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Pressures from 2 PSI up to 50 PSI
Wastewater lift stations, or pumping stations, are an integral part in the transportation and eventual treatment of wastewater and other used water. Wastewater is commonly transported through piping systems, using gravity to move the water from one location to another. Using gravity helps keep costs down during transportation. However, gravity cannot be used when the wastewater needs to be transported to a higher elevation. This is where lift stations come in.
There are three main components of a lift station:
Core Sensors offers the CS15 Non-Clogging Submersible Pressure Transducer, designed specifically to meet the demands of the wastewater industry.
For this example, lets assume that the CS15 Non-Clogging Submersible Pressure Transducer installed has a 0-10 PSI calibrated pressure range and a 4-20mA output signal. The installer of this lift station wants the wastewater level to never get higher than 9 PSI (or ~20.75 feet of water) and no lower than 3.5 PSI (or ~8 feet of water). The installer would set up the control system of the lift station with these desired set points. With these parameters set, the CS15 pressure transducer would operate as follows.
The CS15 can be configured to suit your specific installation.
Click here to see the full specifications on the CS15 and to configure your model number. If you have any questions regarding the CS15 Non-Clogging Submersible Pressure Transducer, please call us at 862-245-2673 or email [email protected].
About Core Sensors:
Core Sensors designs, manufactures and distributes high quality sensors for measuring pressure and temperature properties for industrial and hazardous applications worldwide. Core offers solutions for industrial, submersible, differential and hazardous applications in both standard and custom packaging. In-house design and manufacturing capabilities along with strategic manufacturing partners allows Core to create solutions to some of the most complex sensor requirements.