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Lobe Pump Alternatives

The first visit to a wastewater treatment plant with lobe pumps was a shocker. $550,000 in replacement parts costs spent over the course of just 3-4 years. My response to the plant operator was, “you haven’t spent $550,000 in plunger pump parts over 30 years” so why is the consulting engineer specifying those types of pumps!”

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Your Water Trailer Options and Suggestions

Wastecorp is pleased to announce our water trailer pump products. Water trailers, (also referred to as  “water buffalo” or “water wagon”) provide fresh water distribution using a high pressure trash pump or diaphragm pump.  These water distribution systems are used to control dust on construction sites, cement cutting water needs, landscaping, paving companies, special venue water services and military water distribution needs. Water trailer also are available with components for NSF compliant drinking water applications used for special events like marathons and festivals, disaster relief and humanitarian assistance.

Water Trailer Tank Sizes

Wastecorp water trailers are available in sizes ranging from 150-5000 gallons directly from Wastecorp or qualified dealers in the USA or Canada. The best part is, your water trailer is manufactured by Wastecorp Pumps with hosing, check plate galvanized deck material and frame, so you’re getting a professional system by a professional ISO 9001 certified water trailer manufacturer.

Water Trailer Fill Options

Wastecorp water trailers can be filled by municipal fire hydrant, fresh water ponds or garden hose
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Pump Station Case Study

Grease Interceptor Pump Manufacturer.

Today’s Grease interceptor pumps for commercial applications like mall restaurants, hospitals, prisons, public works and theme parks must be designed with the latest controls, sensors and gauges to handle the volume of waste grease that is generated in these applications including cafeterias, restaurants, vehicle maintenance bays and general operations. Dependable and quality pumps are critical to read more