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You Don't Have to Sacrifice High Efficiency for Reliability

The development engineers at KSB have not only improved the operating reliability of the proven waste water hydraulic systems but also increased the pump’s hydraulic efficiency. KSB introduces the new generation KRT with the new Max impellers.
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Topics: Wastewater

Variable Frequency Drive in Wastewater Treatment Stations

Topics: Wastewater

Part 3 of the Series on Global Wastewater Challenges

Operating a wastewater facility is no easy task in today’s world. There are many challenges that owners / operators face, including sewage composition, water consumption, and an aging infrastructure. In the case of sewage composition, the composition of wastewater can be very..

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Topics: Wastewater

Hard Iron versus Cast Iron Impellers for Non-Clog Sewage Pumps

When specifying the impeller material for a non-clog sewage pump, how do you know whether to select cast iron or hard iron material? Usually, a hard iron material is only required if your non-clog pump utilizes a semi-open impeller. A semi-open impeller does not have a shroud..

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Topics: Wastewater

Chopping or Cutting: what is the best method in handling difficult waste water applications?

Part 2 of 6 Series - Chopping or Cutting: what is the best method in handling difficult waste water applications?

While chopper or cutter pumps are often specified for difficult waste water applications, it is important for end users and engineers to consider the whole..

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Topics: Wastewater

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