Pump Station Monitoring White Papers and Case Studies

  1. Lift Station Upgraded After Rainstorm Causes Flood And Electrical Short
    7/13/2015

    Read the full case study to learn how the installation of the three Flygt horizontally mounted dry pit, flood-proof NZ-3171 submersible clog-free pumps immediately offered a 25 percent boost in efficiency at a lift station in Manitoba, Canada, after a motor had shorted out due to excessive moisture, and could not be replaced.

  2. Robertson County Water Supply Corporation Adopts VTScada Software
    7/10/2015

    Serving just over 16,000 residents in eastern Texas, the Robertson County Water Supply Corporation (RCWSC) operates a small rural water system with five water plants, four wells, one booster pump station, and approximately 350 miles of PVC pipe. In December of 2014, their systems integrator, Express Electric, recommended that they adopt VTScada software from Trihedral to remotely monitor and control their plants.

  3. Sulzer Pumps Reduce Downtime At Water Utility
    6/26/2015

    Winslow Township — the largest town in Camden County, NJ — sought relief from its clog-prone, unreliable pumps.

  4. City Improves Reliability For Chlorine Residual Compliance, And Cuts Chemical Costs, Through Replacement Of Pump With Special Vacuum Feeder For Bleach, LAS, And Polyphosphate
    6/23/2015

    The public works director responsible for a southwestern U.S. city’s drinking water supply reports multiple benefits from replacement of a problematic peristaltic pump system with a special liquid vacuum feeder system for bleach, liquid ammonium sulfate (LAS), and polyphosphate feeds at one of its well sites.

  5. Addressing Chronic Flooding In Texas
    6/18/2015

    The city of El Paso, TX, lies on the tip of the Chihuahuan desert, and it is not uncommon for a year’s worth of rain to occur in a matter of days during the summer.

  6. Headworks® Bar Screen Walks The Talk At Amherst, NY – No Spares Consumed In 13 Straight Years
    6/12/2015

    The Amherst Water Pollution Control Facility (WPCF) is located just off of Tonawanda Creek Road in the Town of Amherst and is less than twenty miles from beautiful Niagara Falls.

  7. Picking The Perfect Pump
    5/21/2015

    Pumps and pumping systems are like unsung heroes of modern society – quickly and quietly transporting vital water supplies, chemicals and waste to and from locations, which rely upon their consistent, reliable operation.

  8. AMERICAN’s Versatility Shines In Rocky Terrain
    4/9/2015

    Murfreesboro, Tennessee, is the fastest growing city in Tennessee, and one of the fastest growing cities in the United States with its population more than doubling since 2000.

  9. Improved Pump And Seal Reliability When And Where It Really Counts
    3/25/2015

    The City of Chester, IL was getting only about 6 months life out of the mechanical seals in their former non-clog lift station pumps. While replacing seals twice per year was difficult and expensive, the more serious problem occurred when the seals failed with the Mississippi River at flood stage and with the sealed lift station underwater.

  10. N-Pumps Resolve Clogging Issues And Control Maintenance Costs
    3/24/2015

    A public works director in southern Kalamazoo, MI, recommended the county investigate new generation Flygt brand pumps for five troublesome singlephase stations along their system.