Pump tanks are concrete, fiberglass or polyethylene containers that collect wastewater to be dosed into the soil at intervals. There are several types of on-site wastewater distribution systems, which includes low-pressure dosing and subsurface drip and spray systems. It contains pump, which pushes the water out of the pump tank and in to the distribution system. It has an on and off pump control float, which allows electrical power to go to the pump when water in the tank reaches the normal dosing volume level. It must be watertight to prevent wastewater from seeping out and ground water from entering. There are two types of pumps, which include low head pumps and high-head pumps.
Pump Tube Strainer is designed to eliminate damage caused by particulates /contaminated liquids. It is available in polypropylene and stainless steel. The poly mesh and the stainless mesh are range from .78 x .078″ (19.8 mm x 1.98 mm).
Pumping assemblies are used for bulk transfer of flammable liquids. It consists of pump and engine assembly mounted on an oval aluminum base. The assembly has sections of suction and discharge hose, two 1 ½1/2-inch dispensing nozzles, a drum-unloaded suction stub, and two toolboxes containing tools and accessories. The pumping assembly is equipped with a carrying handle. It and fits into a rectangular aluminum box that can be used as a carrying case. The box has an oval inner compartment to hold the mounting base of the pump and engine assembly.