Pumps And Dewatering Equipment

July 2010 Vol. 65 No. 7
Rain for Rent’s 6-inch HH-150 stainless steel Power Prime pump.

Multiquip
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Multiquip’s diaphragm pumps are ideal for the slow seepage applications where a centrifugal pump would ordinarily lose its prime. They are perfect for muddy water, sludge or any water with a high percentage of solids. The model MQD2H 2" pumps up to 50 gallons per minute and has a maximum lift of 25 feet. It is driven by a 3.5-hp Honda gasoline engine. The MQD2H easily switches from inline to transverse flow
800.421.1244, www.multiquip.com

ITT Flygt Water & Wastewater
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The 2600 series of dewatering pumps include six models with output ranges of 1.2 to 27 hp. The pumps feature innovative hydraulics, fewer components, new materials and an ergonomic design. The patented DuraSpin hydraulic system improves wear resistance and sustains performance over time. A single screw enables easy adjustment for maximum pump performance. 203.380.4700, www.flygtus.com

Allegro Industries
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Five models of dewatering and sludge pumps offer continuous operation at low water levels and extended dry runs without overheating the motor. These portable, submergible pumps are excellent for manholes, vaults, construction sites and all dewatering needs. The DC Submersible Dewatering Pump is a totally enclosed, submersible dewatering unit. Watertight o-ring seals keep pump’s internal parts completely dry and it delivers up to 43 gpm for rapid dewatering and instant prime. It can operate on any 12-volt truck or automobile battery, and the low 30 AMP draw allows for an hour of operation without starting the engine. 800.622.3520, www.allegrosafety.com

Griffin Pump & Equipment
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A complete line of electric submersible pumps (clean water, gray water or trash-laden effluent) is available from Griffin Pump. 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. The self-priming pumps come in 120-volt single phase or 460-volt phase 3. The pumps compact design makes for easy handling in tight working areas. 866.770.8100, www.griffinpump.com