Article | November 6, 2020

Evaluating Low-HP Pump Technology To Run Cool In Hot Environments

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Utilities, consulting engineers, and OEMs concerned about protecting low-horsepower pumps against overheating in ‘dry-pit’ (non-submerged pump) applications appreciate new designs that can negate historic problems prone to cause excessive pump maintenance or premature replacement. While all submersible pumps rely primarily on the pumped fluid for cooling, certain designs can better tolerate today’s debris-laden wastewater to keep processes flowing without costly workarounds. Here’s how.

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