The pump station will recirculate water within a golf course in Sydney and divert excess water to a holding dam in the event of storms.
Submersible pumps are highly versatile and come in different sizes. They are employed in many applications and one such is water diversion projects, where it works flawlessly.
Modern day golf courses are constructed with excessive landscaping in which water is continuously recirculated as small creeks within. However, in the event of a storm, these creeks have the potential to flood areas within the golf course which otherwise need to be maintained dry and hence can damage the landscaping.
Sydney golf course
All Pumps was awarded with a design, supply and construct contract for a pump station that could recirculate water within a golf course in Sydney and divert excess water to a holding dam in the event of storms.
Two of the smaller SEG pumps were installed in a duty-standby configuration to recirculate the water within the golf course, while the other two larger SEG pumps were installed in a duty-duty assist configuration to dewater excess water from the golf course in the event of a storm to avoid flooding.
In addition to installation of the concrete pump station, the project also involved pump associated electrical works, excavation and installation of pipework between the stormwater pumps and a holding dam.
Besides functionality, the concrete pump station also fits in nicely with surrounding environment.
Features & Benefits of Grundfos SEG Pumps
- Cable plug connection
- Efficient grinder system
- Unique clamp connection
- Specially designed lifting handle
- Unique cartridge shaft seal
- Modular design
- Heavy-duty ball bearings