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Large range of industrial waste water pumps

Waste water pumps are used for a wide variety of dirty, or non-fresh, water applications including dewatering, lime water, raw water drainage and storm and flood water. By nature, waste water is usually contaminated and dirty, and therefore waste water transfer pumps need to be able to cope with some degree of solids depending upon what may be present in the application at hand. Examples include water drainage pumps for extracting water from rivers, lakes and reservoirs as well as surface water pumps for the pumping away of flood water.

Process waste water pumps are used to transfer water left over from a manufacturing or industrial process, which may contain small amounts of oil, chemical residue or small shards of metal or plastic. These waste water pumps are commonly of centrifugal or submersible design thanks to their high flow capabilities and ability to deal with a small amount of particles likely to be present. For more extreme waste water application such as the handling of sewage and on-site water, a peristaltic pump or progressive cavity pump is often a more popular choice due to the high level of solids of the pumping medium. 

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Waste water pumps are used for a wide variety of dirty, or non-fresh, water applications including dewatering, lime water, raw water drainage and storm and flood water. By nature, waste water is usually contaminated and dirty, and therefore waste water transfer pumps need to be able to cope with some degree of solids depending upon what may be present in the application at hand. Examples include water drainage pumps for extracting water from rivers, lakes and reservoirs as well as surface water pumps for the pumping away of flood water.

Process waste water pumps are used to transfer water left over from a manufacturing or industrial process, which may contain small amounts of oil, chemical residue or small shards of metal or plastic. These waste water pumps are commonly of centrifugal or submersible design thanks to their high flow capabilities and ability to deal with a small amount of particles likely to be present. For more extreme waste water application such as the handling of sewage and on-site water, a peristaltic pump or progressive cavity pump is often a more popular choice due to the high level of solids of the pumping medium. 

To read our waste water pump case studies, choose from the following:
Power Plant ArchitectLeisure Yacht.

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Azcue CA Close Coupled Self Priming Centrifugal Pump

Azcue CA Close Coupled Self Priming Centrifugal Pump

  • Up to 300M³H
  • Max. Head 105M
  • Max. Temp 130°C
  • DN1.25” - DN150 Outlet
Azcue VRX Vortex Impeller Vertical Immersion Pump

Azcue VRX Vortex Impeller Vertical Immersion Pump

  • Up to 500M³H
  • Max. Head 30M
  • Max. Temp 100°C
  • DN50 - 200 Outlet
Azcue VRX Vortex Impeller Close Coupled Centrifugal Pump

Azcue VRX Vortex Impeller Close Coupled Centrifugal Pump

  • ​Up to 500M³H
  • Max. Head 30M
  • Max. Temp 100°C
  • DN50 - DN200 Outlet
Azcue MN Close Coupled Centrifugal Pump

Azcue MN Close Coupled Centrifugal Pump

  • Up to 500M³H
  • Max. Head 100M
  • Max. Temp 120°C
  • DN32 - DN150 Outlet
Azcue AN Long Coupled Centrifugal Pump

Azcue AN Long Coupled Centrifugal Pump

  • ​Up to 700M³H
  • Max. Head 100M
  • Max. Temp 190°C
  • DN32 - DN150 Outlet
Azcue BOB Long Coupled Centrifugal Pump

Azcue BOB Long Coupled Centrifugal Pump

  • Up to 2000M³H
  • Max. Head 150M
  • Max. Temp 120°C
  • DN100 - DN250 Outlet
Boyser AMP-10/B Peristaltic Pump

Boyser AMP-10/B Peristaltic Pump

  • Up to 2.4lpm
  • Max Head 80M
  • 3/8”
  • Solids up to 10mm
Boyser RBT-100 Peristaltic Pump

Boyser RBT-100 Peristaltic Pump

  • Up to 600lpm
  • Max Head 150M
  • 4”
  • Solids up to 100mm
Tsurumi HS Series Submersible Pump

Tsurumi HS Series Submersible Pump

  • Up to 18.6M³H
  • Max. Head 18M
  • Max. Temp 40°C
  • 50 - 80 mm Outlet
  • 7 mm Free Passage
Tsurumi KTV Series Submersible Pump

Tsurumi KTV Series Submersible Pump

  • Up to 58.8M³H
  • Max. Head 35M
  • Max. Temp 40°C
  • 50 - 80 mm Outlet
  • 8.5 mm Free Passage
Tsurumi C Series Submersible Pump

Tsurumi C Series Submersible Pump

  • Up to 165M³H
  • Max. Head 47M
  • Max. Temp 40°C
  • 50 - 100 mm Outlet
  • 60 mm Free Passage
Tsurumi LSC Series Submersible Pump

Tsurumi LSC Series Submersible Pump

  • Up to 10.2M³H
  • Max. Head 11M
  • Max. Temp 40°C
  • 25 - 50 mm Outlet
  • 6 mm Free Passage

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