Municipal pumps are for drinking water, irrigation, sewage treatment, and stormwater management.
Municipal wastewater pumps, also known as sewage pumps, transport not just raw sewage but also sludge, stormwater, and treated wastewater from water treatment plants. They frequently transfer extremely contaminated fluids containing abrasive and caustic particulates.
Pumps designed and engineered to service Municipal markets occupy and operate on a much larger scale than those in the commercial or industrial sectors. These are larger, more expensive, and have considerably higher standards for implementation. Because they are in service to the public, their failure can result in extensive damage to infrastructure that affects thousands or even millions of people.
Installations are often coupled with larger commercially driven projects such as with new real estate projects that require water supply access and/or for the evacuation of wastewater or stormwater to a treatment plant. These installations require time as well as extensive design, engineering, and project planning.
In Municipal operations, pumps cannot go offline without causing considerable inconvenience or potential harm even to the general public. For this reason maintenance, repair, or replacement efforts must be planned so as to minimize any impact or affect during downtime.
Our team of highly trained and educated technicians have experience working under the most difficult of circumstances and in working on Municipal projects. IPS is able to perform maintenance, repair and replacement services on a variety of pumps and municipal fluid displacement systems.
We can also assist your city in keeping up with the necessary maintenance to keep its pumping systems functioning smoothly. We will assess and build a Planned Maintenance Program based on the requirements of your pumping system.
Give IPS a call today. We look forward to helping you maintain and deliver the services on which your townspeople rely.