Shakti Pumps secures 7th patent for Waste Water Pump innovation

Shakti Pumps (India) Limited, India's leading manufacturer of energy-efficient pumps and motors, has been granted its 7th patent by the Patent Office, Government of India. The patent recognizes Shakti Pumps' inventive contribution in the form of a "Grinder Pump Assembly with Adjustable Impeller" The patent, issued in full compliance with the Patents Act of 1970, will remain valid for 20 years from the date of filing.

 

This latest innovation introduces a grinder pump assembly with an adjustable impeller, offering an efficient and reliable solution for grinding and processing solid waste within wastewater. By reducing the size of solid materials, the technology enhances their manageability during subsequent treatment processes. It also produces smaller particles that respond better to downstream treatments such as sedimentation, biological treatment, filtration, and transportation, ultimately improving the overall efficiency of wastewater treatment and industrial processes.

 

Mr. Dinesh Patidar, Chairman of Shakti Pumps, highlights another critical advantage of this patented technology: “Solid waste is a primary cause of obstructions and blockages in wastewater lines, often leading to operational disruptions and significant maintenance costs. Our innovative solution effectively mitigates these challenges, resulting in minimal maintenance requirements and reduced operational downtime. This technology offers practical and sustainable solutions for wastewater treatment plants and various industrial applications, especially in situations where reducing the size of solid particles is a crucial step in manufacturing or treatment processes.”

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