Hydraulic Survey & Energy Monitoring
Did you know that the Water Industry estimates that pumps account for over 50% of the total energy consumed? Your sewage station, booster pump, or waste water pump system could be using more energy than necessary. Why does that matter? Well, inefficient sewage pumping systems can cause blockages, problems, unequal flow and a loss of money.
So, what causes Pumping Station inefficiencies? Pump inefficiency and energy loss is usually due to:
- Insufficient Pump Control
- Incorrect Pump Specification
- Inaccuracies in System Design
Our highly experienced engineers are able to identify the point where energy is being lost and can advise on what improvements can be made in order to improve your pumping stations inefficiency. Pumping inefficiency often only requires minor alterations in order to provide massive improvements to overall efficiency.
Our Pumping Station optimisation experts use Data Monitoring Equipment and our own Samatrix Black Box Converter in order to monitor and verify any problems or issues within your pumping station and treatment works.
By monitoring variables at key locations within a treatment process Samatrix can:
• Recognise problems within process control systems
• Substantiate the accuracy of site flow meters
• Balance treatment processes
• Diagnose and locate problems in pumped and gravity fed systems
• Determine head losses within gravity fed systems
• Monitor the effects of individual pumping stations to the performance of a treatment works
• Pinpoint blockages in rising mains.
The upshot of doing this will mean that the efficiency of your Pumping Station and Treatment works will improve, saving you money and energy.
Samatrix are specialists in flow measurement, hydraulic surveys and pumping station optimisation. So if you are based in South Wales or South West England, why not contact Samatrix for more information on how we help your make your pumping systems more efficient and save you money.
Call now on 0845 5210 214 for advice on lowering your energy loss.