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Pressure Sewer Systems

The SPC controller programmed with SCOP reduces pipe sizing, sewage detention times and the requirement for odour control, aswell as reducing the number of and required capacity of conventional pumping stations.

Control Strategy Showing peak flows in the system being removed with SCOP

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Omni Grind Turbine (OGT) Domestic Pump —

SCOP can integrate pressure sewer and gravity networks to give a common platform for pumping systems within your network allowing you to maintain and improve network efficiencies.

Regenerative turbine impeller capable of 80m head and 1.25l/sec, no contacting wearing pump parts (e.g. no rotor and stator), no scheduled maintenance and 20 year life*.

Using SCOP allows us to: – Decrease pipe sizes which in turn ensures that sewer does not turn septic and means sewer is always in the WSAA low risk category for sewage age. It self-scours the entire network so your pressure sewer system is running at optimal performance – Minimise ultimate infrastructure required (e.g. omit possible pump stations required for the project) – Control the flows from each system to ensure we operate during the troughs of receiving pump stations and treatment plants to eliminate peaks in the system.

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Omni Grind Plus (OGP) commercial pump — Only commercial pump available to the pressure sewer market, vortex 2-stage recessed impellers capable of 60m head and 1.75l/sec, only 10% of particles ever come into contact with the impellers meaning no scheduled maintenance and a 20 year life*.

*Tested for the equivalent of 20 years useage for domestic sewer applications.

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