EnSo offer a range of pumping stations to cater for raw sewage, settled sewage, final effluent and storm attenuation. Each pump station is correctly sized according to the site requirements, and is designed with 24 hour storage.
Below is information on the different ranges:
Raw Sewage Pumping Stations
To pump raw sewage to a sewage treatment plant or foul drain.
The Ocean Raw Sewage Pump Station Range is available to serve single households up to large commercial developments. Our systems are available as single duty or duty standby and come complete with guiderails, float switches, valves and a control panel with an audible alarm. To satisfy the Building Regulation specifications, each unit has 24 hour storage volume.
The Ocean Range of pumping stations are all manufactured from either polyethylene or glass reinforced plastic and installed with the highest quality pumps and pipework. Each unit is assembled at our manufacturing facility allowing for ease of installation once delivered to site.
Storm Attenuation Pumping Stations
To assist in the management of surface water runoff and prevention of flooding.
Due to variation and intensity of rainfall and the amount of building work that has taken place over the last two decades the management of surface water runoff and the prevention of flooding forms an integral part of any new build development within the UK. Attenuation of storm water by the means of storage and pumping is one method that can be employed on Sustainable Urban Drainage Schemes (SUDS).
With this in mind, EnSo have developed a range of Storm Attenuation Pump Stations designed to store high volumes of water from foul, surface or combined drainage and allow a controlled pump rate into the main sewer or designated discharge point. EnSo offer a full design service, where the attenuation tank is sized based on the ‘worst case’ storm event, as well as the capability of the drainage infrastructure and the receiving sewer. Pumping systems often require pumps to be operated on timers to allow for water to be discharge overnight to prevent surcharges in to the sewer, ultrasonic level control to control the flow rate and telemetry to alert any mechanical failure. All this can be provided within the attenuation tank design.