Wastecorp diaphragm pump for solids dandling
Wastecorp Pumps, manufacturer of the Mud Sucker® diaphragm pump, has a pump that simplifies the transfer of wastewater, dirty water, slurry and more.
The Mud Sucker’s products – the 2B-EC and 2B-M – are two-inch pumps equipped with a ball valve to crush solids and transfer up to 20 GPM of tough slurry.
The Mud Sucker 2B-EC is available with an electric, hydraulic or pneumatic drive system. The pump features a marine grade aluminum pump body with steel frame and can be mounted almost anywhere. The 2B-EC features a seven-inch diaphragm with an exclusive contoured velocity channel to enhance the movement of liquid. The standard drive is a one HP, 1800 RPM, 3-phase-60 Hz 110/220V motor. DC and single-phase motors are also available. A wheel kit and accessories are also available for the 2B-EC.
For engine driven pump needs, the Mud Sucker 2B-M offers powerful performance, including a three HP Honda® GX-100 engine. The 2B-M is available with a 1.5- or two-inch connection to meet specific industry needs.
Mud Sucker diaphragm pumps are heavy-duty pumps designed for municipal and industrial applications. Mud Sucker’s are available in more than 150 single or double diaphragm models with capacities ranging from 20 to 230 US GPM.
Hydroflo Pumps opens additional U.S. facility
Hydroflo Pumps USA Inc., a pump manufacturer, recently unveiled another domestic assembly facility in Grand Island, Neb., plus its first international assembly facility in David, Panama. These plants will assemble and distribute Hydroflo’s entire line of vertical and submersible turbines, including the company’s newest Zero Lead Pump. The announcement marks the company’s sixth and seventh facilities.
Headquartered in Fairview, Tenn., Hydroflo operates additional assembly facilities in Indiana, Arkansas, Texas, California, Nebraska and Panama.