VERTICAL LIFT STATION PUMP OVERVIEW
Vertical Lift Stations are typically used for pumping fluid from a lower to a higher elevation, or when moving waste fluids to a neutralization system or collection area, particularly where the elevation of the source is not sufficient for gravity flow. They are characteristically used for moving fluids that contain no appreciable solids.
Simple in design, an incoming waste fluid enters the Lift Station via the inlet port, and the fluid is pumped out through Lift Station outlet port.
The fluid level in the Lift Station is monitored as it enters the tank via adjustable level sensors. Level sensors will actuate the pump(s) to move the fluid until a low tank level is reached, and will then deactivate the pump.
Chemwest Vertical Lift Station Pumps are custom made, considering; flow, fluid handling, and performance requirements. We learn your needs to determine the appropriate materials and components to create your custom unit.
Vertical Lift Station Pumps are custom made to move a variety of fluids including;
- Industrial wastewater
- Other process fluids
Tank construction commonly made from Polypropylene
Pumps are AOD (Air Operated Diaphragm), or Electric
Control-Box for Electrical and Pneumatic controls
Relays for downstream tool readiness indication
Auto mode with level switches for low, high, and high-high, level sensing
Audible indicators for alarm
On/Off Switch, Lock-Out Tag Out
DESIGNED PER CUSTOMER FLOW REQUIREMENTS AND FLUID PROPERTIES – SAMPLE OPTIONS
Single and Multi Station layouts
Various materials of construction options
Integrated controls and display
Secondary containment with or w/o Leak detection
Flow meter, Flow control
CHEMWEST VERTICAL LIFT STATION PUMPS
Hands free auto start controls
Dependable long life operation