Submersible Sewage Pump

Submersible Sewage Dredging Pump Jkd Series

In past few decades industrial manufacturing sector has grown with a rapid pace leading to higher living standards. This has also led to major problem by form industrial effluent and household sewage. Vast quantities of waste water have damaged the eco system and polluted our water source to a great extent. Toshio Technology has been making every endeavor in developing the waste water treatment equipment. In addition to waste water pumps and sewage pumps, the company has developed submersible aerator for efficient treatment rate of waste water. These aerators have been widely used in domestic and overseas waste water treatment plants.

Toshio offers multiple product option for sewage transfer application. Depending upon size and type of sewage treatment plant customer can select sewage pump from 0.5hp to 100 hp. Solid size can be upto 100mm depending on capacity of the motor.

Electric submersible pumps are multistage centrifugal pumps operating in a vertical position. Liquids, accelerated by the impeller, lose their kinetic energy in the diff user where a conversion of kinetic to pressure energy takes place. This is the main operational mechanism of radial and mixed flow pumps.

Application :-

Suitable for dredging, light sludge, building basement, hotel, factory, septic tank and cesspits.

Waste sludge handling

De-silting of waste collections ponds

Technical Data :-
Air Flow Range 100-1200 lpm
Max. Head -
Liquid Temp. -
Frequency 50/60 Hz
Spherical Clearance Upto 15 mm
MOC CI body, impeller and SS304 motor housing
Performance Curve :-

JKD Series - Submersible Dredging Pump

Range: 1/2HP - 7.5HP
Features :-

Vortex impeller with powerful agitator to prevent clogging operation.

Double mechanical seal provide reliable shaft sealing.

Automatic operation (Optional)

Wear-resistant, hydraulically or electrically driven dredge pump

The heavy duty design of the slurry pump ensures low maintenance and maximum up time.

Problems with inlet chocking and dewatering of the slurry can be avoided by using a combination of mechanical and hydraulic agitation

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