What is a Wastewater Pump
Wastewater pumps are a class of submersible pump that are designed to handle solids-laden wastewater, effluent and sewage.
Wastewater pumps can be implemented for pumping at purification plants, pumping from septic tanks, rainwater pits along roads and for pumping grey wastewater with no content of toilet matter.
Wastewater pumps are specifically designed for the pressurised pumping of sewage and wastewater containing destructible solids and some may be installed in a dry or submerged installation.
Applications for Wastewater Pumps
Wastewater pumps are installed for domestic municipal, industrial and commercial effluent and wastewater applications.
Types of Wastewater Pumps
Submersible pumps consist of a pump body with a hermetically sealed motor attached to it. This allows the pump to be safely submerged in fluids without compromising the motor.
Submersible pumps are used in nearly all industries including Mining, Oil & Gas, Commercial, Food Processing, Industrial, Medical / Hospitals, Municipal, Petro-Chemical, Water Supply & Water Treatment, Residential.