Homa Pump Technology: An Overview

At their head-quarters in Ansonia, Connecticut, HOMA has been working for the North American wastewater industry with speed and dependability for 35 years through their network of skilled and locally committed factory trained suppliers and service centers. Their 40,000 square foot engineering & test center, workshop, and warehouse service are completely outfitted to assist in the design, construction, delivery, and service of all wastewater management requirements.

Homa’s committed and capable staff offers complete support, from applications and product choice to the preliminary purchase and fitting of equipment, scheduled upkeep, spare parts sales, replacements and upgrades. For additionally complicated projects and personalized product solutions, Homa’s German production and technology center’s mechanical, electrical and hydraulic specialists are ready to help and modernize.

Homa specializes in quick deliveries from its pump and spare parts inventory worth $15m. The standard turnaround for submersible pumps up to 120 hp is 5-7 with same day delivery feasible for emergencies. Retrofit with Homa, or allow them to assist with an engineered original installation. Homa constructs submersibles that operate simply, reliably, and efficiently.

Products

Submersible motors from 1 HP to 500 HP ν FM class 1, division 1, groups C & D ν jacketed motors from 2.8 HP for wet or dry pit installation ν submersible wastewater pumps with channel impellers up to 8“ solid size ν heads to 275’ TDH, flows to 20,000 GPM ν submersible axial flow propeller pumps ν 5,000 to 35,000 GPM

Full range of submersible grinder pumps from 3/4 HP to 13 HP ν standard CI material is ASTM A48 class 40B ν submersible stainless steel pumps ν submersible mixers ν non-proprietary abrasion resistant silicon-carbide seals ν complete line of adapter brackets for direct replacement of other pump brands

A Series Wastewater Pumps

Discharge sizes – 3” to 20” ν spherical solids passing – 3” to 8” ν motor size – 2 HP to 500 HP ν wet and dry pit installation ν FM class 1 division 1, groups C & D motor option

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EMS Series Pumps

Discharge sizes – 3” & 4” ν spherical solids passage – 3”& 4” ν motor size – 6 HP to 12.7 HP ν wet and dry pit installation ν “EffTec™” IE3 high efficiency motor with Permacool™ jacketed technology ν FM class 1 division 1, groups C & D motor option

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GRP Series Grinder Pumps

Discharge size – 1 ¼” to 2” ν motor sizes – ¾ HP to 13 HP ν HRC 55 SS stainless steel cutting system ν FM class 1 division 1, groups C & D motor option

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TP Series Solids Handling Effluent Pump

Discharge size – 1 ½” to 3” ν spherical solids passing up to 2 ¾” ν motor sizes – ¾ HP to 7 HP ν designed for commercial, residential, industrial wastewater & drainage applications ν FM class 1 division 1, groups C & D motor option

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Stainless Steel “C” Series Pumps

Discharge sizes – 2” to 6” ν spherical solids passage up to 4” ν motor size – up to 38 HP ν full 316l stainless steel construction with FKM “viton” elastomers ν designed for chemical & aggressive wastewater applications ν FM class 1 division 1, groups C & D motor option

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H Series Dewatering Pumps

Discharge size 2 ½” to 6” ν motor sizes up to 12 HP ν heads to 140 ft TDH ν flows to 900 GPM

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