This project includes two identical suction lift pump stations that were engineered to replace previous pump stations that were requiring constant maintenance. Both of these replacement stations also needed to be totally enclosed for aesthetics and have the most compact footprint possible. They were craned in during install to avoid any damage to the existing trees and shrubbery.
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.
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.