Denver’s Coors Field replaced old chopper pumps in its underground vault to better manage runoff, potential flooding and the 200,000 gallons used for cleaning.
After the hangar’s chopper pump in the wastewater sump failed, the maintenance team looked for a reliable, long-term solution.
The Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center was spending between $4,500 and $8,500 per incident to remove solids from its sewage ejection pits.
The California site experienced frequent failures of equipment that ran 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Instrumentation led these users to more informed decisions.
The right equipment can help with concerns in oil and gas exploration and mining, as well as at chemical plants and refineries.
A combination of caustic cleaning fluid, high temperature and high head was causing the plant's original cast-iron pumps to fail.
The facility replaced old grinder pumps with stainless steel shredder pumps, which have needed no maintenance in almost two years.
A caustic, high-temperature cleaning solution puts excessive demand on equipment.
Reconstruction and infrastructure upgrades require pumps made from durable materials.
The triplex lift station arrangement provides a solution for grape wastewater processing.