wet well mounted pump station News

  • New Wastewater Pump Station Website Hub Now Live

    Smith & Loveless Inc. introduces the industry’s most comprehensive Pump Station Resource (www.SmithandLoveless.com/Pumping) created for system designers and engineers, as well as owners and operators of wastewater collection systems. The web hub is loaded with tools and features such as videos, system design tools, case studies and white papers to ...


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  • Smith & Loveless Launches Next Generation of Long-Lasting Above-Grade Pump Stations with First EVERLAST Shipments

    Smith & Loveless announces the next milestone in the company’s storied history of pumping system innovation: the shipment of its first EVERLAST Wet Well Mounted Pump Station. Speaking on the day of the shipment, Smith & Loveless President Frank Rebori addressed the achievement: “Today is a landmark day at Smith & Loveless…This is a great day for the company, a great ...


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  • Quantum - the last word in pump control

    Pulsar’s Quantum non-contacting ultrasonic pump controller is the most sophisticated self-contained control system yet developed for use in sites under risk of flooding and makes available to the operating company a level of functionality previously only available using a specially programmed PLC. Key to the success of the unit is its ability to accurately calculate the ‘time to spill’, avoid ...

  • New PROTRONIX® II Control System Delivers Increased Reliability & User Ease

    LENEXA, Kan. – Smith & Loveless today augmented its preeminent pumping control options by announcing PROTRONIX® II Control System for its cutting edge Formula X® Wet Well Mounted Pump Station (WWMPS) and semi-recessed R2 WWMPS systems. Specified by thousands of municipalities, developments and industrial-commercial facilities, Smith & Loveless Wet Well Mounted Pump Stations are the ...


    By Smith & Loveless Inc.

  • State of the Ultrasonic Art

    Non-contacting ultrasonic equipment has, for many years, been the default method to measure level and flow within the water and waste water industries. The combination of reliability and low maintenance, coupled with the sophistication of the most recent systems have meant that thousands upon thousands of applications worldwide call upon this most well proven of technologies. Ultrasonic ...

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