Wastewater Pumping Systems and Lift StationsSee upcoming dates
Reliable and well-designed wastewater pumping facilities are essential for cities and sewerage systems across the United States. This course will provide you with valuable techniques and knowledge that you can apply immediately in your own systems and projects. This course will help you:
- Manage, design, and operate reliable and cost effective pumping facilities and forcemains
- Evaluate pros and cons of different station designs
- Prevent hydraulic problems in pumps, wet wells, and forcemains
- Improve station reliability
- Understand electric motors and VFDs
- Reduce problems in operation and maintenance
- Select optimum pumping equipment, valves, and piping systems
- Reduce your pumping energy costs
- Upgrade and rehab your pumping stations for the future
Who Should Attend?
- Wastewater engineers, operators, and managers
- Consulting engineers
- Federal agencies and military bases
- Regulatory staff
Pumping Station Types, Features, and Design Considerations
- Types of stations
- Types of pumping equipment
- Valves, fittings, forcemain piping
- Screening systems and grinders
- Ventilation and odor control
- Emergency power, generators
- Station layout and geometry
- Drywell and submersible pumping equipment
- Shafts, bearings, mechanical seals
- Impellers, casings, wearing rings
- Pump characteristics and performance curves
- NPSH, cavitation, and other pump problems
- Electric motors
- Variable frequency drives (VFDs)
- Control systems
Applied Hydraulics and Selection of Pumping Units
- Peak flow selection
- Computing system head curves
- Force main sizing
- Pump selection
- Energy usage, power demand
- Pumping in parallel or series
- Affinity laws
- Variable speed vs. constant speed pumping
- Wet well and storage considerations
- Analyze flow data
- Select design parameters
- Develop system curves
- Select pumping equipment
- Critique alternative layouts
- Operation and maintenance challenges
- Air valves in forcemains
- Waterhammer protection: When and where do you need it?
- Station rehabilitation projects
- Special problems in wastewater pumping
- Other topics as requested
- Attendees will participate in problem-solving exercises that will help them to understand key aspects of wastewater pumping systems and lift stations.
"A terrific course. Best I've ever had."
"A fantastic course! A must-attend for all that are planning, designing, or operating a sewage pumping station."
"I will be applying what I learned almost immediately when I get back to the office."
"Well done workshop. Put together superbly."
"I've never seen a better technical speaker. It's one thing to present material to college kids, and quite another to present design concepts to PE's with 25 years of experience and O&M personnel with the same. Ned did a masterful job."
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Wastewater Pumping Systems and Lift StationsCourse #: RA00240
Wastewater Pumping Systems and Lift StationsDate: Tue. February 09, 2021 – Thu. February 25, 2021
Fee covers instruction and course materials.
- CEU: 1.4
- PDH: 14
Wastewater Pumping Systems and Lift StationsDate: Wed. March 04, 2020 – Fri. March 06, 2020
Fee covers morning and afternoon breaks, scheduled lunches, and course materials
- CEU: 1.8
- PDH: 18
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