Major pump tests across many stations

Pump testing 52 pumps within eight stations operated by large South Korean water supplier. This case study focuses on our work and findings at two pumping stations

For this South Korean company we completed a series of tests using our FREEFLOW portable on 52 pumps, which are stationed in eight pumping stations. The client’s pumps were varied and this case study focuses on our work and findings at two pumping stations (renamed for this case study). Station S and Station I are a mix of small-duty and medium-duty fixed speed pumps, as well as large-duty, high-energy fixed speed and variable speed pumps.

 

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One of the 52 pumps tested for our major South Korean client

Our results in brief:

  • Savings of 190million (£111k pa) for three refurbished pumps at Station S

  • Maximum expected capital expenditure at Station S of 597million (£346k), assuming a 3-year payback period

  • Potential saving of 147million (£85k pa) by rescheduling pumping at Station I

  • Further work underway to review pumping assets and schedules and refurbishment strategy





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