Slurry Pump Manufacturers
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If you need to move any thick, heavy, or solid-filled slurries or sludge through a piping system, you likely need some type of slurry pump. There are several different types that can work for your application, but which one is right for you?
First, we recommend taking a look at our pump types guide. This should give you a pretty good idea of what type of pump options that are available. Next, we recommend connecting with a few slurry pump manufacturers. A manufacturer can help analyze your system requirements to determine the right slurry pump types and size for your application.
PumpScout works with several suppliers. We have listed a few below, but you can also use the search module to the right of this page to connect with additional companies.
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Slurry pumps are useful in lots of different industries, including agricultural facilities, wastewater treatment plants, mining, and mineral processing factories. Because of the types of materials they handle, they are built with very durable materials to handle abrasive fluids for long periods of time without wearing.
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Graco introduces a new hose pump that uses a single, oversized roller that compresses a low friction hose through a full 360-degrees of rotation. This design can put 40% less stress on the hose compared to conventional shoe pumps running at the same flow rate. The pump also has 50% more fluid flow per revolution than C-shape positive displacement pumps.