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Clog resistance cannot be determined by throughlet size

A wastewater pump’s throughlet size is frequently used to specify clog resistance, despite data that demonstrates the irrelevance of this measurement. Clogging is a critical and highly undesirable operational problem in wastewater pumping, which results in increased operational costs and emergency calls from the end user. Clogging drastically reduces pump efficiency and causes pump tripping.

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