Sewer Bypass Systems
At NCS Fluid Handling Systems, we understand that dewatering or sewer bypass projects require exact water management and that’s why proper calculating of the Net Positive Suction Head (NPSH) is essential.
Especially in well-point dewatering applications, engineers need to be aware of the NPSH values as this will determine whether your dewatering system can perform efficiently or not. We utilize our expertise to precisely measure the NPSH required for each project – from real-time calculations to offsite analysis – in order to ensure maximum performance and minimal downtime.
The existing infrastructure (such as sewer lines, pump stations, manufacturing plants) in major cities is getting old. To maintain and upgrade the existing infrastructure construction companies require a sewer bypass, which requires rental pumps and generators. Typically sewer bypass pumping will occur because of new construction, lift station repair, re-line of existing pipelines, lift station malfunctioning, broken gravity line, force main rupture, tie-ins or a combination of these factors. Almost all sewage bypass work can be handled by NCS Fluid Handling Systems. Sewage bypass requirements must be well understood before selection and design of the pumping equipment. This includes flows (min and max), TDH (Total Dynamic Head), suction lift, NPSH (Net Positive Suction Head Required and Available).
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