The slurry that is in the pipe and the sumps is sucked out and pumped on to the storage tank. By choosing a solution with automatic stop, unnecessary wear is avoided while saving time. If the slurry is to be pumped far or through an increase in terrain upslope, then using a high-pressure pump in the dry well may be a favourable solution.
The pre-cast pump well in PE is used instead of a reception tank. It can also be used as a well for increasing pressure when pumping slurry over long distances and/or through an increase in terrain upslope. The well can be supplied in several sizes ready for use with the desired pump and suitable damper, pipe socket and lid. The pre-cast PE pump well is completely sealed and fitted with valves at inlet and outlet, lid, vent and bottom plate so that it stays in the ground in case of a rise in groundwater.
• Increases the vacuum effect, faster sluicing, which means that the entire basin is emptied.
• PE pump well instead of a reception tank reduces odour nuisances.
• Comes as plug and play and just needs to be connected to the inlet and outlet pipes.
• Protected against a rise in groundwater so that the pump does not drown.
• The pump is easy to service in a PE pump well.
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In all modesty, you will not find anyone who has more experience with solutions in pumps and mixers for agriculture than Landia. We have been involved in Denmark from the very beginning, and today you will find Landia products in agriculture all over the world. The structure of agriculture is constantly evolving, and we are keeping pace.
When you contact Landia, you will speak with staff who know the industry and have wide ranging technical expertise.