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Silent Pump Options for Municipal Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities

High head dry prime pumps for water treatment plants

Wastecorp has launched a high volume and high discharge head pumping solution for municipal water treatment facilities. The Trash Flow TFVH Series dry prime pump with high head capabilities is available in 6”x4”, 8”x6”,  10” x 8” and 12” x8”. This enable the pump operator to transfer water  and wastewater starting at  5400 GPM up to 12000 GPM. Maximum discharge head ranges from 450 ft. up to 720 ft. This enables water treatment plants located in areas with inclines, hills and mountains to effectively transfer water during bypass operations, WTP maintenance or water treatment facility expansions

 

Wastecorp offers trailer mounted and skid mounted models with an optional “Husher” sound attenuated enclosure to reduce noise levels in residential areas. Continuing Wastecorp’s tradition of using premium industry leading components, The Trash Flow TFVH Series is available with the customer’s choice of CAT diesel engines, John Deere, Deutz or Toshiba electric motors. Custom configured control panels with optional touch screens allows the operator state-of-the art control of the dry prime pump system. 80-120 gallon fuels tanks are available and optional float switches, non-collapsible hosing and fleet management solutions is also available.

 

Trash Flow TFVH-6×4

The Trash Flow TFVH-6×4 features a 6” suction and a 4” discharge with max capacity of 3000 GPM. The TFV-6×4 is capable of transferring up to 3” solids and maximum head of 490 ft. Engines are available up to 174 hp. This pump is ideal for mining application with higher discharge head requirements, construction sites and water treatment facilities. More information can be found at:

https://wastecorp.com/Products/Trash-Pumps-Dry-Prime/TFVH-4M-4-Inch-Dry-Prime-High-Head-Trash-Pump

 

 

Trash Flow TFVH-8×6

When pumping up to 5400 GPM and 450 ft. of head, Wastecorp Trash Flow TFVH elevates high volume pumping to the next level. With up to 3” solids handling capabilities and up to 450 HP engines, Municipal public works, mining and industrial applications have a trusted partner to get the job done. This dry prime pump includes an 8” suction and 6” discharge. More information on this pump can be found at:

https://wastecorp.com/Products/Trash-Pumps-Dry-Prime?product_id=400

 

 

Trash Flow TFVH-10×8 – Dry Prime Pump

The TFVH-10×8 is a powerful high head dry prime pump with water transfer capabilities up to 6500 GPM with up to 450 ft. of head. For applications with water containing solids the operator can pump up to 3.5” solids. Select engines up to 520 HP. Check out the link below for more information

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Airport Stormwater Pump Options

Storm Water Pump for Airports

At airports around the world, storm water gets mixed with jet fuel during storms and must be properly pumped and treated before returning into the waterways. Most airports have stormwater pumping stations to prevent flood damage, protect the water supply and capture runoff before returning to canals levee’s

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Oil Water Separator Pumps

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How to Pump Wet Wipes and Cooking Oil

In North America, municipal wastewater treatment operators routinely voice their concerns to Wastecorp about the use of wet pipes by the general public and then flushing them down the toilet. “Do you guys make a pump that can better handle the wet wipes” is a question Wastecorp frequently receives at our sludge pump call centers. Jim K. from Winston Salem North Carolina tells it like it is:

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