New pump used for refinery groundwater remediationThe new Anchor pump 101E is an electrically operated positive displacement piston jack version with a top head drive motor suited for low flow bottom intake recovery at abandoned refinery sites.For groundwater remediation, the 101E pulls liquid into the pump with every stroke and draws liquid to the bottom of the well. The pump operates consistently whether pumping action is clean or dirty, the company points out. The positive displacement action resists slowdown or stoppage in sticky and oily applications. The pump can be operated and communicated with from a remote location.The pump's electric drive mechanism is positioned at the top...

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