When paint production facilities require pumping equipment to transfer paint there are a number of factors that should be considered. From understanding the abrasives in the paint to the configuration of your production floor here are some tips to keep in mind:
Getting the most of your honey wagon pump out system will help you maximize your day-to-day productivity. In the video above you will see how to use the honey wagon to pump both into and out of the tank with the same pump. You will also see how easy it is to change the direction of flow when needed.
Older diaphragm pump parts can be difficult to find and repair kits or overhauls even trickier. However, a few steps can help you identify the components you need to get your pump up and running again. Replacement diaphragms are the easiest to match. We come across Mud Sucker, Home Lite, Mud Hog, AMT, Tsurumi, Multiquip, Wacker and Honda diaphragm pumps all the time that we can match. Repair kits like pump rods, covers, flapper valves and gaskets might be a bit tougher.
When consulting engineers’ and facility operators begin to plan an upgrade for their sewage treatment plants most are considering four primary pumps: Plunger pump technology, rotary lobe pumps, progressive cavity and double disc pumps.
Wastecorp has released updated pump brochures and buyers guides for our marina, campground or commercial marine customers just in time for the height of the season. The new literature includes sample installations and a host of new products like honey wagons designed to help get these jobs done faster than ever before. You can download the brochures or request by mail.
We operate a saltwater marina and offer a sewage pump out service to our customers. We currently have a peristaltic pump out system but we are looking for something less complicated and more user friendly. We send the pumped out sewage through a magnetic flow meter, up to shore and to the public utility. We are billed by the utility based on our flow meter readings.
Wastecorp’s Mud Sucker diaphragm pumps are now available in Chile with distribution in Santiago, Iquique, Talcahuano and Villarrica. In cooperation with Zebol S.A., a Chilean pump distribution company with 20 years of experience, Wastecorp has been reaching the oil refinery market with emphasis on the Mud Sucker B Series.
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When it comes time to update your wastewater pump system especially for mobile applications you should know your options. There are a range of products available with components designed for your specific application.