Case Study

Pump Stations That Will Not Fail


The City of Hot Springs, Arkansas, wastewater treatment system serves 23,000 customers and requires the maintenance of more than 600 miles of gravity sewers and force mains. With the goal of implementing a more proactive maintenance program that would also address issues arising from capacity constraints and aging equipment, the city undertook a comprehensive overhaul of its municipal wastewater infrastructure.

Instead of a backup generator, the Xylem team recommended a redundant pump system that would provide both mechanical and electrical backup capabilities. The primary benefit of redundant design is prevention of a total system failure.

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