Industrial Wastewater Pumps

Apart from the use of industrial wastewater pumps and tanks in various industries, wastewater purification tanks are a common sight at almost all residential and commercial towers nowadays. Considering the increasing awareness on reducing water consumption and wastage, water is recycled, purified and pumped back into washrooms for further use. However, wastewater is likely to have many organic solid particles, chemicals, rags, and so on. Hence it needs a water treatment pump which can pump water at the required rate along with all the solid waste, before it is sent for purification. This is where progressive cavity pumps can out perform other pumps. MXQ is a trusted supplier of a variety of progressive cavity wastewater treatment pumps for the water and wastewater industry, and has a huge inventory of their spare parts as well, such as stators, rotors, gaskets, and bearings.

Get a Quote

Featured Products

Progressive cavity pumps are the right type of wastewater treatment pumps for this sector, considering the consistency and the substances afloat in wastewater. Progressive cavity pumps can withstand harsh chemicals and abrasive fluids along with solids present in them. They prevent clogging and the damage caused by the same.

Selecting the right type of pump for your wastewater treatment plant is crucial bcause if it overflows or spills, it may cause damage to the surrounding environment. Our MXQ EH model progressive cavity pumps are extremely reliably and have been successfully used by many municipal corporations in their wastewater treatment plants.

Our progressive cavity pumps can withstand large amounts of sediments, sludge, and organic matter in septic tanks, which may even contain abrasive chemicals transferred out from industries. Apart from that, here are some of the beneficial features of MXQ progressive cavity pumps:

  • They have a minimal pulsation rate and excellent suction capabilities.
  • They are highly efficient and have self-priming capabilities.
  • Our pumps can transfer slurries at a consistent rate, stable pressure, and in a gentle manner if required.
  • They guarantee high standards of quality, reliability and durability irrespective of the sediment types.
  • Progressive cavity pumps handle media with minimal shear or turbulence.
  • They have relatively low rates of wear and tear and can withstand abrasion.
  • They are easy to install and have a good operational flexibility.

Water purification and recycling is done in three stages— primary treatment, secondary treatment, and tertiary treatment. Pumps are used to transfer water from collection bodies to the treatment plant. Also, pumps are used to supply water in the vicinity or in the storage tank after purification. There are many application areas in the water and wastewater industry where progressive cavity pumps can be effectively used:

  • Industrial wastewater: Industries such as chemical, food processing, pharmaceutical, petroleum, and so on release many chemicals as byproducts into nearby bodies of water. This can be harmful for the environment, as well as toxic for all living organisms in the vicinity. Hence, such water needs to be purified to nullify the harmful effects. This water is transferred through industrial wastewater pumps.
  • Water recycling tanks: This entails purifying and recycling used water to make it available in washrooms. At both stages, before and after purification, pumps are required. This water is also used for plants and is recirculated through fountains.
  • Sedimentation tanks: Wastewater treatment is done at three levels— primary, secondary and tertiary. Progressive cavity pumps are used to handle sedimentation in all of these levels. Our progressive cavity pumps can withstand challenges such as pumping the settled solids at the bottom of sedimentation tanks to the sludge treatment unit.
  • Solid Processing: The solids removed during the primary and secondary levels of treatment require further processing for a safe disposal. Safety is crucial here as the sediments may contain several bacteria and decayed organic matter. These pumps help in processing these solids and transferring them either to the incineration unit or turning them into bio fertilizers.