Booster Station in South Orange, NJ

NJ American Water has become the primary potable water supplier to the City of South Orange.  They had some emergency interconnections in place, but a booster station was required to reliably provide up to 3.5 million gallons per day.

Patterson split case horizontal pumps were selected for the new water booster station.  The station is designed so that the average demand can be met with one pump allowing for redundancy and extra capacity for peak flows.

600,000 gpm Pumps in New Orleans

We were not a part of this project, but we just wanted to show you a unique project that Patterson Pump did for the ongoing Army Corp of Engineers projects in New Orleans. We don’t know the details other than Jamie, Craig and I were at Patterson’s plant in Georgia...
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Sulzer ABS XFP pump with Contrablock impeller solves reliability and clogging problem

Customer at Burlington City Sewer Department , NJ was experiencing reliability issues at one of their main influent pump station utilizing a channel impeller pump. Customer was seeking relief from clogging and unreliable pumps. An ABS XFP pump with a Contrablock...
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Energy Savings at the Township of Neptune Sewage Authority

Facility Description The Township of Neptune Sewerage Authority (TNSA) owns and operates a wastewater treatment plant located in the Township of Neptune and provides wastewater treatment for Neptune Township, Wall Township, Avon by the Sea, Bradley Beach, Neptune...
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