Application of creep pump in water treatment industry

Product Details
        In recent years, with the continuous progress of industrialization and urbanization, the social economy has developed rapidly, but the pollution problem that comes with it has also become an important problem to be solved. Sewage treatment has gradually become an indispensable part of economic development and water resources protection. Therefore, vigorously developing the sewage treatment technology and industrialization level is an important way to prevent water pollution and alleviate the shortage of water resources. Sewage treatment is the process of purifying sewage so that it reaches the water quality requirements for discharge into a certain water body or reuse. Modern sewage treatment technology is divided into primary, secondary and tertiary treatment according to the degree of treatment. Primary treatment, mainly to remove the suspended state of solid substances in  sewage, commonly used physical methods. Secondary treatment, the main removal of sewage in the colloidal and dissolved organic matter. Generally, sewage that reaches secondary treatment can meet the discharge standards, and activated sludge and Biofilm treatment are commonly used. The tertiary treatment is to further remove certain special pollutants, such as phosphorus, nitrogen and biodegradable organic pollutants, inorganic pollutants, pathogens, etc..
An accurate and reliable choice
        Creep pumps are widely used in sewage treatment because of their own characteristics. Safe, accurate and efficient chemical doses and transmissions are the target of each sewage treatment operation, which requires the design of pumps that can be used to handle the most demanding applications.
The creep pump has a strong self-absorption ability and can be used to increase the water level of the sewage to be treated. The creep pump has low shear force and does not destroy the effectiveness of the flocculant when transmitting shear sensitive flocculants. When the creep pump transmits fluid, the fluid only flows within the hose. When transmitting sewage containing mud sand, the liquid being pumped will not come into contact with the pump. Only the pump tube will contact, so there will be no stuck obstruction. This means that the pump can be used for a long period of time, and the same pump can be used for different fluid transmissions only by simply replacing the pump tube.
        The creep pump has a high accuracy of fluid transmission, which can ensure the liquid accuracy of the added reagent, so that the water quality can be effectively treated without adding too many harmful chemical components. In addition, creep pumps are also used to transmit samples and analytical reagents on various water quality testing and analysis instruments.
        As municipal and industrial wastewater treatment becomes more specialized and complex, precise assigned amounts are essential for chemical delivery and product transfer operations.
Customer applications
        A water treatment company used Baodingsinuo's iPump 6S-G + YZ35B creep pump in the Biofilm sewage treatment test process to transfer sewage containing mud to the Biofilm reaction pool to help verify the effectiveness and feasibility of the Biofilm sewage treatment process. In order to successfully complete the test, the customer puts forward the following requirements for the creep pump:
        1. Creep pumps can be used to pump sewage containing 150 mg/L without affecting the service life of the pump.
        2. The sewage flow range is wide: minimum 80L/hr, maximum 500L/hr, flow can be adjusted according to the actual process requirements.
        3. Creep pumps can be operated outdoors, running 24 hours a day and running continuously for 6 months.