Sewage pumps are special pumps used in sewage systems where wastewater is collected. These pumps are often used to transport domestic or industrial wastewater into sewer systems. Some key features are:
Wastewater Carrying Capacity: They generally have the capacity to carry large amounts of wastewater. They ensure that domestic or industrial wastewater is effectively taken into the pump and transmitted to the sewage system.
Ability to Transport Solid Particles: They have the ability to transport solid particles or undissolved waste in waste water. This may vary depending on the content of the wastewater.
Durability and Corrosion Resistance: They must be resistant to chemicals and other harmful substances contained in wastewater. It is important that they are made of corrosion-resistant materials.
Submersible Type or Surface Type: Some may be submersible type, that is, pumps operating in the wastewater, and some may be surface type, that is, pumps located on the surface of the wastewater.
Automatic Control Systems: Some models work automatically by monitoring water levels and automatically turn on or off when they fall below a certain level.
This type of pumps are generally used in domestic and industrial areas in cities, on the lower floors of buildings or in low-lying areas. They are considered an important component for the effective and continuous operation of sewer systems.