Case Study

WWTP Reaches Clog-Free Operation With Self-Cleaning Impellers

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As with many plants modified for activated sludge treatment, the existing infrastructure at the Adams Field Wastewater Treatment Plant in Little Rock, AR, allowed rags and other debris to clog the impellers of the submersible pumps. One of the plant’s two 15-horsepower pumps was replaced with an 18-horsepower RAS submersible pump with a self-cleaning impeller, virtually eliminating the clogging problem by simply pumping away any debris that reaches the pump intakes.

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