Replacing LMI Pumps

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Replacing LMI Pumps

Postby lwparchive » Fri Nov 09, 2012 3:20 pm

Hello, we take care of water and sewer operations. we currently use LMI and are looking for a different system that will work better for us. We are around 60 to 70 psi on the water main, we have used as much as 50 gallons of sodium hypochlorite at 15% to 0 gallons when it airlocks the summer time we pump every two days to the winter it pumps once a week we are just looking for a more reliable pumping system. please let me know what we will need to change over to a stenner adjustable system, we will need two of them and any extra parts that normally go bad that we should keep on hand. both of our LMI pumps use their check valves and we have a single quill to inject it to the main 120 volt 3/8" tubing, would like some info on the feed flow indicators also.

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