The pumps are designed with an open impeller that is suitable for pumping biomasses with a high content of dry matter and with a high viscosity. The pump’s knife and cutting system are effective in processes where large particles and foreign bodies will otherwise often create problems for other types of pump.
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The MPG-I pump works by both pumping and chopping in one function and therefore prevents clogging or blocking. This is also an advantage for the rest of the biogas process, and due to the reduced particle size, the biomass becomes easier to convert for the bacteria inside the reactor.
More benefits of the long-shafted chopper pump:
• Small foreign objects such as gravel, sand, small shards of glass, bone, etc., can pass through the pump without causing damage and with minimal wear.
• The MPG-I pump is fitted with an auger on the pump shaft, which makes the pump ideal for biomasses containing large amounts of straw, for example.
• Lots of industrial waste, such as food waste, has a low pH value and for these types of purposes the pump is available in acidproof steel, MPFR-I.
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