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
We have noticed that when a double disc pump for a WWTP upgrade or expansion goes to the planning stage and/or bid stage, we get calls from consulting engineers saying that the competition or their pump distributor make misleading or incomplete statements about double disc pump competition. What it boils down to is trying to eliminate competition. In America, we call this an attempt to create a monopoly. History has shown that monopolies are seldom good for competition in the pump business or any other business for that matter. History has also shown that monopolies in the United States aren’t looked at favorably by either regulators or the public. Continue reading
One of the trending customer requests this past year is custom diaphragm pump stations equipped with control panels and mobility options. To give you an example (and some ideas for your own pump application), one of our customers who happens to be one of the largest snack food producers globally, contacted Wastecorp’s engineering department asking for design proposals for a 3″ diaphragm pump out system complete with a mobility kit and the ability to directly control the pump operation. The diaphragm pump unit needed to be manufactured to maneuver easily on the factory floor aisles with custom dimensions. The pumps travel throughout the facility transferring chocolate based waste slurry and vegetable oil residues.
Look to the left and this is what our pump engineers came up with. This is the 3FA-EC diaphragm pump control panel model with e-stop, push bottom start and a specialized float system which detects when the pump should begin operating and automatically turn off. The customer ended up ordering 10 units for other facilities. The best part of this case study is that Wastecorp and our customer are in constant contact reviewing the benefits of the pump system and making design changes for future facility needs. We work one-on-one for custom results and constant improvement.
Wastecorp has a strong municipal and industrial client base in Colorado. Our diaphragm, plunger and trash pumps are among the most popular from Denver-Aspen. We are pleased to announce that our pump products will now be represented in Colorado by the Water Technologies Group (A cogent company). WTG Group can be reached toll free at 1-800-875-2515.
Wastecorp’s new exhibit of pumps, parts and accessories for water and wastewater treatment will be on display at WEFTEC 2011 in Los Angeles, CA from October 15-19, 2011. The world’s largest water quality event will be held this year at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Visit Wastecorp at booth 511 to check out a variety of new pumps including the exciting new Mud Sucker 4FA Series diaphragm pump series, with a 4″ connection and fluid handling capabilities up to 110 GPM. There will also be a draw to win Apple’s Ipad 2, Iphone and Ipod Touch. This year will showcase Wastecorp’s new exhibit design with some of our favorite installation of the year on display. Call Wastecorp for tickets or to schedule a meeting with our pump support staff at 1-888-829-2783 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. See you in southern California.