Find out how simple it is to perform routine maintenance on self priming pumps at sewage pump stations in our new guide – Lowering Costs and Improving Safety at Sewage Pump Stations

Lower-cost-pump

The traditional pump station has costly and complicated maintenance on their submersible pump:

• difficult to trouble shoot

• routine maintenance unlikely

• repairs require multiple operators

• require certifications

• high risk WHS activities

• Working at heights  / Safety procedures to prevent falls

• Cranes / Lifting apparatus • Pressure Cleaner

• Toxic Risks / Gas detection equipment

• Potential draining of wet well and bypassing of pump station

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The above ground self priming pump configuration is vastly improved:

• safer and easier to service and maintain than a submersible pump under metres of sewage.

• no need to EVER enter the wet well.

• suction lines can be removed (if ever necessary) from the surface without “lifting the lids”

• no guide-rails or “duck foot” bends to ever maintain or replace.

• If internal clearances need to be adjusted on a Gorman-Rupp Super T or Ultra V Series pump, this can be done by one person, using two small spanners in under 5 minutes.

• pump maintenance does not require dismantling, piping does not need to be disconnected, nor does the drive.

• Not a drop of sewage in sight.

A much cleaner and safer situation for operators!

See how you can easily retrofit a self priming pump at your station to lower costs and improve safety!

If you need to find out how to:
• Lower costs over the life of the installation
• Improve the safety and comfort of operators
• Reduce the time operators spend at pump stations
• Reduce chokes/blockages
• Remove the issue of confined spaces
• Reduce time spent on WHS and certifications

Then this eBook is for you! Garry Grant has poured decades of experience into this guide specially tailored for Sewage Pump Stations.

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