Submersible Dewatering Pump
Dewatering in its simplest meaning is the removal of water. This process is used in many industries but commonly referred to in constructions and wastewater when water is separated from solids through a variety of different pumping or filtering processes. Construction dewatering is often referred to as dewatering, unwatering, or water control. It involves pumping from wells or sumps to temporarily lower groundwater levels, to allow excavations to be made in dry and stable conditions below natural groundwater level.
Dewatering Equipment is used widely in waste management, dewatering equipment can save money by reducing solids handling or disposal expenses that are charged on a unit weight basis. The weight percentage of water in landfill-bound solids and raw wastewater sludge can effectively double or triple the cost of removal or treatment services.