Pumping effluent isn’t the most glamorous of jobs and so that’s even more of a reason for making sure it’s done efficiently and reliably. So, you’ll want to make sure you have the right effluent pump for the job and that it’s in good condition and working well.
Effluent pumps may be used to empty large tanks or to store effluent for storage, treatment or processing. If you have the right equipment and maintain it properly, it’s a process you can largely forget about because it will happen consistently, correctly and with few problems. Get it wrong, however, and you’ll experience persistent problems and poor performance.
Effluent is often a free-flowing and relatively clear liquid waste because solids have settled out in a tank and been disposed of. However, sometimes it can contain solids or have materials that are sticky in nature or abrasive. These can tend to clog up pipes and equipment, causing blockages and failures that need to be dealt with.
Our ranges of pumps can deal with all types of effluents with different characteristics because they:
All the components for our effluent pumps in Australia are made from the highest quality materials and are sourced from proven and dependable manufacturers. And, because we assemble all pumps and packages individually, not only can we guarantee their quality, but we can ensure they are exactly right for a particular job. Every pump can, if necessary, be completely bespoke so it is exactly what is required for a specific application — right size, capacity and functionality.
Once your pump is installed and working, Remko pump suppliers can ensure it continues to operate efficiently and reliably through a programme of planned maintenance. At regular intervals, we will:
Regular and professional maintenance will ensure your high-quality effluent pump keeps working well for many years and will avoid breakdowns and repairs that can be costly and frustrating. If a problem does occur, however, our trained and experienced technicians will quickly identify the cause, carry out repairs and have you up and running again with minimal delay.