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pump lift stations


A pump lift station is used to collect chemical wastewater in a tank and then transfer it to a treatment system. Lift stations are installed below the drain level of manufacturing processes and often beneath a laboratory sink. A pump lift station typically consists of a collection tank, level control, and one or two pumps. The size and material of the collection tank and pump are determined by the chemical composition of the waste stream and the volume of incoming flows.

How to Customize a Pump Lift Station

Burt Process Equipment offers a wide range of standard and custom-built industrial lift stations to collect and transfer even the most challenging chemical waste streams. These units provide a pre-packaged tank, pump(s), level control, and discharge piping for automatic pump-down applications. Choose from a variety of centrifugal or air-operated diaphragm pump sizes to accommodate incoming flows and optimize run time. Burt Process lift stations are built to last with corrosion-resistant plastic or stainless steel components. These systems are ideal for collecting and transferring wastewater to a pH neutralization system.

  • One pump
  • Units available where redundancy is not required
  • Completely automatic
  • Handles the most aggressive chemical solutions
  • Two pumps
  • For when redundancy is required
  • For when downtime is not an option
  • NEMA 4x Control Panel
  • Automatic lead/lag alternating pump control
  • Customizable simplex, duplex, or triplex
  • Built to customer specifications
  • Various material options
  • Pump & level instrument style options
  • Wide range of operating temperatures, flow rates & pump pressures
  • New Configurator
  • Combined Pump Curve
  • Compatible w/ all lift stations