LENEXA, Kan. – Smith & Loveless introduces Select-It™ pump selection program, which offers consulting engineers the ability to design entire Smith & Loveless pump stations online in just minutes with 24/7 access.
Unlike any other program in the industry, Select-It™ eliminates the need for CAD requests and drastically reduces the time required to design a complete pump station. Users can select the optimal pump station based on desired criteria, including pump efficiency data, and save session work at any point in the process. The program provides all information and data required for complete station design, eliminating the need for CAD requests. The program is backed by support from Smith & Loveless and local representatives, who are available to work with consultants directly on pricing after the equipment selection portion.
“It saves time and money instantaneously and engineers can insert their selections into their plan sheets,” said Chuck Miller, Executive Vice President of International & Domestic Municipal Products & Systems.
Select-It™ users can design the entire station, including pump selection, customized system curves, wiring diagrams and calculation sheets for friction and station losses, wet well volumes and head conditions. The program includes all of Smith & Loveless’ newest innovations, including the DURO-LAST® stainless steel base plate and the SONIC START® STREAMLINE™. The user can compare side-by-side scenarios based on available pump and force main selections generated from flow and head data. Engineers can then view project documents as CAD and PDF documents as well as automated calculation sheets for client and regulatory authority presentation. The program is available at selectit.smithandloveless.com.
Founded in 1946, Smith & Loveless Inc. is a global leader in the water and wastewater industry, offering a complete line of equipment and boasting installations in more than 70 nations around the world. For more information on Smith & Loveless Inc. and its products, visit www.smithandloveless.com, or follow the company on Facebook and Twitter.
SOURCE: Smith & Loveless, Inc.