Diaphragm Pumps in Malaysia
The Mud Sucker Diaphragm Pump is expanding its presence across Malaysia with a wide variety of our Global pump products available in Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Terengganu, Kota Bharu, Ipoh, Kerteh and Dungun. Our diaphragm pumps have made great headway replacing older technology air operated double diaphragm pumps (AODD pumps) across the country due to increased attention on wasted energy consumption and reducing the carbon footprint. In fact, the Malaysian government have been encouraging business across the petroleum, chemicals and food processing industries to rethink the way they use energy and devise strategies to conserve energy.
This directly impacts the fluid handling industry including pump technology. The Mud Sucker diaphragm pump uses mechanical diaphragm pump technology to transfer wastewater, oil sludge, petroleum waste, chemicals and food processing waste. Wastecorp manufactures the Mud Sucker using energy efficient motors and low emissions engines.
American made diaphragm pumps designed for Malaysia
One such case is Wastecorp’s involvement with Petronas’s wastewater treatment operations at their oil and gas refineries. The photos you see here picture the Mud Sucker next to the AODD pumps the treatment plant has traditionally been using. Now, Petronas or Petroliam Nasional Berhad, is vested with the entire oil and gas resources in Malaysia and ranks in the top 100 largest companies in the world. When Petronas came to Wastecorp with their wastewater treatment requirments they were under the impression that AODD pumps were the only diaphragm pump available for their application. Petronas didn’t even know that an alternative Mud Sucker Diaphragm Pump technology existed.
The Mud Sucker pumps are put to work at some of Petronas’s refineries to pump all sorts of wastewater including oil slurry, wastewater and muddy type slurry. For many of these applications the Mud Sucker 3B Series with check ball engineering takes slurry and solids and makes it more productive to transfer by diverting these fluids to the Mud Sucker’s exclusive contoured velocity channel. The chances for clogging are reduced because the check balls help to mash up solids. Check out some of our Malaysian pump installation photos and contact Wastecorp about the availability of Mud Sucker Diaphragm Pumps in your area.
Refinery Wastewater Pumping
“Mud Sucker” pam diafragma boleh didapati di seluruh Malaysia dan bersaing dengan AODD Pam. Pam air kotor, air sisa, bahan kimia, makanan dan petroleum enapcemar Mud Sucker ini. Wastecorp mengeluarkan pam untuk bersaing dengan Wilden, Sandpiper dan pam ABS
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
Water Trailer approved for drinking water transportation
One of the questions we get from municipal emergency management agencies and larger corporations is if there is an economical method of providing clean drinking water via trailer or skid. Gilbert K from Clay County TN exemplifies some of the concerns about providing potable water in his community:
We have a rural community of about 20 residents where drinking water is not always accessible. A water truck service has been costing us a fortune to fill the residential drinking water tanks serving the homes. We are trying to reduce our budget by possibly investing in our own water trailer system but the unit has to be safe for storing and dispensing drinking water. We would be filling the water trailer either at the municipal water treatment plant 20 miles away or by a fire hydrant closer to the community. We also want to make sure that an F-150 truck can safely tow this trailer full. Please provide suggestions and a budgetary proposal. Thank you Gilbert – Clay County, TN USA.
Gilbert, you have a lot of options to provide your own municipal drinking water transportation system. We call it a Continue reading