PUMPS

Water treatment plants perform an essential function for the communities they serve. Making sure that these facilities operate at maximum efficiency without unexpected downtime can provide added protection for the environment and the most practical solutions for small towns and large cities alike. Companies that offer industrial pump services can maintain and provide replacement parts for water treatment systems to ensure that industrial pumps continue to function properly. Here are some of the most common types ofin our area.

Types of Water Treatment Pump

Centrifugal Pumps

As the name implies, these pumps make use of a centrifugal force to create sufficient velocity to displace the fluid through the system. Centrifugal pumps come with rotating impellers. These are parts that resemble a mechanical fan. It has a small intake and a large outlet.

Highlights of a centrifugal pump that makes it ideal for wastewater treatments:

    • Simple and straightforward design that makes it practical to operate
    • The moving parts are highly durable, ensuring that your pumps last for long
    • Require minimal maintenance

Positive Displacement Pumps

These pumps make use of rollers, gears, impellers to displace fluid through the system. They are highly durable and are able to pump both liquids as well as slurries with lots of solid particles. The most popular type of positive displacement pumps are the diaphragm pumps. As the name states, these pumps have a chamber and a diaphragm membrane and are fitted with discharge valves.

Other Popular Types of Wastewater Pumps

There are plenty of wastewater pumps depending on the specific requirements of a particular application. Here are a few common ones:

Submersible Water Pumps

As the name suggests, these pumps are entirely submerged in the liquid they are displacing. They are mostly used to drain sewage or slurry. The pump is placed under the wastewater or sewage levels, and its operation is controlled with the help of level sensors.

While some submersible pumps can handle only liquids and are used to drain water from trash pumps and sumps, others can handle solid sewage as well.

High-Pressure Pumps

These pumps employ axial piston principle and have a compact and light design. They can either be variable delivery pumps or fixed displacement pumps.

 

Water Pressure Booster Pumps

As the name indicates, these pumps are used in wastewater treatment plants to control and boost water pressure

 

 

Agitator Pumps

This type of pumps supplies kinetic energy along the pump intake.

 

Circulation pumps

These pumps are used when you need to keep the slurry moving through the treatment plant.

Progressive Cavity Pumps

Here, in these pumps, storage tanks or pipelines are used to transfer fluids and slurry from the suction area to the discharge area.

Apart from these, there are several other types of pumps used in wastewater treatment like mixed flow pumps, lift stations, and trash pumps.