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Landia’s chopper pump makes light work of sludges

Posted: Monday 8th May 2006

A submersible Landia chopper pump has enabled one of the UK’s main water companies to achieve faster and more efficient biogas production from its sludge digesters.

In a reception pit for septic sludge at this large wastewater treatment plant, Landia’s unique knife system means no costly clogging or breakdowns, because harsh solids from septic and primary sludge are macerated before entering the pump.

Designed and built with all the top quality hallmarks of Landia’s 70-plus years pump manufacturing experience, the highly durable chopper pump successfully deals with any thick sludges to ensure no downtime.

Available with motors ranging from 75kW to 18.5kW, the highly efficient chopper pump has a specially designed pump casing and impeller. This keeps the inlet opening free of impurities and produces the most effective pulverisation of particles, which often clog up weaker pumps, causing removal, cleaning, repair, inconvenience and lost production time.

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