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PUMPING CORROSIVE WASTEWATER

26-06-2017
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Pumping wastewater is a tough job, but when it is corrosive, pumps often have short life cycles and can become expensive to maintain.

To combat this problem, Gorman-Rupp has designed its pumps to be as easy to maintain as possible, while also maximising their ability to handle wear that other pumps cannot.

Gorman-Rupp’s self-priming Super T Series pumps are excellent wastewater pumps, being easy to access and maintain, and able to handle solid particles including stringy materials such as rags; but a key feature is their avaliability in CD4MCu.

CD4MCu is a duplex stainless steel that is more corrosion resistant than 316ss and can be up to 50% harder, making it the ideal material for pumping corrosive, solids-laden wastewater.

Pumps are able to be mounted up to 7.6 metres above the wastewater, so pumps are “high and dry”, making them easier and safer to access. There are no cranes or confined spaces access required, clearances are adjusted in minutes and repairs can be carried out by relatively untrained personnel.

Gorman-Rupp Pumps - no worries...

Hydro Innovations
02 9898 1800
www.hydroinnovations.com.au

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