Pump Control News

Pump equipment repair and Hurricane Florence

If your water pumping capabilities are affected by Hurricane Florence, please call us. In fact, call us ahead of the storm and be first in line when you need help. We have experience with Harvey and the damage it caused to the Texas Gulf Coast a year ago, plus almost four decades of experience helping…
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Lift Stations and Sewage Pumping

Flush your toilet. Where does it go? Unless you're on a septic system, to a lift station probably. The content of your toilet exits your house into the sewage main and is then piped to an in-ground storage pit usually made of concrete. These┬ástorage pits (also known as lift stations) usually are placed at the…
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Accuracy vs. Reliability in Water Pumping

Water pumps are told to start and stop by both mechanical and electronic switches. Which one you decide to incorporate into your pumping system depends on what you value most: accuracy or reliability. Water pumping systems either pump potable water for consumption or sewage (spoiled) water for removal. Measuring these pump systems can be done…
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Water Plus Electric Shocks Humans

[caption id="attachment_2667" align="alignleft" width="199"] Pump controllers usually mean electricity around water or other liquid. Be mindful of electric shock from moist surfaces or exposed wires. It can happen fast.[/caption] Less than 40 milliamps (.04) amps at less than 100 volts can put a human heart into cardiac arrest by electric shock. It is the current…
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