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Pumps And Dewatering Equipment: Equipment Spotlight
Thompson Pump & Mfg.
The new Compact pump series boast the benefits of a smaller compact size, lighter weight, fewer parts, less maintenance and lower price. The Thompson Compact pump is 35 percent smaller and 20 percent lighter but offers the same performance as a standard size pump with 24-hour run time fuel tank. Available in the most common diesel-drive portable pump sizes of 4 and 6 inches, the Compact series offers an economical alternative to similar sized portable pumps – a significant savings compared to standard compressor-assisted pumps. The Compact pump series includes the Enviroprime system, which keeps the pumpage from discharging into the environment. It also has automatic start/stop and Silent Knight sound attenuation. 800.767.7310, thompsonpump.com
Rain for Rent
The HH-125c 4-inch pump is designed to produce high flow and high discharge head for various applications such as dewatering mines and quarries. The HH-125c also functions as a force main sewer bypass pump and handles solids to 3-inch diameter. Capable of flows to 1,525 gpm and 325-foot discharge head, this pump is ideal for high head applications. With hydraulic efficiency at 78 percent, this pump moves more water at a lower cost per gallon pumped. Mounted on a galvanized trailer or skid to protect against rust and corrosion, this equipment has a nearly maintenance free surface. An electric motor driven option is also available. 800.742.7246, www.rainforrent.com
Grindex Pumps offers professional dewatering pumps from 0.6 to 140 hp, capacities up to 5,000 gpm and 750 feet. With built-in controls, SMART Motor protection and air valve for dry running, the Grindex pumps will not run backwards, will not single phase and will not overheat. We call it “Trouble Free Dewatering”. 708.781.2135, grindex.com/us