Rotary lobe pumps

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Rotary lobe pumps

LobePro Rotary Pumps' G-series (General Use) and S-Series (Sludge, Mud, and Slurries) positive displacement rotary lobe pumps are suitable for pumping any WWTP sludge which has hard solids smaller than 1/8". The rotary lobe pumps are typically used to pump sludge to and from thickeners, separators (such as belt presses, centrifuges, and rotary presses), digesters and clarifiers. They handle flows from 8 gpm to 2000 gpm and pressures up to 150 psi. The customer can specify an in-line grinder, filter or knock-out tank should hard solids larger than 1/8" be present.

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