Pump Station Monitoring White Papers and Case Studies

  1. Chronic Clogging Problems Solved And Energy Usage Halved At Heathrow Airport
    9/26/2016

    London’s Heathrow Airport is one of Europe’s busiest airports catering for more than 200,000 passengers each day with an average of 1,200 flights arriving and departing from the airport daily. Heathrow Airport Water Services Department has an extensive network of 120 pumping stations to manage and they agreed to install and trial Xylem’s new state-of-the-art Flygt wastewater pumping system in an effort to solve chronic clogging issues at one of the airport’s wastewater pumping stations.

  2. Flygt Concertor Starts Generating Orders Before Official Launch On The Market
    9/26/2016

    Operators of a municipal wastewater pumping station in the rural town of Lomma on Sweden’s south-western coast agreed to install and trial a revolutionary new wastewater pumping system in an effort to solve clogging issues at the pump station.

  3. Constant Sewage Spills Elimated At Sultan Qaboos University Station
    9/26/2016

    Operators of a wastewater pumping station at Sultan Qaboos University in Oman were facing serious clogging issues, having to frequently lift the station’s pump and manually remove waste solids and grease build-up.Furthermore, as the station couldn’t handle the flow during peak hours, it was not unusual to have overflows that would reach the adjacent roads.

  4. Clogging Solution Is Crystal Clear In Crystal Lake
    9/26/2016

    The city of Crystal Lake, IL, was able to parlay a longterm solid relationship with a major pump manufacturer into a clogging solution for one pump station, cost-saving standardization and reduced inventory across its remaining pump stations, and significant energy savings.

  5. Unique Technology Responds To Lift Station Woes
    9/26/2016

    The City of Fond du Lac estimates energy savings at 20 percent at the Wild Life Acres lift station after installing the Concertor system. Bothersome, time-consuming, and expensive cleaning call outs have also been reduced, as confirmed by monitoring system tracking the lift station operation both before and after the introduction of Concertor.

  6. Minimizing Energy Use At Pump Stations With Extreme Variable Flows
    3/1/2016

    Every spring, the wastewater municipality in Dalarna, Sweden, experienced melting snow and heavy rainfall that caused a dramatic increase in pump station inflow. To handle this seasonal volume, the station had oversized pumps that consumed more energy than needed during drier months. This case study illustrates how the installation of a variable-speed pump controller decreased energy consumption by almost 50 percent while allowing for variations in flow.

  7. Bury A SITRANS MAG Sensor? Sure!
    11/25/2015

    A large east coast water supplier faced a number of challenges with one of its pumping stations. It was built more than 35 years ago on a 25’ earth mound (“ant hill”) to protect it from flooding, the pumping station was becoming very expensive and inefficient to operate.

  8. Dry Pit Submersibles Lower Costs And Eliminate Unscheduled Maintenance
    10/2/2015

    A utilities department was experiencing frequent unscheduled maintenance visits and corresponding unbudgeted repair bills for the pumps at the township’s main pump station.

  9. Pump Station’s Non-Dispersibles Problem: Solved
    9/17/2015

    Sun City, AZ, has had the same wastewater treatment plant since the '70s, along with a new, expensive problem: non-dispersible waste.

  10. Monsters Protect Pump Station, Weather Storms In Scotland
    7/14/2015

    Pump blockages and rags are a significant barrier to energy and operational efficiencies at pump stations, causing unscheduled shut downs, safety hazards for operators, costly equipment repairs and increased power usage due to a decrease in the pumps’ hydraulic performance. Scottish Water observed these negative effects caused by an influx of wipes and rags throughout a network of area pump stations. Engineers looked to a proven, powerful solution in the form of two JWC Environmental Channel Monster® grinders at one of their most problematic sites.