Pumping corrosive wastewater with CD4MCu pumps

Wastewater exposes pumps to high levels of corrosive liquids, leading to
shorter lifespans and higher expenditure on repairs and maintenance.

Gorman-Rupp’s self-priming Super T Series pumps, available from Hydro Innovations in Australia, deliver excellent service in wastewater pumping
applications. These wastewater pumps are not only easy to access and maintain, but
can handle solid particles including stringy materials such as rags.

Gorman-Rupp also offers these pumps in CD4MCu, a duplex stainless steel that
offers higher corrosion resistance than 316 stainless steel, and is up to 50%
harder, making it the ideal material for pumping corrosive solids-laden
wastewater.

Gorman-Rupp’s self-priming pumps in CD4MCu can be mounted up to 7.6
metres above the wastewater, keeping the pumps in a dry place and making them
easier and safer to access. With no cranes or confined space access required,
clearances are adjusted in minutes and repairs can be carried out by relatively
untrained personnel.

While coating wastewater pumps is seen as a solution to prevent
corrosion, it’s only temporary, the appearance of ‘cracks’ being an early
indication that the coating has failed.

Contact Hydro Innovations at (02) 9898 1800 or email sales@hydroinnovations.com.au if you would like to attend free training.

Watch Gorman-Rupp Ultra V Series Self Priming
Pump in action.

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