricultural, construction, water treatment, and industrial fluid handling pump markets.
More Pump Distribution News in South America
Costa Rica is the world’s third largest copper producer and Wastecorp is promoting diaphragm pump solutions for copper mines in northern areas of Chile. As global copper demand continues to increase, Wastecorp is working with mining companies in Chile and beyond to install high performance Mud Sucker pumps to aid in the transfer of higher solids and slurry associated with copper mining. Stay tuned for more project information in the weeks and months ahead.
More more information on trash pump or diaphragm pump availability in Costa Rica, contact Wastecorp or Zebol for pump pricing and availability.
With dredging applications, Wastecorp generally encounters at least a few different kinds of projects: city or town sanctioned projects that are part of canal and waterway management programs and private projects that include beautification, enhanced recreational access and improved appearance. For public projects, we generally work with engineering and construction firms who are responsible for removing thousands of cubic yards of sediment, mud, and debris that accumulates in canals and along the banks of waterways. For these projects, single diaphragm pumps or double diaphragm pump outs units can be a valued support technology for the existing mechanical and hydraulic dredging methods.
What Kind of Pump To Use for Dredging Applications?
Private dredging applications vary in size and scope. One of our resort customers based in Fiji, Continue reading
A compact method to pump out vessels and boats of almost any size. You can apply for a Clean Vessel Act grant to get a Wastecorp marine pump out for your marina.
If your marina is looking for a compact dock side pump out station this season check out the ultra compact Mud Sucker Marine pump out system.
The best part about this system is that it was completely engineered with marina operator input. Last season, we asked marinas what new pump out products would most benefit their boaters and improve the overall sanitation system of their marina.
Almost unanimously, marinas expected more compact systems for 2016, with easy-to-use controls and safety built in. Our Mud Sucker pump outs were once again given top ratings by both boaters and marine operators.
What makes the Mud Sucker Compact marine pump out unique is that the entire pump out system sits on a pedestal starting at less than 34″ (49″ with hose stand included) W x 43″ H. You choose between a fiberglass or stainless steel enclosure. All the accessories you need, like a spill proof universal pump out nozzle for any vessel, crush proof hosing, hose stand and standard on/off function is included. Like all of our pump out systems, you can lock the enclosure for added security. Continue reading
Air Operated Diaphragm Pump
For facilities looking to upgrade existing air operated single or double diaphragm pump systems, now could not be a better time to check out Wastecorp’s new air driven pneumatic Mud Sucker 3” Series. We are now into Mud Sucker pump month at Wastecorp and we are pleased to launch several new models and savings promotions for this wildly popular Wastecorp brand pump.
What is An AOD – Air Operated Diaphragm Pump?
An air operated diaphragm pump (AOD) is a type of pump that is either mechanically driven with an air motor or driven exclusively using an air. Usually a compressor or air hose line in the facility provide the power for the pump. These pumps are offered in single diaphragm versions or double diaphragm versions which are called air operated double diaphragm pumps (AODD).
What Are Some Examples of Air Operated Diaphragm Pumps?
The Mud Sucker 3FA-AP features a self-lubricating reciprocating air cylinder, 6” bore x 3” stroke, and adjustable solenoid. The air motor is mounted and supported vertically over the pump body, with a heavy duty 13” dia. Santoprene® diaphragm, 3” stroke length and patented contoured velocity channel to aid in pumping tough slurries. Download the fact sheet to learn more.
What Can a Mud Sucker AOD Pump Be Used to Pump?
The Mud Sucker air driven, pneumatic pump series is ideal for industrial wastewater pretreatment, lime slurries, ceramic slip glazing applications and much more (see a more detailed application list below).
Mud Sucker Air Driven Pumps Typical Applications:
Automotive plating and refinishing, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, paint and ink coatings, pulp and paper, industrial pretreatment, municipal, industrial wastewater treatment. See all typical applications
To discuss your air operated diaphragm pump questions with an enginner email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-888-829-2783