Precast Concrete Wet Well Installation

Getting the Best Wet Well in any Material

Wet Wells are the primary structural component of most pump stations, and Romtec Utilities designs, manufactures, and supplies wet wells for many different pumping applications. Wells and sumps can be fabricated out of many different types of materials, and some of the most common are concrete, fiberglass, and polymer.

Romtec Utilities Worker Assembling Site-Specific Valve Assembly

Engineering Prefabricated Vault Assemblies

One feature included on many different pumping systems is the auxiliary vault structure. Vault assemblies comprise components such as valves, meters, air release valves, pressure relief valves, pumping ports, pigging ports, and other components.

Underground Construction of Wastewater Lift Station Wet Well

Sealing Wet Well Penetrations on Pump Stations

Romtec Utilities designs, manufactures, and supplies pump stations for all types of water in many industries, both private and public. One source of potential issues is very prevalent in pump stations. That is sealing penetrations in the pump station wet well.

Cogeneration Pump Station with Weir Wall

Weir Walls & Baffles in Pump Station Wet Wells

Romtec Utilities designs and supplies pumping systems for many different applications, and it is common to include features like weir walls and baffle walls. These features are the most common in stormwater pumping, but other water types can benefit from these features if there are suspended solids or if turbidity will have a negative impact on the system components.

Stormwater Pump Station in Landscaped Flower Bed

The Effects of Impervious Surfaces on Stormwater Management

As urban development increases, impervious surfaces like concrete and asphalt cover more and more area. These surfaces prevent water from percolating into the ground and disrupt the natural water cycle.

Wastewater Lift Station with Generator and Four Post Shelter

Good Pump Station Design: Planning for the Future

Every pumping system designed by Romtec Utilities is specific to a site and its specific pumping requirements. This is the best practice for a good pump station design to get the best equipment and the longest life from your system.

Attractive Control Building Protecting Equipment

Getting an Integrated Pumping System & Control Building

Romtec Utilities offers expertise in all of the various disciplines that go into designing, manufacturing, and supplying the best pumping systems available. When it comes the structural considerations, a control building is a very useful, and often times required, feature for a new pump station.

Hiding Pump Stations from Public View

Why Do We Need Lift Stations to Handle Sewage

Romtec Utilities designs, manufactures, and supplies complete lift station packages that include all structural, mechanical, electrical, and communications for any application. Many wastewater lift station project are specifically for handling sanitary sewer, an essential aspect of water infrastructure.

Good Looking Lift Station Exterior with Thern Crane

New Lift Station Constructed from Precast Polymer Concrete

Romtec Utilities designs, manufactures, and supplies new lift stations for a wide variety of applications. The City of El Centro in California needed to replace a sewer lift station that had been in operation since 1974.

Bottom of Wet Well Interior with Lining

Avoiding Access to Hazardous Conditions & Confined Spaces

The best practice for handling hazardous conditions is to avoid contact with them as much as possible. Romtec Utilities always designs pump and lift stations with safety as an utmost consideration, and avoiding hazardous conditions is should be a priority for any pump system design.

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