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Wastecorp Launches New Trash Pumps

Contributed by: PumpScout Staff

Wastecorp Pumps, a leading global manufacturer of diaphragm pumps, trash pumps, and plunger pumps, recently unveiled its new engine driven trash pump product line. The TFCC-ML Series and TFCC-ME Series exist under the Wastecorp Trash Flow brand. The company attributes its steady growth to its commitment to a constantly improving pump design that strives to provide increasingly better solutions.

"At Wastecorp, our pump design team is always hungry for developing new solutions to tackle the old problem of pumping wastewater with our trash pumps, diaphragm pumps and plunger pumps," says Marc Johnson , chief pump designer at Wastecorp Pumps. "Our latest Trash Flow trash pump products are the most exciting ever. We now offer vacuum prime assist options, sound dampening acoustical huts and mechanical seal options, all providing pump users with more options than ever before to get the most advanced pump on the market to pump dirty liquids."

The Trash Flow ML Series is an engine driven trash pump line designed for rental pump companies and construction pump customers. The trash pump is available with either a 4” or 6” connection and can handle fluids from 460-1185 US gallons per minute (GPM). Other pump options include a variety of engine brands and skid-mounted versus trailer-mounted models. The ML series is currently sold in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe and the UAE.

The Trash Flow ME Series is designed for heavy duty fluid handling applications in municipal and industrial pump markets. The TFCC-ME Series is available in 3", 4", 6", 8", 10" and 12" sizes and can handle fluids from 450-5500 GPM. Add-ons include vacuum prime assist for pumping through long suction lines and sound attenuated huts for noise reduction in residential areas. As with the ML Series, the pump engines are available through multiple manufacturers and customers can choose either skid-mounted or trailer-mounted models. The ME Series also features computer balanced impellers for solids handling applications, silicone carbide mechanical seals and adjustable wear plate carriers for easy operator maintenance.


Source: PRNewsWire.com