Prefab plastic pump pits
As a specialist in drainage technology, DWTN supplies a sophisticated range of pumping stations in different materials and capacities. These pumping stations can be used for various applications in the field of;
- Terrain drainage, such as ramps, loading pits and at low-lying drainage systems.
- Building drainage, such as parking garages, basements, also for water containing faeces
- In combination with sludge traps, oil or grease separators
- Slightly polluted industrial wastewater
In areas with high water levels, where the topography is flat or where pumping is required, DWTN can supply pumping stations with pumps, level sensors and special controls that allow you to use smaller pipe diameters and increase liquid velocity in closed discharge pipe systems, all of which are accurate and efficient managed.
The SEG AutoAdapt grinder pump is an example of an innovative Grundfos solution for pumping systems on discharge lines. In addition to efficiently cutting all the material in the wastewater, the SEG AutoAdapt simplifies sump management and reduces costs, eliminating 75% of all service calls and reducing installation and commissioning costs by up to 50%.
Our plastic sump is a complete pumping system for discharge pipes, designed for easy transport and with self-cleaning, smooth surfaces. Essential for these prefab pumping stations is the low maintenance and easy to perform service work. The Grundfos cutters used in our sump are ideal for pressure sewers where there is a demand for efficient cutting and the Grundfos cutters used are designed for long-term submerged use and concentrated sewage flows.
Special control for pumping stations has built-in anti-clogging functionality. The “flush and reverse” function prevents clogging caused by the higher proportion of fibers in today's sewage water. The anti-clog function reacts to any abnormal events to prevent pumps from stalling and thus avoid costly downtime.
We can provide the specialist expertise to help you meet your performance goals, from initial needs identification, through pump station selection, installation, operation and maintenance. Commissioning agreements ensure proper installation and service contracts cover all eventualities, from routine maintenance to spare parts and pump audits, for optimum operation.