Inspire : Public Works Nov Dec 2012
31 www.hydroinnovations.com.au One of the important roles of engineers of sewage pumping stations is to prevent them from overflowing. A generator will assist if the problem involves the availability of power, but a permanently installed engine driven pump will operate during a "power outage", and "protect" the pump station should any other failure occur. A pump is also generally more cost effective than a generator as it requires a smaller engine. Nor does it need automatic switching gear, or "load banks" to prevent diesel cylinders glazing during "non-pump" running time. For more information on the best solution for preventing sewage overflows, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on (02) 9647 2700. Prevent Overflows at Sewage Pump Stations FREE white paper, phone (02) 9647 2700 or visit www.wastewaterpump.com.au Permanent pump vs standby generator.
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