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Cut turbulence: reduce energy 1-2%
The idea is simple, but the effect is outstanding. When the pump runs inside a column pipe, the rubber Turbulence Optimiser™ expands and makes a seal. This creates a turbulence-free flow and reduces energy losses.
How do you handle sludge?
Slow inflow and low water levels in dry seasons can cause sludge problems. To keep the sump clean, install a small sludge pump in a separate, small pump sump within the main sump.
How to reduce cable size?
Consider a high voltage motor to reduce cable size in your pumping station setup. Motors are available from 220 to 6,600 volts.