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Maintenance And Repair

Pump Sequencing: The Data-Driven Approach to Pump Operations

Pump sequencing basically defines how many pumps should operate to achieve maximum energy efficiency, while still maintaining the desired system performance

             One of the most effective is to implement pump  sequencing, which automates and prioritizes pumping operations based on energy efficiency. Pump sequenci- ng projects can save up to 22% of the system’s baseline  energy consumption and typically pays back within 3 years. Implementing pump sequencing requires the flow and power of each pump to be measured and relayed to a control system.With more than 15 years of experience  we provided technical expertise in the evaluation and implementation of various pump sequencing projects.


How Pumping Systems can Benefit from Pump Sequencing

Pump sequencing allows for pumping operations to be more energy efficient, reliable and less labor intensive. 

Through pump sequencing, energy savings are achieved as least energy intensive pumps are prioritized to meet flow demands. In addition, automated pump sequencing require less manual intervention from operators whenever there is a change in flow demands

How Pump Sequencing Can Be Implemented for Energy Efficiency
Pump sequencing benefits organizations as it allows them to autonomously develop a prioritization strategy to determine the operation of pumps based on relevant metrics. For energy efficiency, the metric often used is kilowatt-hour (kWh) per acre-feet (AF), or kWh/AF. Essentially, kWh/AF is an efficiency metric that encapsulates the energy requirement of a given pump to deliver. In other words, the higher the energy intensity for a given pump, the more energy it will consume to deliver per unit of fuel. 

A Step-by-Step Approach to Pump Servicing by Our Technician

  • A visual inspection test is performed on the pump to determine the conditions of the pump and all it's components.Visual Inspection, used in maintenance of facilities, mean inspection of equipment and structures using either or all of raw human senses such as vision, hearing, touch and smell and/or any non-specialized inspection equipment

  • Pumps are inspected to ensure that the product contains no small air leaks, oil leaks, or grease leaks.

  • Any issues with the lubrication will also be solved through timely and conveniently available        Lubrication Checking. Viscosity is the most important criteria in the selection of the proper pump lubricant, So there is right choice of proper viscosity selection.

  • Routine Checkups to inspect wear and tear to the instruments will also be carried out through the facility of Packing Checking for Wear and Repack.

  • ​Mounting condition of the pump can also be checked as per the need of the customer.

  • Alignment of the Pump is a very vital issue which requires expert service like we offer.

  • Bearing Check in case of abrupt stops or noises.

  • Any problems of heating or cooling can be addressed by Temperature checking by our technicians.

  • Generally, in electric power systems, the loads are distributed as evenly as is practical between the phases. In case of an irregularity we can balance the  three phase power.

  • Sound and Vibration check in the motor to ensure no part is malfunctioning is necessary. Vibration instrumentation allows for real time identification of system issues to efficient troubleshooting and optimization of pump performance

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