Avoid pump clogging:
REMOVE SETTLED SOLIDS WITH EJECTOR
In waste water facilities, domestic and industrial waste water undergoes treatment. Also rainwater collected by the City’s sewages is processed and cleaned before it is returned into the surrounding waterways.
Treatment of waste water is a complex procedure; from the primary stages of cleaning in the process of removing solids, particles and larger objects through to the last disinfection of the water before it is released again for re-use.
Settling tanks are used in the primary treatment process to separate the settleable solids from the water.
Settling solids, the sludge, holds sand grit and larger items that clog the pumping system and ultimately wear out the pump. By installing an ejector prior to the main pump, costly maintenance of the pump can be prevented.
Ejectors have no moving parts and allow unobstructed transport of impurities such as settled solids.
As a plant operator, engineer, design consultant or waste water facility manager, you want to optimize your processes to run as effectively as possible.
Contact us and learn more about our S-type Ejector, designed for sewage usage and our full range of ejectors here.
Not sure how an Ejector works? Get the basics in the video here.