This industrial processing station is a combination Booster and Water Transfer pump system that supplies water to a local water depot, and also transfers large volumes of water to several remote water depots. It was engineered to do several different jobs and have a single Control Panel that reports to their telemetry system. This system arrived almost entirely “Plug-n-Play” so that all the end user had to do was tie in the plumbing and electrical connections, program the desired Set-Points, and the control system did everything required with very little on-site calibration.
This variable flow, constant pressure pump station is designed to supply up to 4500 GPM of filtered canal water for the pressurized irrigation systems of two subdivisions: Arbor Ridge and Adams Ridge.
Flow Rate: 325 GPM • Discharge Pressure: 100 PSI • Pump Type: Three 15 HP Vertical Multi-Stage Pumps
Location: Eugene, Oregon • Flow Rate: 25 – 750 GPM • Boost Pressure: 51 PSI • Discharge Pressure: 77 PSI • Pumps: Two 40 HP End-Suction Centrifugal and Two 2 HP Vertical Multi-Stage
Customer Challenge: To design a low-cost, low-profile automated booster pump station to their exact specifications and purpose.