Solid Seperation System Dry Installation Pumping Stations
Solid Seperation System Dry Installation Pumping Stations are used for conveying the domestic and industrial wastewater generated in residential areas or facilities to the Wastewater Treatment Plants where there is no a sewage system.
Dry Installation Pumping Stations with Solids Separation System run in a trouble-free manner, thanks to its patented design that does not require a grid. Odors and visual problems are eliminated. They offer an aesthetic and hygienic solution.
Patented design that requires no grid
Solids cannot pass through lift pumps, thanks to the patented design. In this way, the coarse particles you need to separate before the pump are no longer a problem, which eliminates the requirement of a grid structure
Minimum Odor Formation
Since there is no grid structure and incoming wastewater is not kept in the pumping station, you will not deal with any odor problems
Long Service Life
Scientific service life of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) material is specified as 70 to 100 years. HDPE housing used in our Ready Made Pumping Stations comes with a 10-year warranty
Ease of Operation and Maintenance
Thanks to dry well pumps, the problems that may arise during operation can be solved easily, as well as carrying out the maintenance tasks within a very short period of time and without much effort
Lift pumps are hygienic, as they are not placed in wastewater. Pumps can be easily removed for maintenance
They do not pose risks to Occupational Safety and Health
Especially Hydrogen Sulfide and similar gases which are often found in pumping stations and may cause serious side effects; have been minimized and they are disposed in a way as to not disturb the operation staff through the ventilation within the system
Power Savings up to 30%
Since only pre-filtered wastewater that is free of large solids can pass through the pump, the large particle permeability is designed to be substantially smaller than that of conventional systems. This design renders better pump efficiency. Thus, substantial savings are provided in power and operating costs