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  • By AMT
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  • Cast iron construction with a silicon carbide/Viton mechanical seal
    • Buna-N check valve and O-ring
  • 2in to 4in NPT port sizes
    • 3in and 4in models feature front cleanout
  • 180°F maximum temperature
  • Self-priming to 20ft
  • Stainless steel semi-open, clog resistant impeller
  • Removable cast iron volute/wearplate
  • 3.0 to 15 HP TEFC electric motor options available


The AMT 3000 Series is a line of cast iron sewage and trash pumps with three NPT port sizes available: 2in, 3in, 4in. The 3in and 4in models offer a front cleanout design. These pumps are designed for the economical handling of solids laden liquids and slurries. The cast iron construction also contains two-vane stainless steel, self-cleaning impellers, silicon carbide mechanical seals for abrasion resistance, and Buna-N O-rings and check valves.

The built-in check valves allow the pump to re-prime automatically in an open system without the foot valve. The solids handling capabilities of the pumps make them ideally suited for applications such as sewage treatment, canneries, chemical processing, and others. The pumps are built to handle liquids containing sewage, stones, sticks, mud, and other solids. Minimum liquid requirement must be above 85% - failure to do so may damage pump.