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Rotech OEM Trash Pumps

The Rotech Trash pump is designed to efficiently move large volumes of water containing solid debris, sludge, and other waste materials. In this article, we will explore how trash pumps work and their key components.

Features and advantages of engine-driven trash pumps:
  • Portability and mobility for remote locations and temporary setups
  • High flow rates and large solids handling capacity
  • Self-priming and can run dry without damage
  • Suitable for applications with limited or no access to electricity
Applications of engine-driven trash pumps:
  • Construction and mining sites for dewatering, mud pumping, and waste management
  • Agriculture for irrigation, drainage, and handling farm waste
  • Remote locations without access to electricity for water management
  • Emergency situations, such as flood control and disaster response

There are six different types of trash pumps, including centrifugal, diaphragm, submersible, engine-driven, hydraulic, and electric trash pumps.