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Pumps, Tanks & Filtration for Sale (1,127)

In fluid management, United Rentals stands as an industry leader, offering an extensive selection of pumps, tanks and filtration systems for sale. Our inventory caters to many applications, from construction sites and agricultural fields to municipal works and industrial operations.

For our full list of pumps, filtration and tanks, view the items below. For more information about pumps, tanks and filtration, visit our resource section.

 

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FAQs About Pumps, Tanks & Filtration

Discover the most comprehensive range of fluid management equipment for sale from United Rentals. We have high-volume, high-pressure pumps, and vapor and double-wall containment tanks for sale. We are also happy to assist you in choosing carbon filter filtration systems, bag filter systems and other items for sale for applications such as non-residential construction, industrial plants, wastewater and upstream or downstream oil and gas. United Rentals can help you choose the right dewatering system for your jobsite with our extensive equipment selection. Fluid management equipment for sale includes new pumps, tanks and filtration systems at affordable prices with customer support from our trained Fluid Solutions specialists.

Learn more about our pumps, tanks and filtration in our FAQ section below.

FAQs
What is industrial dewatering?

Industrial dewatering is delivering fluid-free material for reuse or disposal. Instead of simply dumping fluid into a containment basin, fluid management systems filter out as much fluid as possible and prepare the remaining solids for reuse.

What is a wellpoint dewatering system?

A wellpoint dewatering system, also known as a "washer well" or fluid management system, uses multiple wells connected below the water table. The fluid flows into the wells, and the resulting pressure causes water to rise through a series of washers where it can be reused, recycled or disposed of.

How does a fluid management system work?

A fluid management system works by dewatering fluid in such a way that liquid is separated from solids and can be reused or disposed of. The fluid is contained and fluid management equipment pumps the fluid away. The fluid exits the containment via a filtration system attached to the perimeter.