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Vortex Impeller Pumps Solve Solids Handling Challenges.

Think about how effective the average toilet is…It creates a vortex action using water flow and pressure to quickly and efficiently dispose of human waste, sanitary products and the occasional dead goldfish.  The vortex energy found in the common toilet is the same kind of energy which makes our vortex impeller pumps perfect for handling stringy materials, rags, slurry and many types of solids and semi-solids.

Consider also, that engine driven hydraulics powering a motor atop our submersible pumps magnify this vortex effect, creating an even more effective pumping system.  Using any vortex type impeller submersible pump will help eliminate the clogging which sometimes occurs in channel impeller pumps.  In addition our vortex pumps do well when pumping sludge, sewage, silt and even the occasional goldfish.