News & Stories from Romtec Utilities

At Romtec Utilities we work with owners, developers, and engineers on pump station designs to deliver the system they need for their project. For our pump station projects, our customers typically choose to use the traditional “bid” procurement method to try and save money. But this bid method can take time and money away from the finished product. There is another, more effective public purchasing method that meets most legal requirements in order to procure
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Romtec Utilities designs and supplies pumping stations for a wide variety of applications and water types. We have designed for nearly every scenario, including systems that need to achieve multiple different pumping rates. There are a couple of ways to achieve multiple discharge rates, and the best way for a system may be simpler than you think. In stormwater, wastewater, and industrial pumping applications there are a variety of scenarios in which minimum or maximum
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Remote Monitoring Scada Connect
Are you worried about something going wrong with your pump system or would you rather have control and be able to monitor remotely? Having control of your pump system through remote monitoring and the ability to interface with the system is a great option depending on the end owner. Remote pump station monitoring has a variety of forms, and the different capabilities should be considered when designing based on the end owner’s needs. The types
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Initial Start Up of Control Panel
At Romtec Utilities, Water Types like Wastewater, Stormwater, Industrial Process Water & Potable Water determine the “basics” of each pumping system and their respective design configurations. Romtec has over 22 years of experience designing and supplying pumping systems for these water types and more. Our process begins with the water type and the determination and discovery of how each customer and owner wants their specific system to be configured & how they want it to
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MCC Control Building
Have you faced pesky control and communication issues due to weather elements or had trouble maintaining the electrical controls of your pump station? The answer to these problems is simple. The Motor Control Center (MCC) should be housed in a control building to ensure safe and secure long-term operations. MCC’s are a critical piece of infrastructure that house the electrical controls for a pump station in a central location. Access to an MCC is crucial
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