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This sump pump ensures unrestricted flow

Vertiflo Pump

Vertiflo Pump

The Series 900 Industrial Vertical Immersion Vortex Sump Pump (photo), available for service in industrial and municipal applications, provides an unrestricted flow since the impeller is not in contact with the solids being pumped. Applications include chemical slurries, fragile food-processing solids, pulp-and-paper solids, petroleum products, wastewater, sewage and more. It is designed for long life in severe services with heads to 170 ft., temperatures to 350°F, pit depths to 26 ft deep, and flows to 1,600 gal/min. Several materials of construction are available. — Vertiflo Pump Co., Cincinnati, Ohio

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