Commercial grease trap pumps using electric diaphragm pumps
Waste trap grease pumps for commercial applications can be used for a wide variety of applications involving pumping grease from the source to a suitable treatment area. One such pump for pumping waste trap grease is the Mud Sucker Diaphragm pump which is used in shopping centers, hospitals, school cafeterias, restaurants, prisons and other government institutions where pumping grease for treatment is required.
For example, an engineer in Miami, Florida was tasked with designing a pump system for a large mixed use shopping center with restaurants and other attractions that involve pumping from grease pits to a collection area. The challenge was configuring the piping through the multi-level shopping center which was under construction and meeting city bylaws for proper waste trap grease treatment. The engineering firm and the contractor contacted Wastecorp to inquire about the Mud Sucker Diaphragm Pump’s track record in grease trap waste pumping.
Grease trap discharge line for commercial waste trap grease pumping
Positioning the Waste Trap Grease Pumps Continue reading
Electric Diaphragm Pump for Railways. Mud Sucker 2B Series, Manufactured by Wastecorp
One of the questions we get most often from railroads is how to cost effectively install a new pump system that can pump liquids as varied as oil or chemicals from rail car tankers to septic waste from locomotive restrooms. Manny R from Norfolk Virginia exemplifies the pumps for railroad issue:
“I am the maintenance foreman at a Virginia railroad for one of the nation’s leading railroad companies. We have a situation at one of our tanker unloading yards. The pumps we have in place to pump out and transfer storm water pits have failed and need replacement immediately. I saw your pumps working Continue reading
Dry Prime Pump Manufacturer
We get a lot of questions from WWTP’s and public works departments asking about the differences between regular trash pumps on a trailer with diesel engines and dry prime pumps. The following question from a municipal pump operator exemplifies the discussion:
Hi, we use your double disc pumps at our primary scum pumping operation but we also have a need for a dry prime pump or a regular trash pump for pumping out our digesters for maintenance and manholes in our city. I noticed Wastecorp manufactures both dry prime and regular trash pumps. What is the difference between the two in terms of pumping performance and price? Thanks, Earnest Ernest A. Grovetown, GA
Good to hear from you Ernest. We see you are looking at either a 6” dry prime pump Continue reading