Shore Mounted Pressure Pumps

Farm effluent is changing. 

 

It now has to be lump free so that it passes through irrigation equipment more effectively, and sediment must be removed because it can block pipelines and wear pumps.

 

Consequently, the need for large clearance centrifugal pumps that can handle dog chains, ear tags, and paint can tops has gone. This allows the use of positive displacement pumps with special characteristics.  In particular, progressing cavity (PC) pumps supply the same flow to each hydrant on the farm so that irrigator performance is identical at each location.

 

They can handle high pressures (up to 120 metres head) and use about half the power of a centrifugal solids pump.

 

Effluent and Irrigation recommends PC pumps that have desirable features such as a high centre of eccentricity, lower running speeds with lower wear, higher solids passage, inspection hatches for ease of servicing and affordable spare parts.

Advantages

• Constant, regular output to any hydrant point for consistent irrigator performance (and consistent nutrient application).


• Low power consumption and higher overall efficiencies
 

• Pumping heads up to 120 metres delivers effluent to high sections of the farm and / or at distance.
 

• Self-priming from the shore - no need for pontoons / walkways etc.

Disadvantages

• To limit wear must run grit-free and should not be allowed to run dry.

We are here to help.

The Team at Effluent & Irrigation Design understands the concerns relating to how much work managing a dairy farm and its systems can be. 

We are here to help you. 

 

Get in touch today.  

Call now:  0800 856 54   or   (07) 846 0183

Or leave us a message on our contact form and we will get in touch as soon as we can. 

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