Installing a shelter or shade structure at your pump station site is an effective way to prevent weather conditions from damaging the electrical controls of your pump station.
Some project requirements specify the need to move a very high volume of water without generating a lot of pressure. One of the best technologies for meeting these criteria is the axial flow pump.
Romtec Utilities offers many services after your system is purchased, so here is a look at some of the more important services we provide all our customers.
Redundancy helps to ensure your pump station and its service area does not suffer from a system failure with the pumps or control panel during extreme weather.
Romtec Utilities uses our customer’s site data (or from their engineer) to design site-specific pump stations for all water pumping applications. One vital piece of information used to design lift stations is the dimension of the pressurized force main.
Romtec Utilities prepares every structural component used in our pumping systems so that they arrive onsite ready for a quick and easy installation.
One increasingly frequent challenge with wastewater lift stations is how they handle “flushable” wipes, FOG (Fats, Oils, and Greases), and other materials that get flushed into the sewer system.
Frequently in new construction applications, the site of the pump station includes design challenges as construction is pushed into more difficult locations.
There are several types of cooling systems commonly used in pumps. These are direct contact, integrated cooling, internal cooling, and external cooling.
Romtec Utilities designs pump stations that include all structural, mechanical, electrical, and communications systems in a single package. Each pump station design is engineered to meet the specific site conditions and requirements of the unique project.