We were asked to design, specify, install and commission pump sets to remove foul water from two newly installed concrete ring chambers at a private residence in Surrey.
• We carried out a site survey and confirmed electrical, access cover and discharge manhole requirements.
• Prior to our attendance on site, we worked with the client to ensure a program of enabling works had been carried out and conducted a pre‑installation survey to ensure that everything was ready for our engineers first day on site.
• Our engineers carried out 6 days of confined space installation works on the site to complete the install.
• Each foul water pumping station was commissioned and certificates issued to the client ready for hand over.
• Liaising directly with the main contractor through every phase of works enabled us to provide the best possible foundation for a well‑managed installation. This facilitated a simple and cost effective turnkey solution.
• High quality DN80 and DN65 pumps with an 80mm and 65mm solids clearance respectively were specified for the chambers to reduce the risk of blockages.
• Following the installation, we offer a Service Agreement to maintain the pump set and ensure the system operates at its optimum level and fulfils its expected lifespan. Routine maintenance can lower the lifetime cost of the pump set and prevent breakdowns.
The pumps we have supplied are designed to handle the following types of water:
• Clean water and wastewater;
• Sewage containing solids and fibrous material;
• Sewage with sludge and high content of rags;
• Industrial raw water.