Thompson Pump to Showcase Top Backup Lift Station Pump at WWETT

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Thompson Pump to Showcase Top Backup Lift Station Pump at WWETT

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Thompson Pump and Manufacturing Company, one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of heavy-duty portable bypass and dewatering pumps, will feature its 6-inch solids handling pump with Enviroprime System (model 6JSCE) at this year’s WWETT Show in Indianapolis, Indiana, on Feb. 21-24, 2022. WWETT is the premier event for municipalities, portable sanitation professionals, septic contractors, sewer contractors and wastewater professionals.

The Thompson Pump 6JSCE 6-inch compressor-assisted solids handling pump is a top choice in the industry for sewer bypass, emergency response and any high-head/high-volume applications. With its heavy-duty cast iron construction and fast priming capabilities, the 6JSCE is designed for flows up to 2,680 gpm, and heads up to 190 feet, with maximum solids handling up to 3 inches. This end-suction centrifugal pump has the ability to dry-prime and reprime automatically and is equipped with the Enviroprime System that does not allow product blow-by of pumped materials.

“Our JSC series pumps are powerful, dependable, built for longevity and offer exceptional ROI, and this pump leads the industry in municipal, construction and industrial applications,” says Chris Thompson, president of Thompson Pump and Manufacturing Company. “As with all our pumps, the 6JSCE provides the quality, performance and reliability people have come to expect to get the job done, every time.”

For more information on the 6JSCE, or any of the JSC models, please contact the Thompson Pump factory for details, or visit the Thompson Pump team at booth #2153 at WWETT. 

Thompson Pump’s municipal sales manager, David Perry, will be teaching a session on permanent backup lift station pumps on Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022, at 1:30 p.m. To learn more about the session or to sign up, visit the WWETT show’s website.


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