Pump Station Monitoring Application Notes

  1. Lift Station And Pump Level Control

    In wastewater collection systems, raw sewage flows through gravity sewers to lift stations, which transfer the waste from lower elevation to higher elevations and eventually to a treatment plant. By Endress+Hauser, Inc.

  2. Reliable M2M Communication And Networking Technology Connects Wastewater Facilities

    As the world becomes increasingly connected, the integration of smart devices and tools, such as sensors, process control devices, security cameras, for example, have increased the need for well-established, secure machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and networking solutions. Many companies depend on effective communication technologies to reduce overhead costs and improve their bottom lines. By Paul Mercier, Regional Manager for OEM, Utility and Energy Markets, FreeWave Technologies, Inc.

  3. 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. 

  4. How To Install A Submersible Pump In Discharge Tubes

    In the fields of water and waste water technology, submersible pumps represent a viable economic and technical alternative to conventional, dry-installed pumps. In particular, they offer a number of handling advantages during maintenance and installation work, a factor of increasing importance in times of general staff cutbacks by operating companies.

  5. 3M Liqui-Cel Membrane Contactor Degassing System Installed To Increase Well Pumping Efficiency

    3M Liqui-Cel Membrane Contactors have a long history of improving a variety of water treatment systems by adding and/or removing dissolved gasses. 3M Liqui-Cel Contactors were recently selected to be used in a municipal environment to improve water distribution efficiency while reducing capital and operating costs.