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Landia’s pumps pass acid-test at grass pelletting plant

Posted: Thursday 12th January 2012

Tough durable Chopper Pumps made by Landia have solved a serious wastewater problem at a grass pelletting plant.

The chloride-rich, high temperature grass residue had caused traditional cast-iron pumps to clog and then rapidly corrode.

Landia replaced the failing pumps with end-suction chopper pumps, producing the entire pump housing, impeller and knife system in acid-proof stainless steel.

Available in motors ranging from 3.0kW to 18.5 kW, Landia’s Chopper Pumps utilise their highly efficient knife system to keep the inlet completely free of impurities. Guide traces in the pump casing also ensure that no dry matter particles are caught in the pump.

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