Trash Pumps Articles

  • Large Diameter Impellers Make Trash Pumps More Versatile

    The introduction of these impellers allow for a higher range of discharge pressure. Pumps are available in many types—diaphragm, positive displacement and progressive cavity—but the most common is a centrifugal pump. Centrifugal pumps have an impeller that spins, transferring energy to the fluid by centrifugal force and directing the water to the discharge point within the ...

    By Griffin Dewatering

  • Safe, Effective Pumping: In order to understand safe operation, it’s necessary to understand the application first.

    Whether it comes to pumps on a construction site or in an industrial process, the number one goal is to make sure it is operating and running with minimal need of attention. But as with any other equipment, it’s necessary to understand the basic priniciples of safe operation in order for this to occur. In order to understand safe operation, it’s necessary to understand the application ...

    By Griffin Dewatering

  • How to Buy Right, Not Cheap

    Companies using solids-handling pumps as part of their processes know that even though the pumps are typically moving trash and other waste products, the type of equipment used can be a huge business decision. Most applications warrant more attention than simply choosing the first pump that pops out of a catalogue. Choosing the right one can save up-front costs, but, more importantly, it will ...

    By Gorman-Rupp Co.

  • Griffin offers wide range of versatile electric submersible pumps

    Griffin Pump and Equipment Inc. offers a complete line of electric submersible pumps. Whether it is clean water, gray water, or trash laden effluent, the company can provide the right pump for your application. Electric submersible pumps are available for flows as low as a few gallons per-minute to several hundred gallons per minute, with head conditions to several hundred feet. Electric ...

    By Griffin Dewatering

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