Sludge Pump Manufacturers
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Sludge pumps are primarily used to process and move waste fluids with high solids content. There are many different types of pumps used in sludge applications. To determine the right pump type and size we recommend connecting with a sludge pump manufacturer.
A manufacturer can help analyze your system requirements (including head, flow, fluid characteristics, etc.) to determine the right type and size for your application.
PumpScout has partnered with dozens of suppliers. Below is a list, but we also recommend entering your criteria in search module to the right of this page to connect with additional pump companies.
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Sludge pumps are commonly used in municipal sewage treatment applications, as well as in mining, construction, agriculture, or industrial applications in which heavy waste fluids are processed. They generally need to have a high-powered mechanism to move fluids that are often very heavy and sometimes viscous and full of volatile or corrosive content.
Some sludge pumps are progressive cavity pumps, which utilize turning rotors to move a fluid through a series of cavities. Others are centrifugal pumps. Regardless of the type used, it’s important for the sludge pump is well-built and vacuum sealed, especially given the fact that many types of chemical and sewages waste can be harmful to humans.
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