What is a Pump Station?
Metro Rod’s drainage engineers are fully trained to carry out all aspects of pump maintenance repair and servicing.
Pumping stations exist where waste from a building cannot reach the main sewer by gravity alone. These are specifically designed to handle and transport effluent waste. The pump station is generally position lower than the sewer system. In other words, a pump is required to direct the waste up towards the main sewer.
There are multiple pump station services. For example:
- Submersible Pump Supply & Refurbishment
When waste builds up and reaches a predetermined point, the pump will be activated. Subsequently, when activated the pump system will lift the sewerage through a pressurised pipe system. However, if this pump were to fail or break, the whole process could cease. Therefore, potentially causing floods, blockages, as well as an entire system breakdown.
A pump, like all forms of electro-mechanical appliances, requires careful maintenance. As a result, making sure that that the pump is continuously working correctly. Consequently, they must undergo regular servicing and maintenance to ensure that there are no emergency breakdowns. In conclusion, these could prove costly and disruptive to work and the general public.
All jobs are carried out by our team of trained engineers. These have a proven track record of working with all aspects of pump station cleaning, similarly, maintenance and repair.
Are you in need of a reliable and efficient drainage or plumbing solution? Metro Rod Newport, Hereford and Gloucester can help you and your businesses or home with our services!
Call us on; 01495 305578
Metro Rod Newport, Hereford and Gloucester are available 24/7 where we are able to deal with multiple types of drainage problems and issues, for instance:
- Unblocking drains
- Gutter cleaning
- Drain clearing
- CCTV drain survey
- Septic tank pumping
- Vacuum tank maintenance