Lightweight Pump Systems Deliver 30-GPM Flow Rates

Part of the Torpedo series, Q.E.D. Environmental Systems’ SlimJim electric pump systems are suitable for landfills and environmental remediation sites. With available flow rates up to 30 GPM, the SlimJim can be used in vertical or horizontal applications, and is suitable for the same applications as air-powered pumps, but operates at higher flow rates. It requires no separate control panel and features built-in auto on/off start and run-dry protection. It offers plug-in operation at 115V or 230V single phase power. With a 4.5” outer diameter, the pump is compact and easy to handle, and weighs only 22 pounds. It is ideal for smaller diameter risers such as cleanouts, collapsed pipes or bent risers.

 

The pump’s optional three-phase operation with control panels adds several benefits including variable speed, programmable from an iPhone, and the ability to view and change pump data and parameters. It allegedly lowers capital costs and eases maintenance, as proven in installations at over 500 landfills.

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The SlimJim’s heavy duty Torpedo pump shroud outperforms and outlasts stainless steel housings. There are no shroud wheels to break or hamper pump removal, and the stainless-steel motor and pump casing and HDPE protective shroud resist corrosion. A chemical-resistant Teflon version is also available. For more details, peruse the product page, call 734-995-2547, and/or email [email protected].

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