Pumping Systems Engineered to Handle Water with Suspended Oils
Get a Pump Station for Your On-Site Oil/Water Separator System
Oil/Water separators are used at many different types of industrial facilities, and many of them require a pumping system. Romtec Utilities provides pump stations that handle water going to or coming from an oil/water separator, in all types of oily water conditions.
Your Pump Station is Engineered to Meet Your Exact Pumping Needs
Romtec Utilities engineers work with your specific criteria when configuring your pumping system. This can account for water that may include oil like from a spill or it can account for water that is always oily like machine blowdown. Then, Romtec Utilities supplies design documents to communicate how the new system will meet your needs.
Get Pump Stations for Oily Water Faster with Our Prefabrication Processes
Romtec Utilities completes prefabrication of our pump stations for handling oily water. When your pump station arrives, installation is quick and straightforward because we stage deliveries, and most major assemblies arrive ready to simply be set in place.
You Get a 1-Year Warranty for Your Complete Pump Station and Controls
After Romtec Utilities completes the commissioning or start-up of your system, our technician will perform testing and training. With the system fully tested for operation, and handling that specified water condition onsite, Romtec Utilities will warranty the entire station, typically for 1 year.
Oily Water Projects
Tesoro Corporation | Oil/Water Separator Stormwater Pump Station
400 GPM | 30′ TDH
A remote Tesoro Corporation industrial site needed this stormwater pump station to handle water discharged from an oil/water separator which processes on-site runoff. Submersible centrifugal pumps were used in a duplex configuration in this shallow wet well. The 7.5 hp Ebara explosion-proof pumps were sized to meet low flow, medium head conditions for stormwater. Check valves and plug valves were integrated into the discharge piping in the well for a simple and cost-effective design. The precast concrete wet well and the access hatch are both pedestrian rated.
British Petroleum Cherry Point Refinery | Industrial Stormwater Runoff
350 GPM | 30′ TDH
This package lift station handles the medium flows of stormwater and process water drainage at this oil refinery. A stormwater plan is required at most industrial facilities and BP proactively chose a reliable lift station to manage its environmental footprint. Duplex submersible centrifugal pumps and a below grade valve assembly comprise the major underground components of this system. An outdoor control panel utilizes float controls and an ultrasonic transducer for primary and backup liquid level-sensing.
Boardwalk Pipeline Partners | Midstream Pipeline Stormwater Pump Station
100 GPM | 11′ TDH
The City of Los Angeles needed to construct a new 54” force main to increase sewer capacity and add redundancy to an existing 48” force main at Marina del Rey.
Union Pacific Railroad | Replacement Sewer Collection System
100 GPM | 22′ TDH
The Union Pacific Depot in Cheyenne, Wyoming needed two new sewer lift stations to replace its existing sewer collection system. Romtec Utilities was the lift station of choice because five lift station packages were developed in conjunction with the goals and plans of CH2MHILL and its customer Union Pacific Railroad.
Dow Chemical Company Louisiana Operations | Prefabricated Pump Station
8500 GPM | 32′ TDH
This package pump station was designed to respect the confidentiality of this industrial facility. The entire system was delivered with much of the hardware preinstalled in the fiberglass wet well to facilitate simple, “drop-in” installation.
Mitsubishi Manufacturing | Identical Stormwater Pump Stations
500 GPM | 15′-15.3;′ TDH
A Mitsubishi manufacturing plant in Sacramento, California needed two new matching pump stations to handle low-flows of stormwater from an on-site treatment system.
Getting a Oily Water Station
Romtec Utilities provides full engineering and design services to meet the specific goals of your project. Romtec Utilities’ Engineers are experts in water conveyance systems across a wide array of water types and applications. We work with our clients through every step of the process; from Preliminary Designs and budgetary estimates, submittal and review processes, installation, and all the way through start-up, training, and warranty. At Romtec Utilities, we stand behind our products, and strive to provide the most robust system possible for the given application, while also meeting the budgetary goals for your project.
Romtec Utilities provides a high level of system prefabrication prior to delivery of the system to the jobsite. This greatly reduces construction cost and installation time, as well as potential project delays and change orders. This high level of prefabrication can often reduce installation time from weeks to days. Additionally, Romtec Utilities takes pride in our quality control processes, ensuring that when the system is delivered to the job site everything will function as designed.
Romtec Utilities ensures the quality and success of every pumping system from the early stages of design, all the way through installation and construction. Romtec Utilities will send experienced installation advisors to the site who will advise the installing contractor throughout the installation process providing all parties with the reassurance that the station is constructed and ultimately functioning as designed.
Romtec Utilities’ startup, testing, and training services are essential to the success of any pumping system. Following installation our technicians are on-site working directly with the all parties to field check the control panel, operate the pumps, perform system testing, and provide world class training to all maintenance personnel. Romtec Utilities aims to not only design and supply complete systems, but to help to ensure the success of the system and all who are involved. Having our experienced field technicians on-site should provide a great sense of quality assurance knowing that the station will operate as designed and the personnel responsible for maintenance and upkeep will be prepared.