WASTEWATER PUMPS RESOURCES

PUMPS SOLUTIONS

  • NEW! CHEM-FEED® MD1 Multi-Diaphragm Metering Pump

    The New Multi-Diaphragm MD1 Chemical Metering Pump is engineered to deliver smooth, quiet and consistent chemical feed in Municipal Water and Wastewater Treatment Applications

  • Flygt A-C Custom Pump Aftermarket and Service

    Improve pump performance—regardless of the original manufacturer—with service from Flygt A-C Custom Pump (formerly ITT A-C Pump and Allis Chalmers). Backed by more than 140 years of pump design and manufacturing experience, we’re the dependable choice for pump services and repair. We offer a comprehensive range of services for centrifugal pumps from 2” to 156”, and a pump in the continental USA can ship to us in Pewaukee, WI, in 2 days or less.

  • Municipal Solutions

    Fast, Flexible And Cost-Effective Municipal Solutions

    Our full line of tanks, pumps, filtration and shoring equipment, means you've got a one-call partner on your next municipal project. From sewer bypasses, rapid response service, environmentally-sensitive sound attenuated pumps or odor control systems, we've got it covered.

  • MultiSmart Pump Station Control

    Flygt’s MultiSmart Pump Station Control handles up to six pumps and monitors pump voltage and amperage to calculate real power consumption and optimize pump energy efficiency. Control panel costs are also reduced due to built-in functionality such as 3-phase current monitoring.

  • Wireless Lift Station Monitoring Application Note

    Powerful Pump Monitoring for Optimal Lift Station Performance. Trimble Unity software combined with the Telog wireless, battery-powered, multi-channel recording telemetry system provides a GIS-centric cloud and mobile platform for monitoring lift station pump on/off cycles along with sump levels. Clamp-on current sensors monitor pump run on/off to one second resolution. 

WASTEWATER PUMPS VIDEOS

One municipality keeps detailed records on all repair and maintenance work orders and costs for its 53 pump stations, some submersible and some S&L Wet Well Mounted. A 12-year study of the data revealed nearly 56 percent lower operating expenses for the S&L stations compared to submersibles—a differential of nearly 30 labor hours and $2,750 per station per year!