• Metal finish: Heavy abrasive fluids (metal flakes, chips and slurries); dip tank (coating)
  • Machine parts: Steel metal plating; manufacturing of brakes and exhaust systems
  • Carbon fibers & composites: Plug insulation coatings; brakes; hypersonic thermal protection materials
  • Engines: Loading/unloading of vehicle motors (waste); lithium-ion battery production
  • Lube systems: Lubricant transfer; stamping fluid and metal chip removal
  • Wheels and tires: Mold release agent delivery and rubber compound mixing
  • Facility wastewater management: Sumps and pits filtering; waste/particulate removal
  • Paint/spray systems: Pre-cleaning surface; coating and painting application systems
  • Filter press: remove particulates from metal processing waste before transferring water for reuse
  • Lubricant dispensing machines: abrasive and corrosive fluids
  • General loading/unloading and transfer: oil, fuel, machine coolants; bulk and day tank


  • Loading/unloading transfer: critical transfer applications such as bulk storage tanks, day tanks, aging tanks, slip transfer and recirculation and tanker/railcar unloading
  • Filter press: demanding filter press operations to remove particulates from ceramic processing waste before transferring water and ceramic for reuse
  • Mixing/batching/coating: challenging ceramic production requiring batch-to-batch consistency of slips and glazes, as well as spray glaze application to the finished product
  • Molding & casting processing: essential pumping operations to transport and inject slip into molds, as part of gravity-fed and high-pressure systems
  • Wastewater & sump treatment: vital removal of unwanted water throughout the facility including efficient dewatering sumps often containing oil, slip and ceramic debris
  • Utility (Portable): General facility transfer to load/unload barrels and totes


  • Processing: Harsh abrasive materials like plastics, polymers, resins, glues, adhesives, pesticides, soaps, surfactants, cleaning products, acrylic acid, ammonia, sodium sulfide, paints, inks, coatings, petrochemicals, fertilizers, additives, lubricants, injection/blow molding
  • Safe Transfer and Mixing: Aggressive, high-risk, or expensive chemical transfer, tank to tote transfer, mixing/blending/extruding applications requiring containment
  • Wastewater: Sumps and pits, dewatering, filter press, containment and run-off areas, water purification, water treatment, slurry
  • Aggressive Environmental Conditions: Dirty environmental air, explosive atmospheres, corrosive environments, temperature extremes, high suction lift requirements
  • Batching: Consistent delivery of uniformity across batch cycles, adaptable to a variety of batch recipes
  • Injection: Low solvent coatings transfer in dosing applications
  • Disinfectants: Manufacturing of sanitizers and other disinfectants, including glycerol/glycerin, water triethanolamine, and propylene glycol


  • Loading/Unloading/Transfer: across all steps of the manufacturing process to move raw or partially processed materials to next step production
  • Premixing: wide range from thin to viscous fluids, resins, oils, solvents, plasticizers, surfactants, glues and liquid pigments
  • Grinding and milling: processing pigments, colorants and inks to remove clumps and create consistent paste material for batching and dispersion
  • Batching/mixing/dispersion: pigment paste combined with resins and batch additives using gentle, low shear pumping to prevent damage as creates a flowable material
  • Straining and filtration: used to adjust the viscosity, tint strength, color, gloss and overall appearance before the batch is considered complete
  • Filling: outbound containers filled with finished products that range from thin to abrasive and viscous fluids
  • Wastewater and sump: facility treatment of all liquids generated on-site in its manufacturing process, including water runoff
  • Filter press: remove byproducts and waste from the manufacturing process. Sludge formed from latex and water-based solvents can be captured, recycled and reused


  • Structural: Bricks, masonry, blocks, cement
  • Countertops: Formica, stone cutting, granite, countertop fabricating
  • Interior Finish: Drywall, wallboard, Insulation and fiberglass
  • Exterior Finish: Aluminum extrusions and siding
  • Plumbing and Fixtures: pipes, faucets and bathroom fixtures
  • Roofing: Shingles, tar paper
  • Textiles: carpets and flooring
  • Tiles: ceiling, floor and roof
  • Glass: Windows and doors
  • Wood and composites: doors, framing, cabinets


  • Loading/Unloading & Transfer: safe handling of hazardous waste, detergents and chemicals
  • Filter Press: sanitize water for reuse, belt press feed, wastewater solids handling
  • Municipal Utility: dewatering, solids handling pump using a portable pump
  • Wastewater: processing includes neutralize, disposal, chemical spill containment, grit and scum removal
  • Sludge Removal: handling a wide range of content including thickened/clarified/digested sludge and waste activated or return activated sludge (WAS/RAS)


  • Transfer, Loading/Unloading: extensively used in the pumping of fuel, chemicals, lube and cargo oils, and clean or hazardous drain transfer when chemical compatibility and quick and rapid transfer is critical
  • Dewatering: various cleanup and water removal using portable and fixed pumps for planned and unplanned events (emergency spill cleanup, sump management or deck stripping/cleaning)
  • Processing: supporting critical process equipment operations onboard transportation equipment and vessels, such as bilge pumping services and oily/water separation


  • Dewatering and Sump: Water evacuation at mine face; remove underground water from mine shaft and move to central pond; remove drift water at active mine sites
  • Filter Press: High-pressure filter press operations to remove particulates from mine water before transferring from pit; allow reusability of filtered water
  • Mining Methods: Underground, open surface (pit), placer, and in-situ processes used for coal, soft/hard rock, precious metals (like nickel, copper, gold, silver), phosphate, and diamond
  • Loading/Unloading Transfer: Various fluids including oil, fuel, hydraulic, concrete, de-frothing agent, and sodium bicarbonate and other caustic chemicals or solid-laden fluids
  • General Transfer: Suction lift removal of viscous fluids containing muck, slimes, slurries, and sludges


  • Loading/unloading/transfer: Chemical transfer, abrasive fluid movement, solids and slurry handling
  • Sump/wastewater: Heavy sludge and line-size solids
  • Process/manufacturing: Caustic chemical pumping, bleaches, pH adjustment, inks, adhesives, wood treatment additives, calcium carbonate, acids
  • Utility (Portable): general pumping across processing facility
  • Box operations: Glue, starch, caustic soda for ink processing, viscous and abrasive bonding resins
  • Batching: processes across the transformation of raw wood and paper to finished stock and corrugated materials
  • Cleaning: pre- or post- processes with harsh chemical cleaners are used to eliminate batch-to-batch contamination


  • A Lube Oil Transfer (AG05, AG1F)
  • B Glycol Recirculation/Heat Trace (AG05, AG1F)
  • C Flare Knockout (AG1F, AG15, AG20, AST1, AST1½)
  • D Glycol Transfer/Water Makeup (AG05, AG1F)
  • E Sump/General Transfer (AG05, AG1F, AG15, AG10F, AG20F)
  • F Tank Bottom Recirculation/Transfer (AG10F, AG20F, AG20, AG3)
  • G Utility/General Transfer (AG05, AG1F, AG15, AG10F, AG20F)
  • H Separators & Knockout Drums (AG20, AGH2-M)
  • I General Duty Spill Cleanup (AG20F, AG20, AG30)
  • J Diesel Fuel Transfer (AG15)
  • K Sea Water Pump for Drilling Mud Makeup (AG30)
  • L Produced Water/Condensate Transfer (AG1F)
  • M Cellar Pump-Out & Mud Transfer (AG20)

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