The university converted a former golf course into a sports field facility. The water is supplied by the municipal water system. The dynamic pressure from the municipal system can be as low as 25 PSI. The sports field irrigation system requires 100 PSI. The booster pump station adds 75 PSI to the municipal water supply.
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.
Sunshade: Self-Weathering Steel • Flow Rate: 12,800 GPM • Boost Pressure: 52 PSI • Discharge Pressure: 60 PSI • Pumps: Three 250 HP End Suction Centrifugal
Flow Rate: 2225 GPM • Intake Pressure: 8 PSI • Discharge Pressure: 108 psi • Boost Pressure: 100 PSI • Main Pump: One, 150 HP Split-Case • Pumps: Three, 7.5 HP End-Suction Centrifugal