Hi, the DPW for LA City is looking for a more productive way to pump out septic waste and dirty standing water and then rinse the area after use. We would preferably want one pump and tank system to do the job.
“We are using Aod pumps side by side at our manufacturing facility to pump jelly type slurry wastewater and waste oil or a combination of that. These AOD pumps are costing us $1000 to $2000 a piece to rebuild. They provide poor performance and the energy costs are ridiculous. This is the 21st century, there has to be a better alternative!! What can Wastecorp offer? Tim K. - Everett, Washington
Our client is currently using progressive cavity pumps in a food waste to energy application. The problem is the seafood shells and other abrasive matter are destroying the rotors and costing the facility a fortune in repair costs. They are fed up and want another alternative. You were referred to us by another client who has used your plunger pumps with success for this application and suggested I call you.
Lately, Wastecorp has been receiving an influx of concerned phone calls from ranchers and farmers looking for portable water transportation systems to manage rainfall shortages across wide areas of farmland and grazing fields. In some areas of the Western United States and parts of Western Canada, drought like conditions is affecting everything from fruit and vegetable production to livestock numbers
As pump equipment vendors for the Federal Bureau of Prisons in the USA and the Correctional Service of Canada, Wastecorp encounters numerous wastewater handling applications for penitentiaries, jails and correctional facilities on the state, local, federal and provincial levels. Amazingly, project engineers tell us that pump equipment for prisons is not well served.
Wastecorp went right to work for HP designing and manufacturing two Mud Sucker 3B Series Professional diaphragm pumps to pump cooling tower condenser water, also called backwash pumps. The pumps were designed to continuously pump the condenser water between 60-80°F. In keeping with HP’s goal of exploring new strategies for reducing the environmental impact of next-generation data centers Wastecorp designed the mud Sucker with energy saving Siemens 3 phase motors and Sew Eurodrive gear boxes. Hp’s Mud Sucker’s were designed in an inline-piping configuration to save space at the facility. Santoprene diaphragms were included to help maximize component life with higher temperature liquids being constant.
Diaphragm pump technology for wastewater pumping, waste oil, septic and food processing applications has advanced. Wastecorp, a designer and manufacturer of diaphragm pumps, has invested in R&D to build better diaphragm pumps.
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.
The show was to kick off Wastecorp’s 2015 promotional campaign with its Sludge Pro Double Disc Pumps, Mud Sucker Diaphragm Pumps, Trash Flow Trash Pumps and Sludge Master Plunger Pumps. The NEWEA annual conference in January involves many of Wastecorp’s nearby Wastewater Treatment Facilities in Plymouth, Providence, City of Boston, Sandwich, City of New Haven