Water Treatment Plant Engineering Services
Engineering Design and Project Management
of Water Treatment and Pumping Systems
Pump Performance Test using
We are the service provider for Pump Performance testing using Thermodynamic Method. We are the agent for Robertson Technology Pvt Ltd from Australia. Robertson Technology manufactures pump performance monitors that use the thermodynamic method for measuring pump efficiency and flow. There are two basic models, the MicroPM (fixed installation) and the P22 (portable unit) but many variants are available to suit different applications.
The equipment will measure pump performance parameters such as fluid flow rate and energy efficiency using the “thermodynamic method”. For more details about thermodynamic method, please visit Robertson Technology Pvt Ltd.
The benefit of using thermodynamic method for pump testing and monitoring are as follow:
- Accurate on-site measurements
- Equipment is relatively easy to install and calibrate
- Minimum disruption to operations. Other operating pumps do not need to be stopped during the pump test.
- Conventional flow meters not required
- Snap-shot measurements with portable units
Surge Analysis of Water
and Sewage Pumping System
We are the service provider for Pump Performance testing using Thermodynamic Method. We are the agent for Robertson Technology Pvt Ltd from Australia. Robertson Technology manufactures pump performance monitors that use the Surge Analysis is carried out for pumping system to recommend the most optimum surge suppression system if the operating pumps trip due to power failure or other reasons. We use Hytran software, developed by Dr. Norman Lawgun from New Zealand to carry out the surge analysis.