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New self-priming wastewater pumps with corrosion resistance

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Hydro Innovations announces the availability of a new range of wastewater pumps from Gorman-Rupp, featuring a stainless steel construction for superior corrosion resistance.

The Gorman-Rupp Super T Series self-priming centrifugal wastewater pumps are made using CD4MCu, a duplex stainless steel with greater corrosion resistance and up to 50% more hardness than 316 grade stainless steel. This makes the material ideal for pumping water with corrosive and abrasive properties. The new pumps are suitable for flows from 5 l/s up to 200 l/s and for pressures up to 40 metres.

Gorman-Rupp’s Super T series wastewater pumps are perfect for pumping solids laden flows with most models (100mm discharge and larger) able to handle spherical solids up to 76mm in diameter. The stainless steel pumps can also handle stringy materials such as rags and wet-wipes because of their self-cleaning wear plate system. Additionally, the pump’s large removable inspection cover plate allows quick and safe access for operators when removing bigger items such as blankets and towels.

Designed for ease of use and safe operation, Gorman-Rupp’s Super T series self priming wastewater pumps can be mounted high and dry above wet wells up to 7.6 metres, making them accessible for maintenance or repair. Operators can also safely work on self priming pumps because they can access them without having to open wet well hatches, which would otherwise expose them to working at heights and working over water. This also eliminates the need for users to employ lifting devices or cranes to retrieve pumps.

Gorman-Rupp’s Super T series wastewater pumps are used for pumping brine solutions or wastewater containing corrosive chemicals.

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