Gorman-Rupp Eradicator

The Gorman-Rupp Eradicator Solids Management System features an aggressive self-cleaning wear plate including notches and grooves and a patent-pending lacerating tooth that helps break up stringy materials and passes them through the pump without impacting performance or interrupting service.

Lone Star Blowers

From multistage centrifugal to high-speed turbo blowers, Lone Star Blower offers the latest technology that maximizes productivity and lowers energy costs for your wastewater treatment facility.

Gorman-Rupp’s Pump Control Panels with VFDs

During the past 20 years, the wastewater industry has seen a significant increase in the use of variable frequency drives (VFDs) in wastewater pumping systems. VFDs provide better control of the wastewater flow through pumping stations compared to using constant-speed pumps. Gorman-Rupp's Pump Control Panels with VFDs are offered as a standard product. Equipment is provided in NEMA 3R steel enclos...

OmniSite Flow Measurement

OmniSite can help your organization achieve accurate flow measurements in a variety of ways, for a much lower cost than you might expect with other products. Here are some of the ways we approach flow monitoring with the OmniSite XR-50 and Crystal Ball:

Saveco Beast Trucked-In-Waste Demo Trailer

The Saveco BEAST is engineered for septage and heavy solids-loading applications. It removes rags, plastic, rocks, and other debris from the waste stream and protects downstream processes and equipment. There is no need for a rock trap or maintenance-expensive grinders with the BEAST. Contact Envirep for a free demonstration.

Pump Station Monitoring Systems

OmniSite is the only product of its kind and was developed specifically for wastewater treatment systems. Because it’s simple to set up and use, requires no additional software, and requires minimal maintenance, OmniSite is the most affordable solution for monitoring lift stations.

Gorman-Rupp’s Eradicator Plus™ Prevents Pump Clogging

Unclogging wastewater pumps is a “dirty job” and probably the job operators hate the most. The time and costs involved in continually unclogging a clogged pump can be very frustrating for operators. Plus, pump clogging can be even more expensive when it causes overflows or affects critical processes within the treatment plant. What has made the problem worse is the proliferation of wipes being ...