SLUDGE TRANSFER AND SLURRY PUMP
Sludge is generally considered to be a waste slurry generated by an industrial or sewerage treatment process. Sludge can vary widely with regard to its liquids and solids composition. Some sludge may appear to be nothing more than slightly “tainted” water, while other are so thick with solids that it may appear that we can walk on them.
Sludge often contains abrasive matter such as grit, sand, gravel, nuts & bolts, condoms, tampons, hazardous chemicals, waste oils, ores and minerals and other just plain hard to handle materials.
Our EMMERICH AND EMS SLUDGE PUMPS are designed to handle “tough to handle” sludge pumping. We can transfer sludge to a tank 20 feet away or a tank 20 miles away. Our pumps “suck” the sludge from a 30 foot deep pit or basin, and we can feed sludge to a filter press to pressures of 300 psi and 4 floors upstairs.
Our pumps CANNOT feasibly pump all sludge, but we DO pump the sludge other pumps cannot.
SLURRY PUMPING INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS:
- Delicate Shear Sensitive
- Energy & Power Plants
- Filter Press Feed
- Food Products
- Steel Works
- Tailings: Coal, Ore
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