Problem: Frequent ejector pump clogs and malfunctions causing high maintenance costs
Solution: 3-HYDRO Open Channel Sewage Grinder
Approaching something the same way repeatedly rarely yields different results. Oftentimes, it’s the consideration of a different perspective that enables ideal solutions. Such is the case at Villa Mountain Vista North Las Vegas – a 400-unit apartment complex with an on-site lift station equipped with stainless steel-bladed ejector pumps to transport sewage waste. While the pumping of sewage out to the municipal collections system should be fairly standard, the frequent ejector pump clogs were cause for concern. Typically, the solution involved replacing broken down pumps – at a cost of $3,000 to $3,500 each time – or installing larger pumps. These solutions didn’t solve the problem. Plumbing Enterprises representative Colin Pirrie understands why…
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Running a nursing home can be a challenging assignment. From the health and safety of every resident and staff member to the daily task of maintaining a sprawling facility – it’s a demanding job. With all the tasks managers face, the proper disposal of wastewater is probably not top of mind. However, more and more nursing homes and hospitals are facing challenges with items improperly flushed down the toilet such as cleaning wipes, diapers, clothing and other debris.
“I never knew something like these sewer grinders existed,” said Gwinn. “I went online to the Monster Industrial website and took a look at the grinder video and wow. That sold me right away,” said Jason Gwinn of Gwinn Brothers Construction
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