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Adaptive N-Impeller Solves Clogging Issues For Small-Range Wastewater Pumps


Clogging is the most common problem in wastewater pumping and a particular issue for small pumps due to their limited hydraulic space. The consequences include increased energy consumption, additional maintenance and emergency call-outs, all of which result in higher operating costs. Wastewater pump manufacturers are continually striving to develop improved hydraulics that reduce clogging while maintaining high performance.

Adaptive N-impeller pumps can be installed in screened and unscreened sewage stations, pumping wastewater from households, commercial buildings, hospitals, schools, etc. They can also be used in industrial effluent and stormwater run-offs that may carry solids, fibers and other types of waste.

The design enables a marked improvement in pumping system stability, with reduced costs for energy consumption and unplanned maintenance.

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