Posts Tagged ‘clogging’

KSB: New impeller combines reliability and efficiency

Monday, March 14th, 2016 von admin

KSB_DFmax-Laufrad_01The newly developed free-flow impeller for waste water pumps will be the trade fair highlight showcased by KSB at this year’s Ifat in Munich. The F-max impeller now incorporates different distances between its blades, which are arranged in groups with two small and two large distances. Thanks to this asymmetrical blade arrangement, the F-max offers impressively wide free passages ensuring that even larger rigid solids pass easily and are reliably handled by the pump.

A further focus for KSB’s engineers when designing the blades was their ability to create a swirl in the hub area. This swirling effect shifts fibres away from the impeller hub and transports them to the outside.

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Atlas Copco: Small pump range for the American market with 60Hz variants

Monday, February 10th, 2014 von admin

New additions to the Weda electric submersible pumps range are 1 HP and under, c-UL-us approved, 60Hz single-phase drainage, sludge and residual pumps. They come in two voltage variants, 115V and 230V, and join the 50Hz range.  Each of the Weda electric submersible pumps is now available in a 50Hz and a 60Hz version. The range consists of the Weda 04 and Weda 08 drainage pumps, the Weda 04B residual pump and the Weda 04S and 08S sludge/trash pumps.

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KSB at IFAT: Solids separation system

Friday, February 10th, 2012 von admin

At this year’s IFAT in Munich, KSB will present an innovative solids separation system allowing highly efficient waste water disposal in pumped drainage applications. New AmaDS³ is a combination of

  • a patented, dry-installed solids separation system and
  • two waste water pumps in back pull-out design.

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