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There is an old rule of thumb with the Pitbull industrial sump pump that says if you kick a bucket of your sludge over and it spreads out, the Pitbull can pump it. Well … that is true, but it needs a closer look to answer some questions and take us from “could” to “should” to deliver the customer a successful solution. Read more at: http://pitbullpumps.com/solids-concentration-and-industrial-sump-pumps/
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The Region of Waterloo (Canada) Water Services was in a tough spot - it needed to drain its reservoirs and clean out the silt and sludge, but the available methods took too long and risked contaminating a major water source for the community. Read our latest case study to find out how a positive displacement pump from Pitbull changed everything: http://pitbullpumps.com/case-studies/positive-displacement-pump-case-study-water-treatment-plant/
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The high temperatures often prevalent in industrial applications can wreck conventional centrifugal sump pumps. Read our September blog to learn about the problems -- and the solution: http://pitbullpumps.com/sump-pumps-high-heat-dilemma/
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The centrifugal pumps that were supposed to move biofuel wastewater at a biofuel manufacturing plant were failing regularly because of the amount of solids in the wastewater. Read how a Pitbull submersible pump overcame those issues and cut operating costs at the plant: http://pitbullpumps.com/case-studies/submersible-pump-case-study-biofuels-plant/
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Flushable wipes seem like a great idea at home, but they're not so great for local sewer systems. The same characteristic that makes them useful - durability - also destroys the typical lift station pumps used in sewer systems. Read our most recent blog post to learn more: http://pitbullpumps.com/lift-station-pumps-vs-flushable-wipes/
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