Lift Station Manufacturer
Our latest Wastecorp trash pump sewage lift stations have hit the market with two to four unit pump models available. Whether you need to replace your above ground, below ground, pre-engineered or auto-start pump stations there are a number of Trash flow brand trash pump options available to you. For example, all pre-engineered sewage lift stations can accommodate up to 10″ trash pumps capable of pumping up to 3500 GPM. With four pump lift station you can transfer up to 14,000 GPM. There are also a wide range of control panel options and auto-start back up systems with either gas or DC power so your lift station will operate in the event of a power outage. Visit the new sewage lift station page on wastecorp.com to learn more.
Sewer Overflow Problem in Modern Cities
When we visit our customers at wastewater treatment plants and ask operators “what are your facility’s most pressing concerns?”, the answers we most frequently hear are ever tightening budget constraints and dealing with aging infrastructure. And this concern echoes not only in the United States, but in many parts of the world. So this is nothing new right? City budget problems have existed for years. Well, the problem is that aging infrastructure designed to treat sewage may not be equipped for rising urban populations and shrinking green space to protect us from harmful bacteria and other negative health effects.
A New York Times article highlights these concerns. For example, more than 9400 of 25000 American sewage systems have reported violating environmental laws by dumping partially treated human waste, chemicals and other hazardous materials in lakes, rivers and waterways. “This may contribute to more than 20 million illnesses each year in the U.S. alone from drinking water contaminated with bacteria and other pathogens that spread from untreated waste.”* When sewage systems overflow they may be discharged close to water intake points or public beaches which is of major concern.*
Diaphragm Pump With 4″ Connection
If you’re looking for a flapper valve style diaphragm pump with a 4” connection and more pumping power, consider Wastecorp’s new Mud Sucker 4FA Series diaphragm pumps available with electric, engine, AOD or hydraulic drive systems. The standard unit can pump up to 110 GPM With maximum suction lift of 15 ft.V/75 ft. H and total maximum discharge head of 50 ft.V/300 ft. H. With the 4FA Series you can transfer up to 2 ¼” solids or 50% by volume.
Engine Driven 4" Diaphragm Pump
The Mud Sucker 4FA-EC (shown top) features a 5 HP; 3 Ph, 60 Hz, 230-460V; 1800 RPM TEFC with a constant speed helical gear motor. The engine driven model (shown left) features a 9 HP; 3600 RPM, electric start Honda engine. Kohler or Yanmar diesel pump engines are also available. The 4FA Series operates at max. 22 psi. Select from a variety of accessories like pump hoses, strainers, NEMA push starters and check valves. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Space Saver Plunger Pumps
It’s a common problem faced by many wastewater treatment facilities’, how to select a pump to move heavy sludge with enough power and endurance to last through the long haul. One solution to this problem is a pump with an in-line piping design like the Space-Saver plunger pump. Many facilities have seen success with this pump especially those replacing a double disc, rotary lobe, or progressive cavity pump.
The Space saver plunger pump does not require a concrete base, which makes replacing any type of sewage pump quick and trouble-free. In most cases, the old pumps are simply replaced and the new Space Saver simply dropped into place. The Space Saver is available with a 7”, 9” or 11” piston size and can transfer up to 140 GPM (8.8 lps) of municipal or industrial sludge.
In our case study feature, you’ll see a Memphis, Tennessee area sewage treatment plant which recently installed a Space Saver after trying double disc and progressive cavity pumps. The facility operates this pump for at least eight hours each day and other than general maintenance procedures, the pumps have run perfectly. Click here for more information on the Space Saver sewage pump.