A Northern NSW council was having chronic problems with their digester pump continually choking.
The pump would choke on a daily basis during its job of turning over the digester. They were using a Gorman-Rupp T3A3S-B self-priming sewage pump
A seawater pump was needed at Daydream Island to pump filtered seawater to the Living Reef on the North Side of the Daydream Island Resort. They needed a flow rate of 180m3/hour, and wanted this delivered by both pumps in a dual pump arrangement.
To do this with submersible pumps would have required the construction of a “wet well” with...
Due to the success of Venturi-Aeration aerators in North America and Europe, more and more farmers and food manufacturers in Australia are using Venturi-Aeration aerators to increase the value of their crops.
Interested in the history and evolution of Gorman Rupp’s industrial wastewater pumps?
These rugged dependable and quality wastewater pumps have been produced since 1933 and are available to Australian Industry from Hydro Innovations. Read more about it here
Surface aerators are often the “go to” machine for aeration of lagoons or basins. They come in several forms, with the most common being fast and slow speed “splasher” aerators, and draft tube aerators.
A soup production facility was looking to replace its unreliable surface aerators to save maintenance costs and improve efficiency at its facility. The facility environmental engineer installed the Hydro Innovations Venturi-Aeration solution, which has resulted in improved efficiency and cost savings.
A J Bush & Sons (Manufactures) is one of Australia’s largest east coast protein recovery providers, operating rendering and manufacturing plants in NSW and Qld. The plants specialise in processing animal by-products for the meat/butchery industry.
Industrial Pump Specialist, Garry Grant, explains the difference between Gorman-Rupp wastewater pumps and the competitor pumps. Garry explains all the features and benefits of Gorman-Rupp pumps and shows why they are the better option when choosing a wastewater pump.