Brief Outline Of The Hydrostatic Testing Device March 6, 2018

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The hydrostatic testing device used during the inspection, maintenance and repair and installation work of complex sewerage networks, on your property and across your city or municipality’s sewerage infrastructure is reliable to use and lasts long, allowing for it to be used extensively and as regularly as is needed.

The hydrostatic test pump is also used for the testing of new water mains alongside of the usual repairing of water and sewer force mains. Those of you introducing the best and latest technologies available can view extensive documents stored online as well as watch demonstration videos. You will be privy to a number of important features.

One important feature is that the testing device is able to manage up to ten percent of chlorine solutions. Hydrostatic test pumps still need to pump chlorinated water within a water mains for the purposes of purifying water flowing through the sewerage networks. Diaphragms and seals allow for the ability to manage chlorine exposures hovering around ten percent.

The pump uses a unique manifold system designed and manufactured by experienced sewerage experts and technicians. The system reduces the amount of fittings required in the plumbing of the pumps. This results in fewer leaking points and resultantly, fewer breakdowns or downtime. Whenever repair, maintenance and installation work is required, the system used allows for the test pump to do its work as efficiently as possible.

A bypass relieving valve takes pressure off of the pump during its engine powered start up. This particular valve also alleviates ‘valve seat sticking’ and causing any damage to the pump. A damper diaphragm eliminates bursting damage when pressure is necessarily introduced to the inner side of the pump.

The use of the advanced technology now available allows for pumps to run dry without any damage occurring.