Apart from domestic use, Pompes Japy immersed pumps have numerous applications, particularly in the field of water sanitation, the agri-food industry, the agricultural industry and many other sectors that you can find here. Also, Japy pumps are used across the globe and in particular in developing countries.
When choosing a immersed drainage pump for waste water, you must first identify the type of water that will be pumped, size the equipment based on the volume of water to be discharged, taking into account the power, technical characteristics and length of the discharge pipe.
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Waste water, also referred to as “liquid effluents”, is polluted water. According to the research of bioengineering professor Franck Rejsek, urban waste water (ERU - eaux résiduaires urbaines) is water laden with soluble or insoluble pollutants, mainly originating from human activity. It is generally “classified” as follows:
For a simplified explanation of the various processes and technologies used in treating water, including a brief description of the main analyses used to ensure the quality of water and its treatability, please refer to the digital edition of the Memento Technique de l’eau for professionals in the field of water treatment.
Whatever your project may be, it is essential to properly identify the your pump's installation requirements. You will then be able to determine the appropriate characteristics of this pump. Depending on the Japy waste water drainage pump model selected, the power (0.37 kW, 1.5, 2.25 kW, etc.) and the Total Dynamic Head of the pump (TDH) may vary significantly (7 m, 16 m, 30 m, etc.).
In general, the following technical characteristics will help you choose the right size for your waste water drainage pump, depending on the volumes of your project: